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Articles from R & D (October 1, 2003)

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Advancing electronic packaging, one solder joint at a time. 198
Chemists get a hand in structure analysis. 195
December brings MRS to Boston. 212
Disruption is inevitable. Studt, Tim 455
Dolly's makers go under. 119
ELN addresses R&D needs. 211
Expanding mini mills. 102
GE Medical Systems set to acquire Instrumentarium. 196
Harnessing THz for medical applications: within the EM spectrum lies an underdeveloped frequency range with great potential for medical and military applications. Mallozzi, Jeannette 571
Ian Foster named 2003 Innovator of the Year: from his roots in New Zealand to his joint positions at the Univ. of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory, Foster has set the standards for how distributed computing systems should work. Studt, Tim 1000
Innovative Micro Technology, Inc.: IMT provides a diversified range of MEMS services. 522
JMP[TM]: JMP[R] version 5.1 coming soon. 535
Keithley Instruments, Inc.: keeping pace with OLED technology: testing OLEDs requires advanced measurement capabilities. 299
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory: the photos, opposite, depict recent technological advances developed at LLNL. These technologies are just a few that LLNL is seeking to license for commercialization and/or pursue collaborative research and development partnerships to further develop. 612
Matching cryopumping techniques to applications: cryopumps and cryopumping have become fairly ubiquitous in vacuum technology. There are many variations within the category, and it is necessary to understand the variations in order to achieve the best practical results. Danielson, Phil 1366
MESA projects begins. 142
METTLER TOLEDO: METTLER TOLEDO sets a new standard in weighing with the ground-breaking XS analytical balance. 483
Millipore Corporation: Elix[R] Technology: the key to consistent analytical-grade laboratory water. 595
Minitab--quality solutions for quality professionals. 538
MOCON[R]: new innovations in transmission rate systems. 273
Nanocrystals enable diverse applications: the unique ability of nanocrystals to have their properties fine-tuned by altering their size and composition allows for multiple applications, prompting a growth in demand. Sidawi, Danielle 1318
National Instruments: NI LabVIEW 7 express brings graphical development to every engineer. 713
New offering in telemicroscopy. 120
New specs for USBs. 182
Next-generation supercomputing gets a boost. 149
NuGenesis Technologies Corporation: the NuGenesis[R] Scientific Data Management System (SDMS). 569
Philips talks semiconductors. 115
Pliable intermetallic metals unveiled. 195
Research insights captured online. 161
SGE International: technology-based solutions for a global analytical science industry. 479
Soft Imaging System Corp.: cell imaging. 244
Surveying superalloys. 124
Terra Universal, Inc.: NitroPlex[TM] zero-tolerance moisture control system. 492
Transmitting remote patient data. 157
Tuthill Vacuum & Blower Systems: rotary vane vacuum pumps. 256
Using GPS for soil sampling: growers of agricultural products, constantly under pressure to generate more crops at lower production costs, are using GPS and precision agricultural technology to work towards this goal. Joyce, Lorraine 665
VAT, Inc.: VAT's latest innovation in design brings a new range of high vacuum angle valves for vacuum applications. 209

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