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Articles from R & D (June 1, 2009)

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A formula for the new microscopists: what began as a series of hands-on seminars have now evolved into perhaps one of the first applied microscopy baccalaureate programs of its kind in the U.S. 3145
Autosampling system maximizes throughput. Brief article 233
Best of the web. Brief article 279
Delicate balance: Columbia Univ.'s Gary C. Comer Geochemistry Building achieves harmony with its dramatic surroundings while giving its researchers both form and function. Livingstone, Paul Cover story 1400
Effective sample preparation without the use of acetonitrile. Brief article 178
First high speed motion analysis microscope. Brief article 277
LEXT OLS4000 optical metrology instrument. 367
Making lemonade from old labs: the advanced polymer research lab for one of India's biggest companies didn't measure up. But starting over was not option, so designers got creative. Livingstone, Paul Cover story 812
Making sense of 2009's R&D changes. Duga, Jules; Grueber, Martin; Studt, Tim 4034
Patently contentious. Peters, Rita C. Editorial 492
Promoting enrollment through renovation: to help realize its goal of increasing enrollment in its chemistry program, Carleton Univ. combined its old chemistry laboratories into one Steacie SuperLab. Hock, Lindsay Cover story 659
R&D 2009 Lab of the Year. Brief article 134
Semiconductor Test's Active Evolution: once the standard, passive thermal management solutions for semiconductor testing will soon have to make way for thermoelectric advances. Magill, Paul A. 1008
Strata Melamine SPE cartridges cut sample preparation time in half. Brief article 174
Traceable Expanded Range Conductivity Meter. Brief article 237
Ultra-stable 2.2 a temperature control across ambient. Brief article 221
Ultrafast laser for improved and simplified MPE imaging. Brief article 138
Understanding sustainability: built around the idea of scientific collaboration and environmental, social, and economic sustainability, the Harvard Univ. Northwest Science Building will enhance cross-disciplinary research and energy savings. Hock, Lindsay Cover story 905
Vapor pressure analyzer exceeds test standards. Brief article 163

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