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Articles from R & D (October 1, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
2013 awards continue innovation trends. 650
2014 R&D industry guide. Hock, Lindsay 207
A "Smart" solution to thermal gain. Brief article 227
A better grip on earth, in space. Brief article 166
A cool geothermal solution. Brief article 191
A greener concrete. Brief article 172
A new sense of occupancy. Brief article 170
A new take on butanol. Brief article 193
A triple-S approach to analyzing samples. Brief article 160
Actuation for MEMS, improved. Brief article 140
All-fiber femtosecond laser. Brief article 147
Allowing research anywhere. Brief article 194
Alloy protection in a bottle. Brief article 121
Analysis instrument. 183
Arsenic in my food? Brief article 180
Atomic-scale electrochemistry. Brief article 159
Augmented diamond coatings for tools. Brief article 132
Bacteria express themselves. 181
Battery chemistry improves power density. Brief article 162
Battery temperature control. Brief article 169
Beefed-up Wi-Fi service. Brief article 156
Better brakes for law enforcement. Brief article 169
Better cancer cell detection. 178
Bio-inspired contact lens. Brief article 147
Biomass-powered fuel cell for developing countries. Brief article 255
Bioresorbable arterial scaffold. Brief article 179
Breaking the mass spec Logjam. Brief article 198
Brilliant White with UV curing. Brief article 146
Bringing power to fiber lasers. Brief article 134
Chemicals and biochemicals. 297
Chromatography systems. 118
Cladding lends strength to copper. Brief article 137
Cleaner drinking water. Brief article 193
Clearing big data hurdles. Brief article 188
Coatings quash harmful charges. Brief article 126
Colorful, effective sensor. Brief article 170
Compact, lightweight X-ray scans. Brief article 152
Detecting explosives remotely. Brief article 179
Diamond sets sights on silicon. Brief article 142
Digging through the mess. Brief article 216
DNA provides clean air. Brief article 161
Dry machining protection. Brief article 163
Dual-tasking in the depths. Brief article 180
Efficient PV, low cost. Brief article 169
Electronic components. 645
Electronic test moves labs forward. Hock, Lindsay 1354
Fast imaging, safe samples. Brief article 162
Faster pulse shape screening. Brief article 144
Full thermal camouflage. Brief article 136
Gold for aircraft engines. Brief article 132
Google maps for solar glare. Brief article 171
Greater protection for gas pipelines. Brief article 143
Handheld law enforcement. Brief article 162
Heat sink efficiency for EVs, hybrids. Brief article 172
Here we go again. Studt, Tim 672
High-speed printing without water. Brief article 143
High-throughput sputtering. Brief article 169
Higher power tester. Brief article 177
Hollywood for electron microscopy. Brief article 204
Hot box: simulation techniques help cool the calibration head for the world's fastest real-time oscilloscope. Richter, Matt 863
Hybrid approach to metrology. Brief article 145
Improved high-power X-rays. Brief article 187
Ingot defects be gone. Brief article 192
Innovation in biomolecular quantitation. Brief article 164
Integrated ion chromatography. Brief article 159
Inverted modularity. Brief article 140
Judges: R&D 100. 329
Laboratory building/design. 253
Laboratory equipment. 4938
Lithium crystal corrals neutrons. Brief article 164
Manufacturing systems. 539
Materials, gases and standards. 1004
Maximum flux for fast neutrons. Brief article 142
Mechanical devices. 457
Mechanical efficiency, built in. Brief article 139
Meters and monitors. 917
Micrometer-scale 3-D, simplified. Brief article 162
Microscopes, imaging and lasers. 1144
Miniapps pick up the pace. Brief article 166
Modeling processes depends on your application. Studt, Tim 836
More reliable nanoflow operation. Brief article 156
MRI for fracking. 187
Mueller measurement. Brief article 124
Nanoindentation gets hotter. Brief article 154
Nanoscale conductance sleuth. Brief article 150
New configuration for ICP-MS. Brief article 117
Nuclear energy in space. Brief article 161
Observations in R&D lab equipment. Hock, Lindsay 1010
Odor-fighting silver. Brief article 146
Optical spectroscopy, integrated. Brief article 153
Oscilloscope overcomes frequency challenges. Brief article 145
Outdoorsy comfort solution. Brief article 160
Overcoming the airgap. Brief article 148
Paint hiding with less. Brief article 126
Phase-locking for diode arrays. Brief article 144
Plastic from atmospheric carbon. Brief article 153
Power of the chip. Brief article 195
Powerful spectrometer, compact size. Brief article 154
Probe enhances nanoscale studies. Brief article 159
Raising the bar for prosthetics. Brief article 186
Rapid scanning for radiological threats. Brief article 212
Real-time UAV structural monitoring. Brief article 150
Reducing the hardness of nanoindentation. 162
Removing the phosopholipid logjam. Brief article 180
Revving up engine development. Brief article 209
Separate from the rest. Brief article 179
Services. 555
Silicon binder boosts batteries. Brief article 120
Sound shapes light for speed. Brief article 166
Space radio, redefined. Brief article 162
Spectrograph upgrade. Brief article 192
Spectrometry and spectroscopy. 853
Strong reversible adhesive. Brief article 167
Substrates find new flexibility. Brief article 126
Supercritical technologies converge. Brief article 185
Taking advantage of big data. Brief article 146
Testing systems. 989
The heat is on. Livingstone, Paul 1633
Trends in optical spectroscopy: as applications for optical spectroscopy expand, instruments keep pace. Pawluczyk, Olga 1175
Trimming port operations. Brief article 166
User-inspired ICP-MS. Brief article 159
Vacuum systems. 731
Virtual input for the masses. Brief article 174
Virus power. Brief article 182
Warm water from wasted heat. Brief article 165

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