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Articles from R & D (August 1, 2014)

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A new spectrum. Livingstone, Paul Report 1739
Cool solutions: under close scrutiny for dependability and energy efficiency, laboratory freezers are a staple in many laboratory environments and offer new improvements. Hock, Lindsay 1711
Driving back defects: as semiconductor features grow smaller, inspection equipment developers race to find wafer errors before they hinder production. Livingstone, Paul 1345
Enhanced sample prep: while sample prep is required in most laboratory settings, improvements can still be made. Hock, Lindsay Report 809
Few resources for the have-nots. Studt, Tim Editorial 634
Making the connection: the presence of fluke's connect technology in the industrial test and measurement marketplace may replace the fastest recording tools of them all: pencil and paper. Livingstone, Paul 1641
R&D life sciences overview: exploring the benefits and improvements needed in life science research equipment. Hock, Lindsay Report 1889
Scanning products into 3-D: 3-D scanning technology reduces costs and speeds up product development with new technology advancements. Hock, Lindsay Report 1517
The preferred method for electronic test: with oscilloscope technology developing at a fast pace, vendors try to keep up with the common trends. Hock, Lindsay Report 1836
Top news stories trending online. 112

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