Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions Inc., a leading manufacturer of precision linear motion products, offers an integrated end-of-stroke proximity sensor available on the one inch 25000 Series captive linear actuators.
Ocean Optics has introduced a family of low-cost, high-performance CMOS detector-based spectrometers that are ideal for embedding into OEM devices.
Following customer demand, OKW have extended their award winning Minitec range of pocket-size enclosures. These highly attractive multi-colored housings have been designed for personal electronic device...
10mg strength tablets found in bottle labeled as 3 mg.
Aimtec expands its uncommonly affordable line of AC/DC power supplies with the release of its 10 and 20 watt series of low profile, encapsulated converters.
Alere Inc., the Waltham-based maker of consumer-focused health technologies formerly known as Inverness Medical Innovations Inc., reported it took a $1 billion hit in the fourth quarter of 2010 related to its Health Management business segment.
The TEN 20WIR series is a family of high performance 20 Watt DC/DC converter modules featuring ultra wide 4:1 input voltage ranges in a 2 x 1 in. package with industry standard footprint.
Athenahealth Inc. has named Stephen Kahane to the newly created position of president of athenahealth's Enterprise Services Group, where he will be responsible for growing the company's electronic health records business.
A few weeks ago Mark Durcan, COO of Micron, at the IEEE ISS meeting in Half Moon Bay commented that Micron is ''sampling products based on TSVs? and that ?Mass production for TSV-based 3-D chips are slated for the next year or 18 month.
The UK's new technology and innovation centers will be called "Turing Centres", after the World War II code-breaker
ISiCPEAW 2011 in Stockholm is a two days event presenting advances in silicon carbide technology with the focus on power electronics applications. We expect 200 attendees from the industry and application oriented researchers from all over the world to join the meeting. This is an...
World?s first low-g sensors with PSI5 interface.
Chip-to-Wafer direct-metallic-bonding technology developed at Leti used in customized 300mm device bonderFebruary 25, 2011 10:35 am | by Medical Design Technology | News | Comments
CEA-Leti Partnering with SET, STMicroelectronics, ALES and CNRS-CEMES On Advanced Chip-to-Wafer Technologies for 3D Integration.
First to Offer 25 PPM Total Frequency Stability for the Same Price as 50-100 PPM.
Pittman Size 8 high-performance slotless brushless DC motors have been introduced in autoclavable versions to power medical instruments, dental drills, and other small medical devices.
Monocrystal, announced the shipment of its premium 8-inch C-plane epi-ready sapphire substrates to what the company says is one of the world?s leading LED manufacturers.
Mill-Max now offers a series of rugged spring pins capable of carrying nine amps continuous current at a low 10°C temperature rise. The Mill-Max 0850, 0851, 0852, and 0853 spring pins are the perfect solution for rugged applications...
Toshiba Imaging Systems Division, the global leader in high definition (HD) camera technology for broadcast, scientific, industrial, and defense applications, introduces the newest camera in their HD family, the IK-HR2D.
Kionix, Inc., one of the world?s top three suppliers of MEMS accelerometers, announced today that Michael J. Maia has been named Vice President Americas Sales and Marketing.
The Institute of Microelectronics (IME), a research institute of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), today announced that it has developed and successfully demonstrated an Ultra-Wideband (UWB) radio for use in Pirelli?s Cyber? Tyre.
The Chameleon Vision-S from Coherent, Inc. sets a new standard for multiphoton imaging by combining short (80 fs) pulsewidths with the industry’s highest average power and longest wavelength tuning range.
Market demand for smaller, lighter, and faster electronics has forced many engineers to search for innovative methods to control unwanted RF interference and reduce weight at the same time.
Lauren Kottis, a senior mechanical engineering major, was one of five members of the Duke-Durham community selected as a 2011 “Sammie” award winner for her efforts leading Habitat for Humanity in Durham.
DURHAM, N.C. – From a single cell to a whole organism, the laser will play an increasingly important role in diagnosing and treating disease.
Princeton University Biologist Bonnie Bassler to Give a Talk at Brookhaven Lab on Cell-to-Cell Communication in Bacteria, March 24February 25, 2011 10:26 am | by Brookhaven National Laboratory | News | Comments
Bonnie Bassler, Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator and Squibb Professor of Molecular Biology at Princeton University, will give a talk, titled “Tiny Conspiracies: Cell-to-Cell Communication in Bacteria,” at BNL on Thursday, March 24, at 4 p.m. in Berkner Hall. Sponsored by...