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Old Coils May Hold Key to Fusion Power

Albuquerque, NM — A surprising effect created by a 19th-Century device called a Helmholz coil offers clues about how to achieve controlled nuclear fusion — a discovery made at Sandia National Laboratories, using its powerful "Z" machine.

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Hazardous Materials Labeling: It's a Bloody Mess

Washington, DC — Millions of pounds of chemical products are shipped between countries daily, often with inconsistent or inappropriate labeling. Many if not most of these products offer health hazards that must provide warning in the labeling — usually in the form of graphic pictograms (icons) that are supposed ...
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AZ Congresswoman Sinema Tours Isola Plant

Bannockburn, IL — Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema (AZ-9) visited Isola's manufacturing and R&D facilities in Chandler, Arizona on Friday, January 3 to learn about the issues that concern the developer and manufacturer of materials used to fabricate advanced printed circuit boards.
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Flex Power Modules announces new BGA packaging option for digital point-of-load DC/DC converters
Flex Power Modules today announced that its BMR466 and BMR461 digital point-of-load (POL) DC/DC power modules are now available to customers with BGA (Ball Grid Array) packaging, as well as in their original compact LGA (Land Grid Array) package.        
Atotech to present Spherolyte® CU UF3 for fine line RDL at ECTC 2018
BERLIN, GERMANY - Atotech is pleased to announce its partaking in the Electronics Components and Technology Conference (ECTC) 2018. As a gold sponsor, Atotech will participate with two presentations and a booth, highlighting its latest solutions for flexible electronics as well as fan-out wafer-level and fan-out panel-level packaging.    
 
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