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VOLUME -23 NUMBER 8
Publication Date: 08/1/2008
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New Iron-Based Superconductors

Gaithersburg, MD — Researchers working at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have discovered that a new class of iron-based superconductors discovered earlier this year shares similar unusual magnetic properties with previously known high-temperature superconductors based on ...
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Microsoft to issue debt, buy back $40B in stock
Jessica Mintz, AP

Jessica Mintz, AP
SEATTLE - Chaos in the money markets gave Microsoft Corp. an opening Monday to announce it would take on debt for the first time, launch a new $40 billion stock buyback plan and raise its dividend.
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New Dry Film Negative Photoresist for MEMS and Wafer-Level Packaging

DELAWARE, OH Engineered Material Systems, Inc., a leading global supplier of negative photo resist materials for MEMS and TSV passivation/sealing applications, is pleased to introduce the DF-2005 dry-film negative photo resist for use in micro-electro mechanical systems (MEMS), wafer-level packaging and CMOS applications (metallization). This material formulation has been optimized for hot roll lamination and processing on MEMS and IC wafers.


Avnet Opens Registration for Global MiniZed SpeedWay Design Workshop Series: Training gives engineers head start in mastering design flows using Xilinx’s Vivado Design Suite
PHOENIX, AZ - Avnet, a leading global technology distributor, today announced that registration is now open for a series of interactive SpeedWay Design Workshops™ to help engineers jump start the development of single-core Xilinx® Zynq®-7000 All Programmable SoC devices using the Avnet MiniZed™ Zynq SoC development kit, a cost-optimized prototyping platform for embedded vision and Industrial IoT systems.
Coto Technology Awarded "Best of Show" (Silver) at Sensors Midwest 2017
ROSEMONT, IL - Coto Technology has been awarded Sensors Midwest's Best of Show "Silver" award for its newly-released RedRock TMR RR121 Magnetic Sensor. Seeking to replace aging magnetic sensor technology, the RR121 represents a huge breakthrough for design engineers seeking the lowest possible power consumption and highest sensitivity in an ultra-miniature package.
 
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