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VOLUME -26 NUMBER 10
Publication Date: 10/1/2011
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October '11: Giant Radiation Generators Mark Major Milestones

Albuquerque, NM — Two remarkable pulsed-power machines used to test the nation's defenses against atomic weapons have surpassed milestones at Sandia National Laboratories: 4,000 firings, called "shots," on the Saturn accelerator and 9,000 shots on the HERMES III accelerator.
 Saturn — originally projected to last 5 to 10 years — began operating in 1987. Its major function has been to ...
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Graphene Overtaking Carbon Nanotubes


Cambridge, MA — Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) have not yet met commercial expectations from a decade ago, and now hot on their heels is graphene. Graphene is considered a hot candidate for applications such as computers, displays, photovoltaics, and flexible electronics. IDTechEx market forecasts indicate ...Read More
North American PCB Industry Forecasts Growth

Bannockburn, IL — While the volume of North American PCB production remains flat, sales of PCBs by North American manufacturers returned to strong growth in 2010. Sales of rigid PCBs were up 18 percent and sales of flexible circuits grew 16 percent in 2010. These are among the trends explored in 2010-2011 ... Read More


 
 
2018FLEX Highlights Opportunities, Advances in Flexible Hybrid Electronics: Flexible Electronics Market Forecast to Reach $20 Billion by 2022
MILPITAS, CA - 2018FLEX, the Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) Conference and Exhibition, will bring together more than 600 experts from around the world for business-critical insights and the latest technology in both flexible electronics and MEMS and sensors. 

SEMI ISS 2018: AI, IoT, Automotive to Fuel Industry Growth
HALF MOON BAY, CA - The SEMI Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS) opened yesterday with the theme “Smart, Intuitive & Connected: Semiconductor Devices Transforming the World.” 
 

Indium Corporation Earns International Automotive Quality Recognition – ISO/TS 16949
CLINTON, NY - Indium Corporation has been awarded ISO/TS 16949 management system certificates for two of its manufacturing facilities and company headquarters.

“SRI Quality System Registrar (SRI) is pleased to acknowledge that Indium Corporation has demonstrated effective implementation of a management system that satisfies the tough auto standard: ISO/TS 16949,” stated Edward L. Maschmeier, Director, Certification. 

 
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