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  • Wired 8.01: As the MEMS Revolution Takes Off, Small Is Getting Bigger Every Day
    .eecs.berkeley.edu/~yeh/sem-robot.html. Microsensors www.microsensors.com. Bell Labs www.bell-labs.com/org/physicalsciences/projects/mems/mems.html. Andrew Leonard (aleonard@salon.com) is Salon's senior technology correspondent. He is working on a book about the free-software movement. MEMS Megafoundry. Some
  • Gun Hard Inertial Measurement Unit Based on MEMS Capacitive Accelerometer and Rate Sensor (.pdf)
    stability of the sensors. Colibrys has successfully developed a gun hard version of its accelerometer product and AIS has integrated these acceleration sensors and rate gyro to a gun hard IMU. Microsoft Word - AIS article PLANS 08 modified.doc. Gun Hard Inertial Measurement Unit based on. MEMS capacitive
  • MEMS-Based High Throughput Screening
    . Software. Turn-Key Solutions. Partner Products. SUPPORT. Software & Manuals. Support Request. PRESS ROOM. Recent News. Recent Articles. Trade Shows. APPLICATIONS. Test & Measurement. Medical. Research & Development. Industrial. Application Request. CONTACT US. Contacts. Request Pricing
  • MICRO: Product extra!
    The L-Edit MEMS Design from adds all-angle design-rule checking (DRC) capability to the company's L-Edit MEMS software. Using DRC, users can find out instantly if their designs violate the rules for standard or custom fabrication processes. DRC enables designers to check for minimum spacing between
  • Medical Device Link .
    Hoping to capitalize on the predicted growth of MEMS (microelectromechanical systems) technology, (Burlington, MA) has formed a partnership with the Fraunhofer Institute for Silicon Technology (ISiT; Itzehoe, Germany). Under the agreement, Standard MEMS acquires the exclusive right to commercialize
  • Medical Device Link .
    National Labs Collaborate on MEMS Device to Treat Blindness A coalition of researchers is hoping to adapt MEMS technology to treat eye disease. Funded by a $9 million, three-year grant from the Department of Energy's Office of Biological and Environmental Research, the team includes Sandia National
  • Medical Device Link .
    MEMS-Based Liquid-Flow Sensors under Development Sensors measure flow rates down to 0.03 ul/min Liquid-flow sensors under development for integration with glucose-monitoring, drug-delivery, dialysis, and infusion devices use microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology to measure and control
  • Medical Device Link .
    MEMS-Based Sensors Measure Liquid Flow Down to 0.03 �l/min Liquid-flow sensors currently under development for integration with drug-delivery, glucose-monitoring, dialysis, and infusion devices use microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology to measure and control minute quantities

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