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    Mechanical Engineering Services - (821 companies)
    Mechanical engineering services apply the principles of physics to the analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. They are staffed by professional mechanical engineers and trained technicians. Mechanical engineering...
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    Technical Training Equipment - (133 companies)
    ...semiconductor fabrication, pneumatic, hydraulic, fluid process, electromechanical, energy power generation, automation, optics, physics, chemistry and thermodynamic systems. Types of Technical Training Equipment. Technical training covers a wide variety...
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    Laboratory Thermometers - (126 companies)
    Laboratory thermometers are used to measure temperatures or temperature changes with a high degree of precision. Traditional liquid-in-glass design offers ease of use and low cost.
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    Lab-on-a-Chip (LOC) Devices - (17 companies)
    Lab-on-a-chip (LOC) devices are integrated semiconductors that serve as a laboratory for the testing and analysis of very small chemical and clinical samples. Lab-on-a-chip (LOC) devices are integrated semiconductor devices that serve...
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    Fiber Lasers - (97 companies)
    Generates Ultrashort High Energy Pulses. Electronics360 --PolarOnyx Reveals Femtosecond Laser Applications for Additive Manufacturing. Engineering360 --Fiber Lasers Are Replacing CO2 Machines. Image credit: Laser Physics Lab / CC BY-SA 2.0...
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    Electronics Test Fixtures - (69 companies)
    Electronics test fixtures are used to test contact points on circuit boards during manual or automated testing.
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    Strain Gauges - (115 companies)
    Strain gauges are measuring elements that convert force, pressure, tension, etc., into an electrical signal.
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    Modeling and Simulation Software - (459 companies)
    Modeling and simulation software is used to model and simulate a system or process for the purposes of testing or calibration.
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    Workbenches and Workstations (Industrial) - (687 companies)
    Industrial workbenches and industrial workstations are locations where personnel perform work. Products range from economy workbenches to cleanroom and electronic assembly benches.
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    Heat Exchangers - (1446 companies)
    H &C Heat Transfer Solutions. The Fundamentals of Heat Exchangers - American Institute of Physics (pdf). Image Credits. Alstrom Energy Group | Tranter, Inc. | DME Company | Armstrong International, Inc. | Rittal Corporation...
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...also provides data for determining absolute concentrations and temperatures. Researchers from NIST's physics lab and the Applied Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences have built a prototype that detects fluorocarbon species in a trifluoromethane plasma. The scientists intend to modify...

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Fresh water from municipal water systems or private wells contains a certain amount of dissolved solids. Some of these solids break down into electrically charged ions in their aqueous state. The classic physics lab example is common table salt (NaCl), which reduces to a positive sodium ion (Na...

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The God Particle and the Grid The physics lab that brought you the Web is reinventing the Internet. Get ready for the atom-smashing, supercomputing, 5-gigabits-per-second Grid Economy. , a proton does 17-mile laps at nearly the speed of light. Guided by powerful magnets, it zooms through a narrow...

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...of your areas? Yes, we ve got a number of graphics researchers. Jim Hurley is in our lab. They re looking at things such as physics and artificial intelligence for gaming. CPU: Jim, how could graphics move to the CPU? We think that ray tracing is going to take off. This is a technique where you...

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Broadcasting Corp. (NHK) to begin terrestrial digital TV broadcasting in December. Harvard lab explores molecular electronics Chemistry, physics and nanoscale electronics are being blended to create novel biomedical devices at Harvard University's Department of Chemistry and Chemical biology....

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...of introductory physics texts. Specifically, Purcell in his book used relativity to essentially derive the existence of magnetic forces and of electromagnetic radiation. His approach brings these subjects to life in a way that doesn't require a lot of math. After a few introductory comments and disclaimers, I'll...

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9;WATERLOO, Ont. -- A University of Waterloo scientist is working with a Japanese research team to uncork the mysteries behind the destruction of our ozone in the stratosphere. UW Prof. James Sloan, chemistry and physics, is helping Japanese scientists analyse satellite data in his laboratory...

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...of the Advanced Semiconductor Technology Lab at the T.J. Watson Research Center. He also served as vice president of procurement, engineering, for the company's global procurement unit. He has impressive academic credentials, holding a BS in physics from the University of Notre Dame, and MS and PhD degrees...

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...thousands of processors on a massively parallel computer, " says Mike Eldred, principal investigator with the lab. Other features include support for surrogate-based optimization, optimization under uncertainty, mixed-integer nonlinear programming, and simultaneous analysis and design...

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...in Western Europe, according to Probe Research, a market research firm here. Harvard lab explores molecular electronics Chemistry, physics and nanoscale electronics are being blended to create novel biomedical devices at Harvard University's Department of Chemistry and Chemical biology. The research...

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