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August 12, 2017Bruker Nano Analytics, Oak Park, Ill., introduces XMethod, the world's first software package for the analysis of composition and thickness of single or multiple layers, based on data obtained by sample excitation with the XTrace micro-focus X-ray source for scanning electron microscopes.
August 11, 2017Flir Systems, Wilsonville, Ore., introduces the ETS320, a thermal imaging and temperature measurement instrument for electronic components and printed circuit boards.
August 09, 2017The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), Washington, reports that worldwide sales of semiconductors reached $97.9 billion during the second quarter of 2017, an increase of 5.8% over the previous quarter and 23.7% more than the second quarter of 2016.
August 09, 2017Thermo Scientific, Hillsboro, Ore., introduces the Talos F200i compact scanning transmission electron microscope (S/TEM), which can be customized to meet specific imaging and analytical requirements.
August 07, 2017The University of Colorado at Boulder announces that its researchers have developed a technology to extract magnesium from ore in a continuous process that requires less energy and generates less waste.
August 04, 2017An article by one of the leading authorities on titanium brazing – vetted and accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed ASM Handbook, Volume 6, Welding, Brazing, and Soldering – is now available online in digital form. "Brazing of Conventional Titanium Alloys," a comprehensive, fact-filled survey by industry expert Alexander E. Shapiro, Ph.D., Titanium Brazing Inc., offers in-depth...
August 03, 2017Metalysis, England, has signed a joint research and development program with an international partner to co-create high-value aluminum-scandium alloys.
August 03, 2017Lockheed Martin, Denver, announces that it will award a $1 million grant to the Metropolitan State University of Denver to establish an on-campus Lockheed Martin Additive Manufacturing Laboratory, where students will have access to a state-of-the-art AM system on which to design and create aerospace components.