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August 29, 2018Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin announces that the fastest 3D tomographic images to date have now been achieved by the BESSY II x-ray source. This speed can be beneficial with metallic foams, where fast sensing capability can capture a series of microstructures as the foaming process takes place.
July 23, 2018Researchers at Diamond Light Source Ltd., Oxfordshire, U.K., agree that there’s nothing quite like an ice cream on a hot day, and eating it before it melts too much is part of the fun. Ice cream is a soft solid and its appeal is strongly affected by the underlying microstructure. An international team of researchers brought samples to Diamond to investigate the temperature dependence of...
July 23, 2018Instron has announced plans to host a Biomedical Open House event September 20 at its Norwood, Mass. headquarters. The event will present the company’s latest advancements in static, dynamic, and impact testing for the biomedical field, including live demonstrations on how to improve efficiency in the lab, ways to expand capabilities, and how to deliver more accurate and reliable test...
July 16, 2018Integer Holdings Corp., Frisco, Texas, has completed the previously announced sale of its Advanced Surgical and Orthopedics (AS&O) product lines to MedPlast LLC for $600 million in cash.
July 16, 2018Researchers from Boston Scientific report that they joined with other researchers to evaluate micro-cleanliness and rotary bend fatigue in a sampling of current and future generation Nitinol wire, including VAR and VIM products from multiple suppliers.
July 16, 2018Fort Wayne Metals, Fort Wayne, Ind., announces that its engineers have developed a non-inclusion-based process for shape memory alloy fatigue durability enhancement.
July 16, 2018Researchers from Cerenovus, Ireland, report that the EMboTrap and the EmboTrap II, Nitinol mechanical thrombectomy (MT) devices, have been launched in Europe with great success and will soon be launched in the United States.
Researchers discover polycrystalline materials can be derived from microscopic single crystal samples
June 29, 2018Materials researchers at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization (ANSTO), Sydney, were able to derive the bulk properties of a polycrystalline material, in a way that is useful for engineering, by carrying out micro-mechanical testing on single crystals of nickel.