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New nanometre resolution confocal sensors offer world beating performance

Micro-Epsilon has launched a range of high precision confocal chromatic sensors for displacement, distance, position and thickness measurement. The compact sensors offer better linearity, nanometre ... more

NEO Tech offers microelectronics miniaturisation for medical implantable device OEMs

NEO Tech, a leading provider of manufacturing technology and supply chain solutions for brand name OEMs in the industrial, medical and mil/aero markets, announced that its highly miniaturized ... more

Colibrys new best-in-class high temperature MEMS accelerometer for inertial drilling applications

Acal BFi, the European leader in advanced technology solutions, can now exclusively offer Colibrys’ new high temperature MEMS accelerometer range to its European customers. The Colibrys TS1000T ... more

Biocompatible Graphene ink for printing of biosensors

Haydale, a leader in the development of enhanced graphene and nanoparticulate materials, reports on a presentation given at the recent Advanced Functional & Industrial Printing 2016 meeting that ... more

Breakthrough for video-pill cancer imaging

Rudolph’s software expands adoption in advanced packaging

In recent years, tiny sensing systems small enough for patients to swallow have proven to be a valuable clinical alternative to more intrusive imaging methods such as endoscopes. Until now, the systems, often known as video-pill, have relied on illuminating patients’ innards using a small light source, restricting clinicians to conclusions based on what they can see in the spectrum of visible light. more
Rudolph receives multi-fab order for Discover Enterprise Yield Management System software more

Ultra Precision Thin Film SMD Resistors – VITALLY Important

Willow Technologies introduces a range of advanced ultra-precision chip resistors in Thin Film Technology more

Berkeley Lab scientists to help build world's first total-body PET Scanner

Scientists from the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley Lab have set out to help build the world’s first total-body positron emission tomography (PET) scanner, a medical imaging device that could change the way cancers and other diseases are diagnosed and treated. The project is a consortium led by a UC Davis research team and includes scientists from Berkeley Lab and the University of Pennsylvania. It’s supported by a recently announced five-year, $15.5 million Transformative Research Award from the National Institutes of Health. more

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