Monthly Archives: May 2013

QuantumWise and DTU Collaborate to Model Electron-Phonon Coupling in Nanoelectronic Devices

The Danish company QuantumWise and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) will engage in a project that makes it possible to simulate large-scale nano-electronic devices, where electron-phonon... - Nanotechnology News Feed

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LXI for Collider Signal Monitoring at CERN

David Owen, Business Development Manager at  Pickering Interfaces talks about an application in one of the most complex scientific sites on the planet. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN), has come to the forefront of public attention recently with the discovery of the Higgs boson – the so called [...]

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UNL College of Engineering student team selected to work with NASA

Nebraska Engineering students are floating on news from NASA that their team was selected for the space agency's 2012 Microgravity University. UNL was chosen to work with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and its partner, Cbana Labs, to develop environmental monitoring sensors for the International Space Station. Nebraska Engineering News

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Flexus 2320-S

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Recent Survey by P2i About Consumers Expectations of Surface Protection on Phone

A recent international survey commissioned in April 2013 by P2i confirms that consumers expect high levels of everyday water protection on phones as standard. The research follows a study... - Nanotechnology News Feed

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Los Alamos researcher to lead UNL energy center, joins MME faculty

Materials scientist Mike Nastasi will become director of UNL's Nebraska Center for Energy Sciences Research on Jan. 3. Nastasi also will be a professor of mechanical and materials engineering and will hold the Elmer Koch Professorship. He comes to UNL from Los Alamos National Laboratory where he was a longtime researcher and, since 2009, directed [...]

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Chemical Storage

« Back to Announcements Page Description¶ Our goal is to reduce the amount of carrying of chemicals around the lab so we are moving the chemicals to new pass through cabinets in the bays where they will be used. The cabinets at the front of the lab will be removed or converted to private stock [...]

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Partnership results in CAN do attitude!

Celebrating ten years of co-operation in communications. For ten years, there has been a strong partnership between CAN in Automation (CiA) and the Ethernet Powerlink Standardization Group (EPSG). Since 2003, the two non-profit user organizations have jointly been making CANopen a very popular choice and a factor to reckon within many market segments on CAN-based [...]

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Remote monitors track river restoration success

Remote monitoring of restoration work on beautiful English river using advanced sensing and telemetry technology. Possibly one of the most unique areas of England is East Anglia; that part of the country north of London and south of the inlet known as the Wash. It encompasses the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex, and [...]

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Effect of wireless networking standards and MIMO technology on RF tests

Modular instrumentation set to displace traditional counterparts in a growing number of applications The deployment of progressively more complex telecommunication techniques, including 802.11ac, together with the adoption of advanced multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO) technologies will fuel the global radio frequency (RF) testing market. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan , Global RF Testing Market: Increasing Complexity [...]

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