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  1. New Test Reveals Purity Of Graphene
    9/2/2014

    Graphene may be tough, but those who handle it had better be tender. The environment surrounding the atom-thick carbon material can influence its electronic performance, according to researchers at Rice and Osaka universities who have come up with a simple way to spot contaminants.

  2. MACOM Announces The Industry’s Most Integrated 10G SFP+ Optical Module Chipset Solution
    9/2/2014

    M/A-COM Technology Solutions Holdings Inc. (“MACOM”), a leading supplier of optical networking products recently announced the industry’s most integrated 10G chipset ideal for 10G/12G SFP+ and XFP optical module designs.

  3. FLIR Releases New OEM Thermal Imaging Core Muon
    9/1/2014

    FLIR Systems, Inc. announces its latest thermal imaging core, Muon, which is designed specifically for volume OEMs capable of integrating uncooled FPAs into their own camera solutions.

  4. Multi-Tasking Nanoparticle Combines Imaging And Therapeutics
    8/28/2014

    Using nanoparticles for diagnosis is a hot area of research, as is the use of nanoparticles for therapeutic delivery. Combining the two functions together in a single nanoparticle, however, is a new step forward from UC Davis researchers. 

  5. Glenn Boreman, UNC Professor And Plasmonics Co-Founder, Elected To SPIE Presidential Chain
    8/28/2014

    Science and Director of the Center for Optoelectronics and Optical Communications at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and co-founder and Chairman of the Board of Plasmonics, Inc., has been elected to serve as the 2015 Vice President of SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics.

  6. Identifying Long-Distance Threats – New 3D Technology Could Improve CCTV Images
    8/27/2014

    A new government-funded study aims to develop 3D imaging technology to make it easier to identify suspicious objects from a long way off.

  7. Integral Catches Dead Star Exploding In A Blaze Of Glory
    8/27/2014

    Astronomers using ESA’s Integral gamma-ray observatory have demonstrated beyond doubt that dead stars known as white dwarfs can reignite and explode as supernovae. The finding came after the unique signature of gamma rays from the radioactive elements created in one of these explosions was captured for the first time.

  8. NASA Telescopes Uncover Early Construction Of Giant Galaxy
    8/27/2014

    Astronomers have for the first time caught a glimpse of the earliest stages of massive galaxy construction. The building site, dubbed “Sparky,” is a dense galactic core blazing with the light of millions of newborn stars that are forming at a ferocious rate.

  9. Scientists Craft A Semiconductor Junction Only Three Atoms Thick
    8/26/2014

    Scientists have developed what they believe is the thinnest-possible semiconductor, a new class of nanoscale materials made in sheets only three atoms thick.

  10. Photon Speedway Puts Big Data In The Fast Lane
    8/26/2014

    A series of experiments conducted by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (SLAC) researchers is shedding new light on the photosynthetic process.

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