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MAY 27, 2015
 
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  What the solar system looked like as a “toddler”  
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  One step closer to mimicking gamma-ray bursts  
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  Bioresorbable electronic stent could provide feedback, therapy  
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  Researchers develop intelligent handheld robots  
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  How Hep C survives immune system attacks  
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  Similarities between aurorae on Mars and Earth  

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AFM is essential for investigating sub-nanometer morphology of polymers/blends. This informative webinar will discuss progress in measuring physical properties and functional behavior, including a case study on rubber blend formulation for tires.


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Helping robots put it all together

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Today’s industrial robots are remarkably efficient, as long as they’re in a controlled environment where everything is exactly where they expect it to be. But put them in an unfamiliar setting, where they have to think for themselves, and their efficiency plummets. And the difficulty of on-the-fly motion planning increases exponentially with the number of robots involved.


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Seiwa UV LED curing illumination nondestructive testing

Obtain exceptional capabilities for curing, illumination, and nondestructive testing with Seiwa Optical’s eco-friendly, UV LED products in 365, 375, 385, 395, and 405 nm wavelengths with water and air cooled solutions.


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One step closer to mimicking gamma-ray bursts

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Using ever-more energetic lasers, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers have produced a record high number of electron-positron pairs, opening exciting opportunities to study extreme astrophysical processes, such as black holes and gamma-ray bursts.


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How Hep C survives immune system attacks

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Warring armies use a variety of tactics as they struggle to gain the upper hand. Among their tricks is to attack with a decoy force that occupies the defenders while an unseen force launches a separate attack that the defenders fail to notice. A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that the Hepatitis C virus may employ similar tactics to distract the body's natural defenses.


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The Future of 3D Printing

Join us for this free webinar where our expert panel provide insights into the changes that you can expect to see over the next several years in the range of applications, the types of manufacturing techniques and the performance and costs of these methodologies in 3D printing. Now Available On-Demand!


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Similarities between aurorae on Mars and Earth

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A team of researchers has, for the first time, predicted the occurrence of aurorae visible to the naked eye on a planet other than Earth. Mars' upper atmosphere may be indeed closer to Earth's than previously thought. Researchers showed that the upper atmosphere of Mars glows blue depending on the activity of the sun.


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Bioresorbable electronic stent could provide feedback, therapy

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Every year, an estimated half-million Americans undergo surgery to have a stent prop open a coronary artery narrowed by plaque. But sometimes the mesh tubes get clogged. Scientists report in ACS Nano a new kind of multi-tasking stent that could minimize the risks associated with the procedure. It can sense blood flow and temperature, store and transmit the information for analysis and can be absorbed by the body after it finishes its job.


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Refractometers’ role in concentrate – Helping Producers’ Profitability

Refractometers are used to continuously monitor the concentrations of liquids used in the food and beverage, chemical, energy, and metalworking industries, among others. Download this research study to learn how to your reduce costs by tightly controlling product yield.


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What the solar system looked like as a “toddler”

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An international team of astronomers has identified a young planetary system which may aid in understanding how our own solar system formed and developed billions of years ago. Using the Gemini Planet Imager at the Gemini South telescope in Chile, the researchers identified a disc-shaped bright ring of dust around a star only slightly more massive than the sun, located 360 light-years away in the Centaurus constellation.


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Researchers develop intelligent handheld robots

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What if handheld tools know what needs to be done and were even able to guide and help inexperienced users to complete jobs that require skill? Researchers at the Univ. of Bristol have developed and started studying a novel concept in robotics: intelligent handheld robots.


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