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"Once my Amod told me it would grant me one wish, so I wished for another Amod." #customerfeedbackfriday
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Carbon nanotubes could be the answer to better brain implants! http://bit.ly/1btAJs8
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A beautiful forest of....diamond encrusted, soggy nanotubes: http://bit.ly/18IDeVO
It might look like something on the side of an Alpine mountain, but you're actually looking at an electron microscope image of diamond-coated of carbon nanotubes.
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Our design team helps bring concept to reality. The devil is in the details with precisely engineered systems built for nano-scale production, and our designers focus on them. They aren't often featured, but are crucial to what we do.
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Graphene has now been identified as a potential tool in the war on tooth decay: http://bit.ly/1E8HsOT
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Congratulations to our customer and partner, Rachel Segalman, on her recent appointment Edward N. Kramer chair of Materials and Chemical engineering at UC Berkeley. Here is Rachel talking about what she does: http://bit.ly/1M9xiSx
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Continuing yesterday's post, check out this video featuring how the systems we create at Angstrom Engineering go into the research world and marketplace, helping scientists create tomorrow's technology, you can see our system at the 1:46mark http://bloom.bg/1HszMNT
Silicon Valley startup Ubiquitous Energy is making the world’s first transparent solar cells, a technology that could greatly expand the reach of solar power. Their technology is an invisible film that can go on any surface and generate power, which could lead to cell phones and tablets that never run out of batteries — or skyscrapers that can use their massive banks of windows as solar panels. Bloomberg's Sam Grobart reports. (Video by: Alan Jef...
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Stunningly beautiful shots from around the neighbourhood of the Northern Lights from this past week: http://bit.ly/1Fa4w5A
A closer look at where solar storms come from — and why they produce such stunning light shows.
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OLED technology is taking off. If things keep going as they are now, OLED will be a part a lot of the lighting and display technology in your house (and pocket) in the not too distant future. We're proud to be a part of it, as many of our customers are at the absolute cutting edge of OLED research and design. In case you're not familiar with OLED technology, check this out: http://bit.ly/1MMUhoM
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Meet Anthony Hmelo, our customer and partner. He explains his role at Vanderbilt University in Nashville: http://bit.ly/1NPMgRf
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We currently have 9 different systems getting ready to go out the door, heading to all corners of the world. Our engineering team is perfecting each one so that our partners get exactly what they're looking for.
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Nasa scientists use space simulation to recreate the building blocks of life: http://bit.ly/1DPIPlz Did you know Angstrom Engineering creates space simulation chambers that could aid in similar research?
Written by Ruth Marlaire NASA's Ames Research Center Moffett Field, CA - NASA scientists studying the origin of life have reproduced uracil, cytosine, and thymine, three key components of our hered...
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Angstrom Engineering designs & manufactures turn-key thin film deposition equipment for research & pilot production. Our capabilities include physical vapor deposition and chemical vapor deposition processes such as LPCVD, PECVD, evaporation & sputtering. We offer many standard configurations as well as the ability to engineering a solution to meet your specific application. Please contact our engineering team to discuss your application and requirements.