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“Thanks to Angstrom, my plan to harness the energy of the sun to save the world is coming into fruition.” #customerfeedbackfriday
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It is incredibly encouraging to see nanotechnology being employed all over the world for the betterment of everyone. Dr. Hilonga in Tanazania is utlizing silver nanoparticles to change peoples lives: http://bit.ly/1Jopn4S
Askwar Hilonga, an engineer from Tanzania and winner of the 2015 Africa Prize for Engineering, has developed a customized water filter using nanotechnology to help alleviate water contamination.
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Starting soon! A webinar on perovskite photovoltaics: http://bit.ly/1WSrAwv
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A potentially revolutionary idea from some folks we work with in Australia. An artificial leaf: http://bit.ly/1E47zx1
It is highly possible that in the future the world could be powered by photosynthesis from artificial leaves, say researchers from Monash University Melbourne
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Part 3 of our 4 part webisode series this week. Dr. Casey talks about materials and parts: http://bit.ly/1MzDxm0
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Part 1: An introduction to Dr. Casey Smith and what he does. http://bit.ly/1JVTl1W
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Butterflies are beautiful creatures that contain some very fascinating natural nano-materials that we're just now beginning to understand: http://bit.ly/1hxHCM8
Some butterflies have shiny, vividly colored wings. From different angles you see different colors. This effect is called iridescence. How does it work? It turns out these butterfly wings are made ...
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Here is a behind the scenes look at one of our test and process engineers putting a system through its paces before we send it to its new home:
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Having partners like Mariana Bertoni make us proud of the work we get to do together: http://bit.ly/1My9f36
Two Arizona State University engineers – Mariana Bertoni and Stuart Bowden – will have roles partnering with industry as part of an effort by the U.S. Department of Energy to aid photovolt
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The final installment of the 4 part webisode series is here! http://bit.ly/1LlSlmM
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Part 2 of our 4 part Webisode series with Dr. Casey Smith is up today. Why Angstrom? http://bit.ly/1WEvjxx
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This week we're rolling out a 4 part webisode series featuring our partner at Texas State University, Dr. Casey Smith. Starting tomorrow, Casey will be chatting about his experience with Angstrom, so stay tuned!
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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.