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Ahh summer, when the family goes on their traditional strawberry picking adventure...with SCUBA gear? http://bit.ly/1LZHiiu
Farmers no longer need land to grow crops. Unique greenhouses are providing an underwater alternative
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Angstrom is closed today. We're all off playing hockey, eating poutine, and enjoying the festivities of our country's birthday. Happy Canada Day!
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Think you can build a hyperloop? You can give it a shot in Elon Musk's latest go at cool future tech: http://bit.ly/1HjyWSR
SpaceX's most recent step in the Hyperloop pod plan is the recent announcement of a competition to assist private companies in developing the prototype.
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We build deposition systems. Those systems need materials, parts, boats, crucibles, and sputter targets to keep them running, so we have those too!
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Our partners at UWisconsin have created the 'FabLab' with a bunch of our systems! Trisha Andrew is the research lead, and you can see what her team is up to in this photo gallery: http://bit.ly/1L3ti9c
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To many, perovskite has the best chance to replace silicon in making photovoltaics the cheap and ubiquitous energy harvest they need to become: http://bit.ly/1dA84Ce
"Many of us believe this is the field’s biggest breakthrough since the invention of the solar cell sixty years ago."
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Our partners at University of Utah talk about their perovskite solar cell work in this video. Our systems are prominent throughout: http://bit.ly/1GC2W7Z
SALT LAKE CITY -- The best hope for cheap and efficient solar power could be one step closer to becoming a reality thanks to researchers at the University of Utah. Researchers have been unlocking t...
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Wearable electronics and the Internet of things, the future of tech brought to you in large part by thin film technology. You're welcome. http://bit.ly/1GFQpQE
Wearable technology and the internet of Things (IoT) are already shaping the future world we will inhabit and FlexEnable’s disruptive flexible electronics technology is set to play a major role in unlocking the full potential of both. Wearable technology is transforming our digital lives. The market for a wide range of new wearable hardware is growing daily; for wearable sensors alone, IDTechEx predicts there will be three billion in use by 2025 ...
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A thin film, flexible, full color display only a few microns thick from researchers in India: http://bit.ly/1BPtG9l
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We are proud to partner with people like Trisha Andrew at UWisconsin, who inspires young women in science and engineering: http://oshko.sh/1J6p01p
On April 18, 120 girls in grades 6-9 along with 80 parents and guardians participated in the day-long Tech Savvy conference in Wisconsin.
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“One night I came into the lab and my NexDep was arm-wrestling the ghost of Nicola Tesla.” #customerfeedbackfriday
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Guess what super-material the world's thinnest light bulb is made out of? http://bit.ly/1Lh7iFF
Led by Young Duck Kim, a postdoctoral research scientist in James Hone's group at Columbia Engineering, a team of scientists from Columbia, Seoul National University (SNU), and Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS) reported today that they have demonstrated—for the first time—an ...
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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.