European Composites Directory
05/23/02 This new directory covers over 1500 composites company with a presence in Europe. In addition to corporate details, the directory also provides a market report and a list of associations.
SAMPE Workshop on Optoelectronic and MEMS Packaging
02/08/02 Carl Zweben will run a workshop on optoelectronic and MEMS packaging at the SAMPE 2002 ISSE, May 12-16, in Long Beach, California.
Advanced Materials Symposium & Vendor Expo
02/08/02 The Rocky Mountain SAMPE Chapter is sponsoring a major regional event, the Advanced Materials Symposium and Vendor Expo. The event includes presentations, workshops and vendor exhibits.
Lacent Expands U.S. Office
02/08/02 Lacent Technologies, a manufacturer of high-speed laser cutting systems for textile products, has expanded its U.S. offices.
EPTA Announces 6th World Pultrusion Conference
02/08/02 EPTA is organising the 6th World Pultrusion Conference on Thursday the 4th and Wednesday the 5th of April, 2002 at the Dorint Don Giovanni Hotel in Prague, the Czech Republic.
New Introductory Course on Aircraft Composites
02/08/02 Renaissance Aeronautics Associates Inc. has introduced a new introductory course on aircraft composites. The course covers fundamental properties of materials, maintenance practices, repair techniques and more.
MRO Division of Delta Air Lines Purchases FiberSIM
02/08/02 The Delta Technical Operations Center of Delta Airlines has selected FiberSIM software for use in repairing and maintaining composite parts on commercial aircraft.
Popping Balloons Provide Insight into Crack Propagation
01/27/02 By studying jagged tears in popped balloons, scientists hope to come up with a general theory of how cracks propagate in any material.
Polymer Spheres form Chains
01/27/02 A team of chemists from Oak Ridge National Laboratory have developed a method for joining polymer spheres together into long chains. The materials have potential applications in optoelectronic and magnetic devices.
Nexia Spins Artificial Spider Silk
01/27/02 Canadian bio-tech firm Nexia has taken proteins from genetically modified dairy cow mammary glands and spun them into spider silk fibers. Although the fibers have poor properties, this is the first time such spinning has been accomplished.
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