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I-Micronews - MEMS TECHNO: Mitsumi Prototypes MEMS Mirror With ...
According to Nikkei Electronics, Mitsumi Electric Co Ltd prototyped a MEMS mirror for laser projectors. The mirror is driven by using piezoelectric devices (PZTs), and a laser light is scanned to project an image. ...
today - technology
thumbnailNanofactories monitor bacteria communication
The nanofactories assemble themselves on a chitosan coated electrode within a microfluidic device. They contain multiple modules that each perform a ...
today Chemistry World - technology
Nano Patents and Innovations: MEMS Made by Depositing Gold Films ...
MIT researchers have discovered a way to make microelectromechanical devices, or MEMS, by stamping them onto a plastic film. That should significantly reduce their cost, but it also opens up the possibility of large sheets of sensors ...
Alton Parrish today - technology
Nanotechnology Lights Up Batteries and Clothing
Yi Cui, an engineer at Stanford University, leads a team that may take nanotechnology to the next level by creating paper batteries and fabrics can.
Alternative Energy yesterday - technology
Mini Labs Speed Drug Discovery
Toward that end, Harvard researchers and a team of international collaborators demonstrated a new microfluidic sorting device that rapidly analyzes millions ...
today Laboratory Equipment - technology
Micro-ear lets scientists eavesdrop on the micro-world ...
Acting as a microscope for sound, a new device called a micro-ear could make objects on the micro-scale audible. The device could enable scientists to listen to the sounds that cells and bacteria make as they move about, ...
Xeno 2010-03-01 - technology
Lithography and wafer bonding solutions for 3D integration
In this paper, the advances in the field of lithography, thin wafer processing and wafer bonding, are presented, with an emphasis on the integration of all ...
today ElectroQ - technology
thumbnailJPSA starts expansion, driven by LED market growth
JP Sercel Associates Inc (JPSA) of Manchester, NH, USA, which makes UV laser-based materials processing workstations for wafer processing and micromachining ...
yesterday Semiconductor Today - business
thumbnailTegal to Present at the Chiba University Fourth International Symposium on ...
Dr. Valery Felmetsger Will Speak on Tegal's Latest AlN PVD Process Advances for Electro-Acoustic Device Fabrication and for Other Piezoelectric MEMS ...
yesterday MarketWatch (press release) - business
SPTS Starts on a High with Q4 2009 Orders up Nearly 150%
The new orders included etch, CVD, and PVD single wafer tools for a variety of customers in the MEMS, TSV, and compound semiconductor industries booked by ...
today PR Newswire (press release) - business
I-Micronews - MEMS BUSINESS/MARKET: Colibrys new MEMS ...
Colibrys (Switzerland) Ltd. has announced the release of its new MS9005, a ±5g range MEMS accelerometer, to complement its existing family of +/-2g and +/-10g products targeted primarily at AHRS applications. ...
2010-03-01 - business

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Focus on Optimizing MEMS Fabrication
MEMS Manufacturing and Managing the Cost of Having a Fab/Fabrication
May 18 - 19, 2010 - San Jose, California

Hilton Head 2010
A Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems Workshop
June 6 - 10, 2010 - Hilton Head Island, South Carlolina

sensors expo & conference 2010
Sensors Symposia
June 7-9, 2010 - Rosemont, IL

Microtech Conference and Expo 2010
Jun 21 - 25, 2010 - Anaheim California

IEEE Sensors 2010
November 1 - 4, 2010 - Waikoloa, Hawaii

MEMS Executive Congress
The 6th MEMS Industry Group (MIG) hosted event
November 3-5, 2010 - Scottsdale, Arizona

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The 16th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems
June 5-9, 2011 - Beijing, China

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