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Carlyle, Vestar complete AZ Electronic stake sale
LONDON, March 2 (Reuters) - The Carlyle Group and Vestar Capital Partners have raised 130 million pounds ($208 million) from the sale of their remaining 11.6 percent stake in speciality chemicals company AZ Electronic Materials. The two private equity ...
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Electronics: Inside story of ferroelectric memories
And the number of bits doubles every three years1. This has motivated efforts to produce improved digital memory solutions that have better reliability, lower power consumption, lower cost and, crucially, higher storage density.
John Wiley, AZ Electronic, Rocket-Pocket Lawyers: Intellectual Property
AZ Electronic Units File Korean Patent Suit Against UP Chemical. AZ Electronic Materials SA, a Luxembourg-based maker of specialty chemical materials for the electronics industry, sued Korea's UP Chemical Company Ltd.
Photonics: Terahertz collisions
Intense lasers have become a strong ally in that pursuit, ever since it was discovered that their oscillating electric field can rip an electron from an atom through quantum-mechanical tunnelling.
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Condensed-matter physics: A duo of graphene mimics
The synthesis of analogues of graphene by two different means provides insight into the origins of massless particles and paves the way for studies of materials with exotic topological properties. See Letters p.302 & p.306 ...
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Richard Lugg - Aviation entrepreneur
Richard Lugg claims his aircraft design can prevent sonic boom and cut emissions by 80-90 per cent. Stephen Harris reports. /s/r/y/30_31_HM_tarmac_CMYK.
The strange new craft of making life from scratch
Or imagine organisms transformed into factories to make us fuel or materials, or engineered to gobble up oil spills and industrial pollution, or crafted to provide the power and wiring for the next generation of computers.
Blood, milk and mucus could one day replace silicon's ingredient in computer ...
The team found that when put together the three different kinds of proteins create a complete electronic circuit. The new process uses milk proteins to form the fibrous scaffolding, because milk materials stay strong and stable in different environments.
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The Mollusc Militia is Coming
To outfit them with electronic devices�like miniature video cameras or sensors to detect poison gas, for example�you need a lightweight power source.
OPTICAL FIBERS: High-speed electronics are built into fiber
A technique to deposit precisely doped semiconductor materials into microstructured optical fibers (MOFs) is coming of age, demonstrated by gigahertz-bandwidth photodetectors built directly into a fiber.