Block Scientific

Block Scientific Has Moved to a New Location

Since September 1, 2014, Block Scientific is operating from a new location in Bellport, New York. As a leading lab equipment supplier serving customers globally, the goal of this company has been to offer quality lab products and service to customers. Block Scientific has been functioning from Bohemia, NY and has now moved to its new, larger, state-of-the-art building in Eastern Long Island. The...

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Conveyor Handling

Conveyor Handling Company Has a New Look!

Elkridge, MD – In celebration of our 40-year Anniversary, Conveyor Handling Company is excited to announce the launch of their new website. This new site has a fresh look, is easy to use and most importantly, very informative. A blogging feature highlighting current industry news has also been added to the site. The primary goal in redesigning the website was to provide visitors and customers...

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Pasternack Enterprises

Pasternack Publishes New RF Calculators and Conversion Tools to Pasternack.com

New RF Calculators from Pasternack Provide Engineers with Solutions to Real-World Industry Challenges Irvine, CA- – Pasternack Enterprises, Inc., an industry-leading manufacturer and supplier of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, has created and published a new set of RF calculators and conversion tools to assist engineers with answering complex RF-related product and design questions...

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Indium

Indium Corporation VP of Technology to Present at Medical Electronics Symposium

Indium Corporation’s Dr. Ning-Cheng Lee, vice president of technology, will present at the Medical Electronics Symposium Sept. 18-19 in Portland, Ore. Dr. Lee will present The Application of Second Generation SACm™ Solder Alloy in Both Solder Spheres and Solder Paste. This presentation discusses how SACm0510 solder alloy, the next generation of SACm, performs versus other SAC alloys. Results...

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Penn State Great Valley Announces its New Engineering Suite and Grand Opening Reception

The Philadelphia Region Chancellors Sandler, Woolever, and Edelbrock invite you to the Grand Opening of PENN STATE’S New Regional Engineering Education Suite located in Malvern,-  Tuesday September 16th 12 noon to 1pm. Reception and refreshments starting at noon.-  Grand opening ceremony at 12:30 with Dr. Madlyn Hanes, Vice President of Commonwealth Campuses; Dr. Amr Elnashai, Dean of...

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EPA seeks feedback on proposed label options.

EPA is redesigning its Design for the Environment Safer Product label to better convey to consumers that products bearing the label meet program's rigorous standard to be safer for people and the environment. All ingredients in products that earn the logo have undergone a thorough evaluation to ensure they meet high standards for safety and performance. When people use these products, they are...

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Society of Plastics Engineers

SPE Announces 2015 European Conference organized by ACE.

Organized by ACE (Additives & Color Europe), Shaping Aesthetics & Performance will take place February 23–25, 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. Biannual conference enables attendees to learn about state-of-the-art additives, pigments- and dyes, and master batches for plastics as well as connect with entire industry value chain. In addition to technical speakers and presentations, event offers...

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New York Company to receive funding for microgrid project.

General Electric Company’s Global Research- has been selected to receive $1.2 million award by Department of Energy to develop enhanced microgrid control system by adding new capabilities, such as frequency regulation. In support of President Obama's Climate Action Plan and Administration’s commitment to improve national power grid resiliency, Energy Department announced more than $8 million...

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FAA Selects Fuels for Testing to reduce GA lead emissions.

With goal of having new unleaded fuel that reduces lead emissions for general aviation (GA)- by 2018, FAA selected 4 unleaded fuels for testing at William J. Hughes Technical Center. Shell and TOTAL, with one fuel each, and Swift Fuels, with 2 fuels, will work with FAA on phase-one testing, which will conclude in fall 2015. According to Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, This work will...

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Aerospace Industries Association

Registration for Team America Rocketry Challenge now open.

Open for teams of 7–12th grade students, Team America Rocketry Challenge encourages students to pursue study and careers in science, technology, engineering, and math. This year's rules require teams to build and launch a rocket carrying a raw egg to 800 ft and return it to Earth uncracked within flight duration of 46–48 sec. A new requirement calls for rocket to separate during flight,...

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