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DC differential amplifier with an exceptionally low noise input of less than 20 microVrms. The new Model 121 enables precision measurement on up to three channels simultaneously. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130531/PH23928 ) Offering
I have a 2001 Subaru Forester S, purchased new, which now has slightly less than 60,000 miles on the meter. This has been a great car; I have had little to no real trouble with it. Lately, however, the "check engine" lamp turned on and, after using
About the size of a postage stamp, the device can be worn under a bandage on one of the body spots where a pulse is easily felt. The flexible pressure-sensitive organic thin film transistors inside the device feature maximum sensitivity of 8.4kPa1, a
The transaction closed and has been approved by Plures' board of directors. The company will provide a more detailed description of the terms and conditions of the transaction in a Current Report on Form 8-K to be filed with the SEC.
Whether Adam Davis is on the soccer field or the track, he is always moving, always competing. Davis wrapped up his fourth and final year of soccer in the fall at Seymour High School, and he is now in his last year of track. This spring in track, he
MAY 05, 2013 Famous for its large-scale builds for serious watch collectors, the watch-winder manufacturer Orbita has unveiled a modern unit for those with slightly smaller troves of high-end automatic watches. Carolo ($4,995) is a hexagonal box
Taipei, April 29 (CNA) Shares in Taiwan closed above the 8,000-point mark Monday for the fourth consecutive trading session as investors took cues from the gains posted by high-priced electronics stocks, dealers said.
Scientists have made a step forward in their ability to mimic the sense of touch. A team from the US and China made an experimental array that can sense pressure in the same range as the human fingertip. The advance could speed the development of
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Robot hands could gain a gentler touch with new inexpensive tactile sensors that utilise widely available electronic chips, Harvard researchers say...The sensor, called TakkTile, is intended to put what would normally be a high-end technology within