Solid Sealing Technology has introduced two new series of high current connector solutions, which are rated for currents from 69 to 250 amps.
GOW-MAC Instrument Company, introduces the process oriented Series AR710 and AR720 gas analyzers with High Frequency Argon Discharge Ionization Detector (HFADD).
FIBA Technologies, Inc. recently announced the addition of Ken Halpin as Senior Director, Human Resources.
At the CEC/ICMC Awards Breakfast on July 2, Ray Radebaugh received the prestigious Samuel C. Collins Award for “an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the identification and solution of cryogenic engineering problems and has…demonstrated a concern for the cryogenic community through unselfish professional service and leadership to this community.”
Immunovative Therapies, Ltd. recently announced that its New Drug (IND) application was cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration, allowing the company to begin clinical trials of its experimental CryoStim™ cancer vaccine product for the treatment of advanced metastatic solid tumors.
The 2009 Cryogenic Engineering Conference/International Cryogenic Materials Conference brought together almost 500 persons from all areas of cryogenics to exchange technology and ideas.
Paratherm Corporation has launched "Immersion Engineering," a comprehensive bundling of services which include: fluid analysis, fluid maintenance, training, troubleshooting and consulting.
World-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking was presented with the US medal of freedom by President Barack Obama on August 12th.
Lucia Votano has been named Director of the world's largest underground laboratory for astroparticle physics, the National Laboratory in Gran Sasso, Italy.
From Fermilab Today, 8/25/09: Ed Knapp, former URA president and NSF director, died on Aug. 17, 2009.
Dr. John Weisend II was elected CSA Board Chairman on Sunday, June 28, 2009 in Tucson AZ, by the CSA Board of Directors.
[From Fermilab Press Release, August 5, 2009]: In the latest installment of funding from the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, DOE's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory will receive an additional $60.2 million to support research toward next generation particle accelerators and preliminary design for a future neutrino experiment.
The following awards were presented at the 2009 CEC/ICMC to honor persons who have contributed to the industry and to the Society in a variety of ways.