We regret to report that Professor Albert Lacaze passed away August 5 at the age of 87.
Dr. Randall Barron, professor emeritus of mechanical engineering at Louisiana Tech, and Dr. Brian Barron, lecturer in mathematics and statistics at Louisiana Tech, have completed “Design for Thermal Stresses” – a college-level engineering textbook that provides design tools that allow engineers to understand and alleviate potential problems involving thermal stresses.
Cool Pair Plus, with corporate offices in the Midwest and Northeast, announced that that it has entered into a multi-year vendor supply agreement with Unisyn Medical Technologies, Inc., a leading national provider of service solutions to the diagnostic imaging industry.
Building on over 50 years cryogenic and 15 years X-ray crystallography experience, Oxford Instruments has completely redesigned its Cryojet nitrogen jet system to meet the increasing demands of crystallography researchers.
Thousands of cryogenics research projects around the world will soon be using Kiwi technology now that New Zealand's Jade Software has signed MMR Technologies as a partner.
NASA has selected four companies to develop concepts for storing and transferring cryogenic propellants in space.
The superconducting magnet PCMAG came back to KEK on August 10 after four years of use in an experiment at the DESY test beam facility.
Effective September 1, 2011, or as contracts permit, Air Products will be implementing a price increase of 15 percent for liquid and bulk helium gases in North America.
NASA has awarded grants to four universities and their partner institutions that serve large numbers of minority and underrepresented students to strengthen programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Silicon Valley pioneer M. Kenneth Oshman died August 6. He was 71.
Reflect Scientific, Inc., a provider of diverse products and services for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and transportation industries launched several new websites that showcase the company’s product offerings.
American Superconductor Corporation has announced the appointment of John W. Wood Jr. as chairman of the Board, effective August 16. He replaces former chairman and company founder, Gregory J. Yurek, who retired as chief executive officer earlier this year.
Two experimental collaborations at the Large Hadron Collider announced that they have significantly narrowed the mass region in which the Higgs boson could be hiding.
Alex Romanenko, a materials scientist at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, will receive $2.5 million from the Department of Energy’s Office of Science to expand his innovative research to develop superconducting accelerator components.