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Welcome To ACerS Newest Corporate Members!

Published on May 21st, 2009

AdValue Technology LLC 4585 S. Palo  Verde, Rd. #405 Tucson, AZ 85714 Phone: (520) 514-1100 FAX:  (520) 747-4024 Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division 9500 MacArthur Blvd West Bethesda, MD 20817 ACerS recognizes organizations that have joined the Society as Corporate Members. If you would like more information on becoming a Corporate Member, contact Tricia …

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Savannah River Researchers Unveil Permeable, Pourable Glass ‘Microballoons’

Published on April 30th, 2009

WESTERVILLE, OH– What looks like a fertilized egg, flows like water, gets stuffed with catalysts and exotic nanostructures and may have the potential of making the current retail gasoline infrastructure compatible with hydrogen-based vehicles of the future – not to mention also contributing to arenas such as nuclear proliferation and global warming?

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Savannah River Researchers Unveil Permeable, Pourable Glass ‘Microballoons’

Published on April 30th, 2009

WESTERVILLE, OH– What looks like a fertilized egg, flows like water, gets stuffed with catalysts and exotic nanostructures and may have the potential of making the current retail gasoline infrastructure compatible with hydrogen-based vehicles of the future – not to mention also contributing to arenas such as nuclear proliferation and global warming?

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Savannah River Researchers Unveil Permeable, Pourable Glass ‘Microballoons’

Published on April 30th, 2009

WESTERVILLE, OH– What looks like a fertilized egg, flows like water, gets stuffed with catalysts and exotic nanostructures and may have the potential of making the current retail gasoline infrastructure compatible with hydrogen-based vehicles of the future – not to mention also contributing to arenas such as nuclear proliferation and global warming?

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May 8, 2008 – Modern Ceramics Help Advance Technology

Published on April 30th, 2009

Many important electronic devices used by people today would be
impossible without the use of ceramics. A new study published in the
Journal of the American Ceramic Society illustrates the use of ceramic
materials in the development of technological devices, including mobile
communication and ultrasonic imaging. More

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