Kyocera set to break ground on new $52M ceramic microelectronic manufacturing plant

By April Gocha / April 2, 2018

Kyocera Corporation just announced that it will invest $52.4 million to build a new manufacturing plant in Japan to boost production of ceramic microelectronic packages.

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Expanding horizons of varistors in electronics: From transistors to sensors

By Yoko Co / June 24, 2014

[Editor’s note: This report comes to us from R.K. Pandey, PhD, Professor at Ingram School of Engineering at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas.] by R. K. Pandey A varistor is a simple two terminal device primarily based on ceramic substrates. It is an indispensable component of almost all electrical and electronic circuits because…

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Cutting PV costs, Part 2: Process improvements vs. science breakthroughs

By / September 24, 2009

Yesterday we posted a Technology Review video interview with Emanuel Sachs (1366 Technologies’ chief technology officer and professor of mechanical engineering at MIT) in which he and Craig Lund (1366’s director of business development) discuss some of the new technologies the company is incorporating into PV panels. Sachs did what I think is a very…

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ESL ElectroScience

By / March 16, 2009

ESL ElectroScience 416 E. Church Rd. King of Prussia, PA 19406 P: (610) 272-8000 F: (610) 272-6759 www.electroscience.com Manufactures silk, screenable, insulating, conductive, resistive, capacitive, and magnetic glass bonded glaze ceramics and microelectronics; sealing glass pastes, coatings, metallization frit coatings for ceramics; conductive epoxy coatings and adhesives; and materials for optoelectronic digital displays and large-area…

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