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Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD): Global Markets
This physical vapor deposition report by BCC Research determines the status of the global market for PVD, with an emphasis on developments during the past two years.
Manufacturing - January 2017 Superconductors: Technologies and Global Markets
This superconductors report by BCC Research analyzes the developing market for superconducting applications, materials and other enabling technologies.
Advanced Materials - January 2017 Optical Coatings: Technologies and Global Markets
This optical coatings report by BCC Research analyzes the global markets for optical coatings and provides revenue estimates through 2021.
Photonics - January 2017 Tire Reinforcement Materials: Technologies and Global Markets
This tire reinforcement material report by BCC Research studies the tire reinforcement material manufacturing, applications and global and regional markets.
Advanced Materials - January 2017 Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV): Technologies and Global Markets
This BIPV technologies report by BCC Research identifies present and emerging technologies, and market strategies on global and regional levels.
Energy and Resources - January 2017 Ablation Devices: Technologies and Global Markets
This ablation devices report by BCC Research analyzes the global ablation market by technologies, product categories, therapeutic segments, and geographic markets.
Healthcare - January 2017 Global Markets for Nanocomposites, Nanoparticles, Nanoclays, and Nanotubes
This nanocomposites report by BCC Research addresses the global market for nanocomposites, and evaluates future demand and challenges for the period 2016 to 2021.
Nanotechnology - January 2017
Dairy Industry Struggles as Milk Alternatives on the Rise
Publication - AGWeb, Published on - December 05, 2016
Hey Grocers: Ready for AI?
Publication - ProgressiveGrocer, Published on - November 30, 2016
The increased popularity of milk alternatives has the dairy industry in a quandary.
Publication - NACS, Published on - November 30, 2016
How Kansas City, Mo.\'s Smart Foundation Will Allow for Proactive Positioning of City Services
Publication - Govtech.com, Published on - November 30, 2016
Philips Photonics to ramp VCSEL production
Publication - optics.org, Published on - November 18, 2016
Behind pharmacy counter, pill-packing robots are on the rise
Publication - CNBC, Published on - November 15, 2016
How genetic testing companies are using automation to save time and money
Publication - CNBC, Published on - November 10, 2016
RedHill full steam ahead on stomach-illness drug
Publication - BioPharma Dive, Published on - November 10, 2016
Growing Threat of Attacks Fuels Rapid Growth In IT Security Markets
Publication - Channel Partners, Published on - November 08, 2016
Carmanah Technologies Changing Paths For Future Revenue Acceleration
Publication - BayStreet.ca, Published on - November 03, 2016
Global Market for Machine Vision Technologies Eyes Double-Digit Growth December 08, 2016
Exponential Growth in Global Markets for Circuit Elements with Memory December 08, 2016
WWT Infrastructure Lacking As Global Needs for Water Services Rise December 07, 2016
Smart Infusion Devices Evolve in Response to FDA Pressure, Stimulating Market Growth December 07, 2016
Advances in Laser Technology Spurs Market Growth in Photonic Applications December 06, 2016
Advances in ALD Technology Boosting Commercial Applications December 06, 2016
Nanotechnology Sees Big Growth in Products and Applications December 05, 2016
Sharp Rise in Global Cancer Rates Driving Demand for Vaccines December 05, 2016
Water Filtration Sector Surges in Global Market for Nonwoven Filter Media November 29, 2016
Nation's Capitol Seeks to Flush Nonwoven Wipes From its Sewers
Those popular flushable wipes may no longer be flushable, at least in our nation's capital.
Not because of any design flaw, but because of the Nonwoven Disposable Products Act, which prohibits the labeling of any nonwoven disposable product as flushable, sewer-safe or septic-safe unless the claim is substantiated by “competent and reliable scientific evidence.”
No Man is an Island. No Robot is Either: Co-Bots Enter SE Asia Market
Poet John Donne's oft-quoted line refers to the notion that humans don't thrive when isolated from others. Although he was a Christian, Donne's concept is shared by other religions, principally Buddhism.
Nanomaterials Offer Potential for Cancer Diagnosis and Destruction
Nanomaterials have the potential for cancer diagnosis and therapy simultaneously. Separate investigations by researchers in France and in the United States suggest the results could be particularly effective for aggressive forms of cancer.
The Eyes Have it for Embedded Technology
Between 2010 and 2050, the number of cases of diabetic retinopathy will almost double, from 7.6 million to 14.6 million, per the National Institutes of Health.
Low-Cost Technology Improves Drinking Water in Developing Countries
In Swahili, "Maji Safi" means "clean water."
It's also the name of a start-up company dedicated to promoting effective water sanitation and hygiene (WASH) practices through creative education to fight waterborne diseases.
Go West, Young Man, to Western Greenland
In Greenland, there's calcium feldspar "in them thar hills. There's millions in it." The mineral could prove as valuable as the mountainous gold that inspired this quote back in the rough-and-ready days of the California Gold Rush.
Uncle Sam Battles Cybersecurity Workforce Drought
What if there was a war and nobody came?
It almost seems that way for the U.S. government, in terms of recruiting cybersecurity professionals in the ever-expanding war on cybercrimes.
Point of Care: Greasing the Skids for Efficient Healthcare Delivery
Point-of-care (POC) diagnosis, or near-patient testing, takes place wherever the patient is. In other words, it includes any screening or diagnostic test that is performed outside of a main hospital laboratory. The wider availability of POC testing is revolutionizing the continuum of the patient care process by providing laboratory results quickly and efficiently. A shorter turnaround time, as well as a quicker diagnosis leading to faster treatment, yield cost savings. The success of this approach relies on the development of miniaturized devices for POC testing. Emerging new technologies are allowing earlier adoption of smaller, more accurate, and easier-to-use devices.
Novel Raman Spectra Technique May Help Detect Martian Life
In 2020, NASA plans to launch a Mars rover that will probe the Red Planet for remnants of ancient microbial life, let alone Matt Damon's abandoned scientist Mark Whatney.
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