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Lyn Evans, CERN physicist. Lyn Evans (born 1945) is a Welsh physicist who became one of the leaders of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) particle accelerator at CERN, the European particle physics laboratory.

Dr. Tobias Cramer, Asst. Professor and Researcher at University of Bologna, Italy   Bioelectronic interfaces offer many potential medical breakthroughs including restoring hearing, creating artificial retinas to restore eyesight and many other neural advances for

High surface area mesoporous carbon is successfully manufactured from natural wood via this green technique under development at Intelligent Composites Laboratory, The University of Akron     "By using Scanning Thermal Microscopy technique on an Atomic

Q: Park Systems is the leading AFM technology for both academic and industrial users. What were the key factors for Park’s enormous success in advancing AFM technology for both types of users who

Möbius strips are simply a three dimensional structure that has only one side. It’s very simple to create, for example, twisting a piece of paper gives you the Möbius stripsshap. TheMöbius strip created

Dr. Christoph Friedrich Dene Christoph Friedrich Deneke (CD) got his final degree (Dipl.-Ing.) from the TechnischeUniversität Darmstadt (Germany) in 2000. Afterwards, he moved to the Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart (MPI-FKF) to

Dr. Weber-Bargioni’s group is focused on imaging and correlating local optical properties and the local electronic structure to provide an insight into optoelectronic processes at the native length scale via state of the

Commercializing Newest Nerve Regeneration Protocol and Advancements in Pediatric and Cardiavascular Treatments at Stanford University School of Medicine David K. Stevenson, MD, renowned neonatology leader at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford and Stanford Children's