microengineering

microengineering

[‚mī·krō‚en·jə′nir·iŋ]
(engineering)
The design and production of small, three-dimensional objects, usually for manufacture in high volumes at low cost.
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Review on micro molding of thermoplastic polymers, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 14: 1-14.
Epigem, a microengineering company, based at Kirkleatham Business Park in Redcar, has contributed to the Combined Molecular Microscopy for Therapy and Personalised Medication in Rare Anaemia Treatments project (COMMITMENT).
The original animation by Light Productions brings to life these masterpieces of microengineering.
But soon, thanks to startup Qloudlab, based in the microengineering lab in Switzerland's EPFL tech university, these patients may be able to use the touch screens on their phones or other devices to test their blood coagulation, all in the comfort of their own homes.
Cranfield University - Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) - Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft - Iit Madras - Institute Of Microengineering And Nanoelectronics (Imen) - Imec (Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre) - Korea Institute Of Science And Technology - Material And Electrochemical Research (Mer) Corporation - Northeastern University: Nems Laboratory - Inframat Advanced Materials Llc - Nanoshell Llc - Sun Innovations, Inc.
King, Hydrophobicity of curved microstructured surfaces, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 2010.
He covers how we make small things, micropatterning of substrates and cells, microfluidics, molecular biology on a chip, cell-based chips for biotechnology, bioMEMS for cell biology, tissue microengineering, and implantable microdevices.
Washington, September 28 ( ANI ): An investment of only 2500 dollars in photovoltaic cells would provide more than enough electricity for the consumption of a four people household, thanks to the innovations accomplished by EPFL's Institute of Microengineering in Neuchatel.
Research interest Biomechanics and Microengineering
Though the notion of divine microengineering sounds like a god-of-the-gaps, the idea that God ordained evolution to create the human brain in such a way as to be receptive to him is consistent with Christian faith.
Its aim is to boost innovation and job creation in the northern economy, and it has already set up microengineering centre METRC and regenerative medicine centre Regener8.
The study was published in the Institute of Physics publication, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering.