Despite the contentious nature of the negotiations, as well as criticism leveled at some of the new provisions, analysts appear to agree that the USMCA represents an upgrade — albeit a modest one — over NAFTA for all parties included.
By Thilo Horvatitsch,SCHOTT North America, Inc. - Lighting and Imaging
The human body's inner clock synchronizes with the 24-hour light cycle in the earth’s environment, which can affect emotions and other health aspects. This article discusses ways to incorporate different types of lighting into medical environments to make a more positive environment for patients and doctors.
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By Dr. Hans-Peter Klein and Uwe Kramer,Micro Systems Technologies
Predictability is essential for PCB manufacturing. Without it, a product’s reliability cannot be assured. Conventional approaches to predictability often fall short. Inspection, for example, only reveals superficial flaws. Micro sectioning is destructive in nature and inadequate for complex PCBs with thousands of vias.
Liquid crystal polymers (LCPs) have been adapted to a variety of uses, including the development of catheters in the medical industry. This article discusses the use of LCPs and how ZEUS has exploited their properties to produce a monofilament fiber for the construction of a fully MRI-compatible catheter.
Understanding what is involved in injection-molding process validation and why it is important will help you choose a molding partner who can provide you with the confidence that your plastic parts will work well every time.
The world’s growing on-demand economy and the idea of real-time fulfillment of goods and services now drive business, whether it’s a business-to-consumer transaction at Amazon Prime or a business-to-business exchange at companies like Protolabs.
Understandable concerns about the cost and consistency of new technologies have convinced many companies to maintain traditional methods of labeling inspection. However, much of the industry appears oblivious to FDA regulations around quality requirements for label inspection.
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FLIR Systems, Inc - Research & Science
The surgical placement of Cochlear hearing implants behind the human ear requires a highly trained surgeon and can result in facial nerve damage, meningitis, tinnitus, infections, cerebrospinal fluid leakage, and potentially more.