Engineers Develop Smallest Microscale Plasma Transistors

A team of electrical engineers from the University of Utah has developed the smallest plasma transistors that can endure high temperatures and ionizing radiation. Measuring one to six microns long, these new transistors are 500 times smaller and operate at one-sixth of the voltage of current microplasma devices.

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New Edition of SAE AIR1351H Published

A new revision of AIR1351 has been published by SAE International. AIR1351H applies to “Manufacturers' Identification of Aerospace Electrical and Electronic Wiring Devices and Accessories.” The new revision... Read More...
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Home improvement books recalled

Oxmoor House, Inc., a publisher based in Birmingham, AL, has issued a second recall in 10 months for certain titles of its home improvement books published under the Sunset and Southern Living imprints. The mos... Read More...