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Micro Matters is now approaching its second year having been extremely well received in its inaugural first year launch. Exploring the latest processes and techniques used in microfabrication of MEMS and nanotechnology, the publication covers the latest in tools and equipment for ultra precision engineering right down to the sub micro level. Although not inclusive the following lists some of the focuses each issue will include: Optics, Imaging, Test, Meterology, Medical, Automotive, Microfabrication, Micro fluidics, Micromachining, Micro moulding, MEMS, Nanotechnology, Precision engineering, Industry comment, Sensing, R&D and News & Industry spotlight.
Electronics provides a balanced and informative reference source, focusing on the cutting edge in this dynamic and fast-paced industry. With its combination of well-informed news, products and feature articles, it offers an easily digestible commentary on new technology, legislation and supply chain issues.
Published by Specialist Media, CIE with its distinctive look and editorial, provides the electronics industry with in-depth coverage of the latest market trends, devices and technological developments and is essential reading for design engineers, specifiers and buyers. Published 10 times a year CIE is also available in a digital format as is the annual distributor directory, the ultimate in product procurement. The distributor directory is the comprehensive source for electronic components, with detailed information on distributors, the manufacturers represented and the products and services provided.
Commercial Micro Manufacturing (CMM) magazine helps an international audience of micro, high precision and MEMS engineers identify, evaluate and select the most commercially viable manufacturing technology for their business. Published seven time a year, CMM provides articles, editorials, news and views in print, digital and online formats.
Eurotec print publication has been the reference in the microtechnology field since 1959. Each edition (published 6 times a year) provides targeted communication to companies active in “small and precise” fields. Its audience covers the entire European and Swiss markets. Eurotec targets in particular business leaders in the field of production and precision technology. Its editorial content is published in three languages: French, German and English.
The Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA) is the leading voice of the nanotechnology industries. On behalf of membership across Europe and around the world, we support the development of nanotech innovations that improve the lives of consumers, preserve our environment and advance our world.
NIA and our Members are committed to the safe, sustainable and beneficial use of nanotechnology and nanomaterials across all industries. We believe in fostering a better understanding of nanotechnology’s important role in society and building a positive global environment for nanotech innovation.
The german language technical magazine dihw is published quarterly and reports about high performance tools for use in the processing of metals, composite materials, natural stone, concrete, wood and wood products as well as glass, and other products such as water forming in deep frozen products using diamond jets. Specialist scientific papers from research and industry form the foundation for an editorial policy covering many industry sectors from the viewpoint of application and specific utilization of tools made of hard metal, ceramics or with other high performance coatings.
The well-respected trade magazine dihw is addressed to decision markers in the industrial diamond branch, as well as a wide range of readers in machine manufacturing and tool making, large industry players and those in research and development. More recently many new readers come from the international automobile industry as well as highly specialized suppliers for innovations in aviation and space travel. dihw readers are users of high performance tools for use in the processing of metals as well as natural stone, concrete and glass, and processors in the woodworking and plastics industries.