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14-06-2018 | Materials Technology | News | Article
New scanning electron microscope
The inauguration of a new field emission scanning electron microscope at the WesterWaldCampus in Höhr-Grenzhausen marks the start of further research and development projects in the field of inorganic materials, glass and ceramics at Koblenz University of Applied Sciences.
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24-09-2018 - 28-09-2018 | Materials Technology | Europe | Event
Tecnargilla is one of the world’s most important exhibitions in terms of ceramics and brick suppliers. This year it will be held from 24 to 28 September 2018 in the Rimini exhibition centre.
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