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com)-- Copyhouse Press Ltd of London have, following growth of the business, launched a new imprint.
Scrape imprints were also taken by gently scraping the cut surface with the edge of the slide and smearing the material on the other slide.
Technique for imprint smear: The imprints were prepared according to technique described by Tribe (1973) [2]: (i) Slides properly labelled by glass marking pencil.
As part of the agreement, a new spin-out firm will be established that will retain its original Molecular Imprints name.
A durable diamond-tipped stylus to directly imprint on titanium, stainless steel, and other hard metals up to 200 HV.
Matter imprints of stored light could be manipulated in the atomic cloud to produce quantum messages, which could then be sent out in the form of light.
As the newest nanopatterning system from Molecular Imprints engineered specifically for the HDD market, the Imprio HD2200 delivers a high throughput of double-sided disks and superior precision pattern fidelity-making it the world's most advanced nanopatterning system for patterned media applications.
The cavities are highly specific towards the molecule that imprints the polymer, making molecularly imprinted materials suitable for use in isomer separations, catalysis, biosensor assays or in controlled drug delivery (Rechichi et al.
The second phase of Harlequin's double-barreled seduction of African American readers was the company's November 2005 purchase of BET Books, the publishing arm of Black Entertainment Television that includes the Arabesque, New Spirit and Sepia imprints.
The rise of black and Latino imprints have meant, at the least, a lot more opportunity for people of color to get their books out there, with the bonus of a modest to sometimes large advance.
The sale of the two imprints was made pursuant to the Millbrook Press, Inc.
NewsRx, with imprints, now publishes 100 titles, all weeklies except for one quarterly.