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The firm's main Copyhouse imprint has been restructured and now serves as the Copyhouse Press group's traditional press.
The Trapeze logo would be accommodated to reflect which member of the editorial team has edited the book in an effort to reinforce the "individuality" of the imprint.
With the help of operating surgeon, the freshly resected breast specimens were taken up for intra-operative imprint cytology.
Pureprint chief executive officer Mark Handford said his firm had been looking to add a large format production capability for some time, having previously worked on contracts together with Imprint.
Aims of the study: (1) To evaluate utility of imprint smears as diagnostic modality; (2) To study the merits and pitfalls of imprint smears techniques in the diagnosis; (3) To correlate the findings of imprint smears with histopathological findings.
As part of the agreement, a new spin-out firm will be established that will retain its original Molecular Imprints name.
In this research, SBA-15 hexagonal channels are used as nano-reactor in order to carry out the reaction between the imprint molecules and monomers.
The ability to imprint numbers, text, symbols, logos, photos, QR codes, and other graphics with precision.
Next, the researchers strengthened the magnetic field applied to the atom cloud to protect the imprint from interfering atoms.
This is our second-generation nanopatterning system for the HDD market, and it is demonstrating our ability to extend our core Step and Flash(R) Imprint Lithography technology to enable our customers to continue meeting their patterned media roadmaps.
They are: Dreamquake: Book Two of the Dreamhunter Duet by Elizabeth Knox and published by Frances Foster Books, an imprint of Farrar, Straus and Giroux; One Whole and Perfect Day by Judith Clarke and published by Front Street, an imprint of Boyds Mills Press; Repossessed by A.
In 1984, after a bitter rivalry that included several lawsuits, Harlequin acquired Simon & Schuster's Silhouette imprint.