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Interface Tech News has selected Sea View Technologies as a finalist in its special November issue highlighting companies that are changing the way business is done.
News from Sea View Technologies (23 October 2006)
The IEC Broadband World Forum Europe closed with attendance of nearly 6500 telecomms professionals from 120 countries.
News from International Engineering Consortium (19 October 2006)
Distribution show set to expand in 2007
The 2007 Electronic Distribution Show and Conference will be held from 15th to 17th May at the Paris/Bally's hotel complex in Las Vegas.
News from Electronic Distribution Show Corporation (19 October 2006)
A graduate from Brunel University has designed a wireless speaker that sits inside a user's hat or headband, rather than inside the ears.
News from Brunel University (17 October 2006)
Environmental seminar in Santa Clara was well attended by many local and out of state electronics manufacture representatives.
News from Sea View Technologies (17 October 2006)
The Design and Technology section of MMU Cheshire is seeking industrial partners that need help with specific projects, especially those eligible for DTI funding.
News from MMU Cheshire (13 October 2006)
The fourth Organic Electronics Conference and Exhibition (OEC-06) was held from 25th to 27th September 2006 in Frankfurt, Germany.
News from Organic Electronics Association (OE-A) (12 October 2006)
Buyers support Hong Kong electronics shows
Electronics and components buyers surveyed by Global Sources said Hong Kong is their preferred trade show destination in Asia.
News from Global Sources (11 October 2006)
National Physical Laboratory's Electronics Interconnection Group has been strengthened with the recruitment of Dr Davide Di Maio.
News from National Physical Laboratory (10 October 2006)
The International Engineering Consortium (IEC) estimates opening day attendance of 6000-7000 at its European flagship event, the Broadband World Forum Europe.
News from International Engineering Consortium (10 October 2006)
A new, three-year research collaboration between key players in the plastic electronics field is set to accelerate the speed at which printed organic materials come to market.
News from Plastic Electronics Foundation (10 October 2006)
The International Engineering Consortium will present key players at the Broadband World Forum Europe to discuss the importance of content and mobility this week in Paris.
News from International Engineering Consortium ( 9 October 2006)
Photonics and the future of communications
"Making light work: photonics and the future of communications" will be held on 9th and 10th November 2006 at The Moller Centre, Cambridge.
News from Cambridge-MIT Institute ( 3 October 2006)
A conference on the Future of Plastic and Thin Film Photovoltaics will be held on Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th November 2006 at the Intercontinental Hotel, Hamburg, Germany.
News from Intertech-Pira (29 September 2006)
Design Chain Associates and Eptac Corporation have developed a series of six monthly one-hour webcasts, each on a unique topic, starting on 18th October 2006.
News from Design Chain Associates (28 September 2006)
IMEC will present 17 papers together with its core partners at the IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting from 11th to 13th December 2006 in San Francisco.
News from IMEC (28 September 2006)
Global Sources China Sourcing Fair: Electronics and Components at AsiaWorld-Expo will be more than 30% larger than its Hong Kong debut in April.
News from Global Sources (27 September 2006)
This year's InfoVision Awards will be presented at the Broadband World Forum Europe.
News from International Engineering Consortium (26 September 2006)
The University of Cagliari will demonstrate a prototype of an innovative undergarment made from smart fabrics at the forthcoming Plastic Electronics Conference.
News from Plastic Electronics Foundation (25 September 2006)
Messe Munchen is offering manufacturers of semiconductor equipment who want to continue to exhibit in Munich the opportunity of taking a stand at Productronica.
News from Messe Muenchen (25 September 2006)