Free Seminar: Polymeric Materials in Life Sciences

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  • 11:20AM Aug 16, 2013
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Do you work in the life sciences?  Have you faced challenges like these? “Polymers… I don’t understand them but I can’t live without them.” “I am looking to manufacture a device to be used in the life sciences.  What polymer properties are most important?” “If I change to a different polymer, will my product behave […]

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Materials Science Bridges the Gap between Catastrophic Event and its Root Cause

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  • 12:58PM Jul 25, 2013
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Notable catastrophic bridge collapses in Minneapolis and Washington State have garnered public attention related to the structural integrity of many of the nation’s bridges. More cause for concern is the 2013 Report Card published by the American Society of Civil Engineers which states that one in nine bridges in the United States is structurally deficient. […]

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IONICON Analytik Selects RJ Lee Group as Exclusive U.S. Distributor for Real-Time Trace Gas Analysis Products

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  • 12:23PM Jun 24, 2013
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(MONROEVILLE, Pa., June 24, 2013) RJ Lee Group, Inc. materials characterization laboratory and industrial forensics consulting firm today announced that it has become the exclusive U.S. distribution partner for IONICON Analytik GmbH’s Trace Gas Analysis products including the Proton Transfer Reaction – Mass Spectrometer (PTR-MS) trace gas analyzer. This highly sensitive analyzer allows real-time monitoring […]

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Collected Intelligence Promotes Safety and Readiness

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Automate, Consolidate, Forecast The U.S. Air Force fleet team for jet engine propulsion systems was charged with improving the safety and operational use of jet engines. During that process, they were able to generate fleet data from engine sensors, maintenance systems and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) models from numerous airbases. However, they did not have […]

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Extending the Safe, Healthy Life of Jet Engines While Improving the Readiness and Availability of the Fleet

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Personnel safety is of prime importance to all our armed services and so the aircraft that the U.S. Air Force flies must be in A-1 condition at all times. The complex systems and sub-systems of a jet engine require individual attention including varying degrees of maintenance required to remain in top condition. And so, decision […]

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Nanotechnology- RJ Lee Group Designs and Conducts a Multiphase Study

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Nanotechnology – the Good and the Unknown Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale. This technology has already improved our lives with cleaner and more cost-effective energy sources and more efficient drugs. However, the unique properties exhibited by unbound engineered nanoparticles (UNP) can also potentially cause adverse health effects to workers […]

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Analyses Reveal Viaduct Concrete Failure Not Consistent

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An east coast government agency was concerned about the structural integrity of a viaduct on a main north-south highway that handled approximately 75,000 vehicles a day. The structure, which consisted of a 42-foot wide concrete deck of 40 spans and piers, was built in 1953 and was exhibiting signs of general degradation. The agency had […]

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