CCSEM for Powder Metal Characterization and Contamination Identification

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Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is quickly becoming an industry standard for product manufacturing in a variety of applications, including medical devices, aviation and aeronautics parts, and transportation. The powdered metals used in these products have introduced a wide range of questions for experts, who must determine whether the feedstock material is appropriate and sufficiently free of contamination […]

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Steel and Nitriding: XPS vs SEM – Which is the Correct Tool to Use?

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  • 9:21AM Dec 10, 2015
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This is the second in a series of blog posts on X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) by Dr. Jerry LaSalle, an expert in XPS surface analysis and physical and powder metallurgy. Dr. LaSalle’s areas of concentration include stainless steel passivation qualification, metallurgical failure analysis, additive manufacturing, and powder metallurgy consultation. XPS determines nitrogen chemistry and depth of […]

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Making the Case: Using the SEM in Glass Delamination Investigations

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  • 10:07AM Mar 10, 2014
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The life sciences industry faces persistent challenges in assuring glass compatibility with products. One of the most serious challenges is that of glass delamination. Glass delamination, which occurs in vials, is a complex result of various factors including product composition, glass composition, glass forming temperature, and surface treatment. When delamination results in lamellae (flakes) or […]

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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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DRI Asbestos Medicine Seminar

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  • 2:15PM Nov 08, 2012
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RJ Lee Group will be serving as a sponsor for DRI’s Asbestos Medicine Seminar that will take place in Miami Beach, FL.  DRI, the leading organization of defense attorneys and in-house counsel, has prepared the Asbestos Medicine Seminar to include sessions led by both scientists and legal experts, and the sessions will focus on providing […]

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DRI Construction Law Seminar

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  • 2:26PM Sep 20, 2012
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RJ Lee Group is sponsoring DRI’s Construction Law Seminar in Phoenix, AZ.  The Construction Law Seminar is designed to enhance the practice of construction industry professionals, particularly advanced litigators seeking to hone their case resolution skills.  As a sponsor, RJ Lee Group will include informational materials for attendees as well as have some of its […]

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RJ Lee Group Brings Semantics to Forensic Evidence Management with OWLIM

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  • 11:15AM Jul 12, 2012
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(MONROEVILLE, Pa., July 12, 2012) Pictures from the crime scene, tests on the murder weapon, the toxicology report; all the information a CSI investigator might need can now be retrieved and organized more easily with semantic technology. RJ Lee Group, a developer of information management systems for law enforcement, has chosen to integrate the OWLIMTM […]

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RJ Lee Group to Present Seminar on Nanotechnology Characterization for the Life Sciences

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  • 9:55AM Jul 18, 2011
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(MONROEVILLE, PA – July 15, 2011) Ms. Julianne Wolfe, Manager, Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Services at RJ Lee Group, Inc., and Dr. Kristin Bunker, Senior Scientist, have been invited to conduct a seminar at the Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (BTEC) at North Carolina State University. As the life sciences incorporate nanomaterials into their Quality by […]

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North Carolina Chinese Business Association (NCCBA) to Present Seminar “Beyond the Horizon” The Application of Nanotechnology in Personalized Medicine

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  • 3:33PM Jun 14, 2011
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Nanotechnology and Personalized Medicine are two of the most rapidly developing areas of biomedical research and the most promising technologies for improving healthcare and human life. Dr. Lin Wu, Director of Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Services at RJ Lee Group Inc., Monroeville, PA and one of the founding trustees of NCCBA will be the featured speaker in […]

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