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Powerful, Intricate Technology Taught in CVTCs New Tool and Die Program

To get an idea of the intricacy possible in machining and tool making these days, consider the following: using electro-discharge machining, or EDM, you can tunnel into the thin side of a dime, remove all the metal under the image of Roosevelt, and leave the top and lower surfaces of that same dime...

Chippewa Valley Embraces Nanotechnology

...matter at the atomic and molecular level, one definition of nanotechnology. Ihlenfeldt said that a proposed 80,000 square foot incubation center at cvtcs Gateway Campus, could house fledgling nanotechnology and other firms. The CVTC president said the capital equipment and costs required by nanotech ven...

Leaders Rally from The Valley

...nesota as well as University of Wisconsin-Madison on this program. CVTC President Bill Ihlenfeldt has proposed 80,000-square-foot incubation center at cvtcs Gateway Campus that would house emerging nanotechnology firms. We already have over 30 students who have expressed interest in applying to the pro...
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Fontana Nissan has New Nissan Cars! Call 800.427.1845. ... Engine: 1.8L DOHC 16-valve Cvtcs I4 ... 1.8L DOHC 16-valve Cvtcs I4. FONTANA NISSAN - BOTTOM LINE ...

2005 Infiniti G35 Sport Coupe - Specs | Performance Data | Specifications

Roadtests.com presents specs (specifications) and ... continuous variable valve timing (CVTCS) Bore & stroke: 95.5 x 81.4 mm; ... timing (CVTCS) ...
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Breaking Biology News(10 mins):A start-up at NJIT develops bleeding-control gel for brain surgery 2Sophisticated radiation detector designed for broad public use 2Sophisticated radiation detector designed for broad public use 3CNIO scientists develop technology to redirect proteins towards specific areas of the genome 2
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