Japanese telecom opens liason office at UW-Platteville
...le chemistry major, will be the first to spend six months in Japan working in NTT's laboratories as part of the program.
Tanaka said the firm chose platteville
because it has "good people, good technology and a good market." But to find out how much of a market there is for the Japanese company, initially the...
WiSys to distribute $1 million in research funds
...man company, Gaskatel GmbH , develops, produces and distributes electrochemical electrodes, converters, and sensors. It has enlisted the expertise of platteville
chemistry professor Jim Hamilton, an authority on H 2 alkaline fuel cells, material science, and polymer synthesis utilization. He will conduct long-...