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XRD is a non-destructive technique used for the identification of a crystalline phase or mineral. It can also provide information on structures, preferred crystal orientation, and other structural parameters, such as average grain size and strain distribution.
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If you have a need for automation, where do you turn for “non-salesy” advice to find the best solution?
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Characterizing material properties for quality control and R&D laboratories, including: tensile, compression, shear flexure and fatigue/fracture. Maximum Capacity: 50kN (5,000 kg, 11,250 lb)Test Speed Range: 0.001 to 600 mm/min (0.00004 to 24 in/min).
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The Systems Engineering Graduate Certificate program is interdisciplinary and open to all matriculated College of Engineering graduate students or any matriculated or non-matriculated student who has a bachelor’s degree from a recognized engineering program or an allied science.
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Given sufficient light, the human eye can distinguish two points 0.2 mm apart. Imagine being able to distinguish 3.5nm to 50nm (sample dependent). Magnification: 15 to 100,000x.
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The Utah Nanofab brings together experienced researchers, engineers and scientists with backgrounds in nano-fabrication, nano-scale surface analysis, and industrial process design.
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The MEP National Network™ is able to connect U.S. manufacturers that have relevant production capabilities and capacities with other manufacturers – enabling them to fulfill current market and societal needs.
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Get direct access to wide-ranging, world-class technical expertise available at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) research laboratories and user facilities.
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Get ahead of the curve by achieving MedAccred audited output from a given process or product. OEMs and their suppliers will increasingly be required use MedAccred certified suppliers.  
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Do you have an idea for a medical device? The Center for Medical Innovation at the University of Utah is the place to put your idea into motion.
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Whether you’re looking to sharpen your skills or learn new ones, Executive Education offers experiential-based, impact-driven programs for all career stages.
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The Capstone Design Program matches a team of motivated senior undergraduate mechanical engineering students with an engineering project defined and funded by an industry sponsor HOW IT CAN HELP You advance your project without requiring in-house resources You get to know and evaluate students with specific interest in your company
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Do you need to understand the fundamental Thermodynamic and kinetic properties of materials critical to your success?
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The Benchtop X-ray Powder Diffraction uses X-ray diffraction on powder or microcrystalline samples for structural characterization of materials.
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Struggling with an impossible technical problem limiting your competitiveness? Whether it is material, sensor, electronic, data, chemical, civil or mechanical, let us tap into our resources to bring you a solution.
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The Systems Engineering Graduate Certificate program is interdisciplinary and open to all matriculated College of Engineering graduate students or any matriculated or non-matriculated student who has a bachelor’s degree from a recognized engineering program or an allied science.
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Whether you’re looking to sharpen your skills or learn new ones, Executive Education offers experiential-based, impact-driven programs for all career stages.
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The Capstone Design Program matches a team of motivated senior undergraduate mechanical engineering students with an engineering project defined and funded by an industry sponsor HOW IT CAN HELP You advance your project without requiring in-house resources You get to know and evaluate students with specific interest in your company
Learn More
XRD is a non-destructive technique used for the identification of a crystalline phase or mineral. It can also provide information on structures, preferred crystal orientation, and other structural parameters, such as average grain size and strain distribution.
Learn More
Characterizing material properties for quality control and R&D laboratories, including: tensile, compression, shear flexure and fatigue/fracture. Maximum Capacity: 50kN (5,000 kg, 11,250 lb)Test Speed Range: 0.001 to 600 mm/min (0.00004 to 24 in/min).
Learn More
Given sufficient light, the human eye can distinguish two points 0.2 mm apart. Imagine being able to distinguish 3.5nm to 50nm (sample dependent). Magnification: 15 to 100,000x.
Learn More
The Benchtop X-ray Powder Diffraction uses X-ray diffraction on powder or microcrystalline samples for structural characterization of materials.
Learn More
The Utah Nanofab brings together experienced researchers, engineers and scientists with backgrounds in nano-fabrication, nano-scale surface analysis, and industrial process design.
Learn More
Do you need to understand the fundamental Thermodynamic and kinetic properties of materials critical to your success?
Learn More
Get ahead of the curve by achieving MedAccred audited output from a given process or product. OEMs and their suppliers will increasingly be required use MedAccred certified suppliers.  
Learn More
Do you have an idea for a medical device? The Center for Medical Innovation at the University of Utah is the place to put your idea into motion.
Learn More
If you have a need for automation, where do you turn for “non-salesy” advice to find the best solution?
Learn More
The MEP National Network™ is able to connect U.S. manufacturers that have relevant production capabilities and capacities with other manufacturers – enabling them to fulfill current market and societal needs.
Learn More
Get direct access to wide-ranging, world-class technical expertise available at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) research laboratories and user facilities.
Learn More
Struggling with an impossible technical problem limiting your competitiveness? Whether it is material, sensor, electronic, data, chemical, civil or mechanical, let us tap into our resources to bring you a solution.
Learn More