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  • The American Ceramic Society - Provides the latest technical, scientific and educational information to members and others in the ceramics field. Includes a ceramic knowledge center.
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  • Busek Company - Develop bonding processes suitable for many of the major types of bulk and composite silicon carbide.
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  • Center for Micro-Engineered Materials (CMEM) - Materials science research and ceramic and composite materials research at the University of New Mexico. The Center's specialty is the chemical synthesis and processing of ceramic related materials on a molecular and near molecular level.
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  • CERAM Research - Provides contract research, consultancy, analysis, testing and other services for ceramics and materials based industries including refractories, building materials, tableware, tiles, sanitaryware, advanced ceramics, metals, environmental and information services.
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  • CeZIR Ceramic Components - Hard, wear-resistant, low thermal conductivity ceramic with high fracture toughness and bend strength.
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  • Du-Co Ceramics - Manufacturer of ceramic parts in steatite, cordierite, porcelain, magnesium oxide, alumina and forsterite for commercial and industrial applications.
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  • ETH: Nonmetallic Inorganic Materials - Department at the Swiss Institute of Technology, active in the areas of colloid chemistry, ceramic processing, functional and structural ceramics, and modeling. Overview of research and education.
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  • German Ceramic Industry Association - Informational site on technical ceramics - materials, properties, fields of application and German manufacturers.
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  • Glass Technology Services - British company offering services to the glass industry including analytical and diagnostic services, process instrumentation and consulting. Includes information on research and technology.
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  • NexTech Materials, Ltd. - Research, develop, and manufacture ceramic materials for the fuel cell (SOFC and PEM) and electrochemical markets.
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  • Rutgers University Materials Science and Engineering - Rutgers University Dept. of Ceramic and Materials Engineering
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  • Shanghai Institute of Ceramics - A research organization specialized in research, development and industrialization of advanced inorganic non-metallic materials.
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  • Swedish Ceramic Institute - The industrial research institute works with ceramics, their processing and fabrication as well as with materials properties.
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  • U.S. Advanced Ceramics Association - USACA promotes the use of advanced ceramic materials in industrial applications.
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  • Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG) - The Laboratory of Ceramic Materials (LMC) offers information on research areas and projects, equipment and publications. [English, Portuguese]
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  • University of Erlangen-Nürnberg - Department of Materials Science (Ceramics and Glass), Germany.
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  • Valley Design Corporation - Information on aluminum oxide substrates as an alternative to BeO.
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  • VIP-Digest - Interactive collection of information sources for advanced engineering ceramic materials.
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