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Controls Corporation of America (Virginia Beach, VA) has named Patrick Carlucci vice president sales and marketing. The company manufactures specialty-gas-flow-control equipment for medical and industrial applications. . . . The fifth International Worksho¥on Femtosecond Technology, held at AIST-Tsukuba Research Center in Tsukuba, Japan, focuses on femtosecond optoelectronics, femtosecond lasers and applications, and materials for femtosecond technology. . . . According to the United States

Also in the news . . .

Controls Corporation of America (Virginia Beach, VA) has named Patrick Carlucci vice president sales and marketing. The company manufactures specialty-gas-flow-control equipment for medical and industrial applications. . . . The fifth International Worksho¥on Femtosecond Technology, held at AIST-Tsukuba Research Center in Tsukuba, Japan, focuses on femtosecond optoelectronics, femtosecond lasers and applications, and materials for femtosecond technology. . . . According to the United States Enrichment Corp. (USEC; Bethesda, MD), the atomic vapor laser isotope separation (AVLIS) process successfully passed the latest in a series of tests designed to show that it can enrich uranium to a level approaching that necessary for commercial plant operation. The demonstration is the culmination of a series of nine test runs over the past two years at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (Livermore, CA) aimed at building and operating the key AVLIS components at plant scale.

Compiled by Bonnie Heines

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