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June 22

Steve Yakshe @Sensors: Terri McCann and I had a great meeting and tour of Hampton University yesterday. HU has several competencies including water quality analysis and laser-induced flourescence spectroscopy.

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June 13

Steve Yakshe @Sensors posted a photo: The Sensors Technology Cluster team visits Norfolk State University's 6000 ft2 clean room on May 31, 2012. Many thanks to NSU for hosting us and showing us their excellent capabilities. (Out and About!)

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June 12

Community Manager 2 @Sensors created a discussion forum How to Attract Government R&D Support

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Community Manager 2 @Sensors created a discussion forum Ideas on Promoting New Technologies

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May 17

Steve Yakshe @Sensors: Rick, is this in response to my comments to you yesterday?

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Rick Lally @Sensors in reply to Steve Yakshe: Actually posted that before we spoke:)

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May 15

Rick Lally @Sensors: Cross cutting industry challenges for sensors- high temp electronics, hermetic sealing, connectors...

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The sensors and instrumentation heritage traces its origins to NASA Langley Center’s large propensity for broad research in this area. Applications in engineering, software development, services, etc., span the diversity of automation at the ports to environmental monitoring to continued support to NASA’s space and commercial flight research to specialized military applications including logistics, unmanned systems and security. Specialized sensor technologies are resident in piezoelectrics, electro-optics, imaging, and automation and robotics.

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