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Heraeus Inside: technology report 2008 published

09.05.2008
How innovative catalysts in the fertilizer industry aid in environmental protection, ultraviolet lamps ensure clean drinking water, sensors improve steel production or tiny electrodes restore a regular heartbeat - information on all of these subjects can be found in the inaugural issue of technology report 2008, published by the Heraeus precious metals and technology group.

Offering a combination of intriguing reading material and technical information, the magazine invites readers with an interest in technology to explore the wide range of innovative products manufactured by the family-owned company.

Heraeus’ precious metals, such as platinum, its temperature sensors, dental and medical products, quartz glass and specialty lighting sources are found in virtually every industrial sector - whether it is the chemical industry, steel production, medicine, the automotive industry, semiconductors, electronics, telecommunications or the aerospace industry.

The articles in technology report 2008 highlight the broad range of business activities and technological expertise offered by this globally active company.

The magazine is intended for a wide readership, including customers, universities, institutions, students in the natural and materials sciences and technology networks.

Available in German, English and Chinese, technology report 2008 can be ordered free of charge by logging on to http://technologyreport.heraeus.com or sending an e-mail to technologyreport@heraeus.com.


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