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technology report – the Heraeus technology magazine

05.08.2013
technology report 04, 2013

Source: Heraeus
The fourth issue of our technology report has been published in August, 2013

The fourth issue of our technology report has been published in August, 2013. The 50-page magazine offers a mix of popular and scientific topics that take readers on a journey through the innovative and varied world of products from the 160-year-old precious metals and technology group.

The articles in technology report illustrate our wide range of business activities and technological expertise.

In current issue of our technology magazine, we report e. g. why the discovery of the Higgs or God Particle required replacement parts from Heraeus, why motorcycle catalytic converters and sensors for heat meters are conquering China, and why the tracks on solar cells are getting thinner and thinner.

The topic overview offers you some insight into selected topics of the new issue of the technology report.

Technology report is aimed a broad readership and offered free of charge in English and German by e-mail at technologyreport@heraeus.com.

Dr. Jörg Wetterau
Konzernkommunikation
Leiter Technologiepresse & Innovation
Heraeus Holding GmbH
Heraeusstr. 12-14
63450 Hanau
T +49 (0) 6181.35-5706
F +49(0) 6181.35-4242
joerg.wetterau@heraeus.com

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