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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Ohio Newsletter for Saturday May 20, 2023 ( 8 items )  

COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 19 (TNSgov) -- The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio issued the following news release on May 18, 2023: Today the ACLU of Ohio filed a brief on behalf of the League of Women Voters of Ohio as amicus curiae to the Ohio Supreme Court in One Person One Vote v. LaRose, a case challenging the legality of recently passed Senate Joint Resolution 2, which unlawfully purports to create an August special election. Senate Joint Resolution 2, a proposal to increase the passage thr  more

Australian National University: Researchers Use Nanoparticles to Increase Light Frequency and Resolution of Imaging Systems
MATERIALS PARK, Ohio, May 20 (TNSres) -- ASM International posted the following news from its member company Australian National University: Physicists at the Australian National University (ANU) are using nanoparticles to develop new sources of light that increase the frequency of light that cameras and other technologies see by up to seven times. The researchers say there is "no limit" to how high the frequency of light can be increased. The higher the frequency, the smaller the object that c  more

Can-Eng Furnaces Contracted for Continuous Quench and Temper Furnace System
MATERIALS PARK, Ohio, May 17 (TNSpp) -- ASM International posted the following news from its member company Can-Eng Furnaces International: Can-Eng Furnaces International Limited, Niagra, ON, was recently contracted to engineer and commission a Continuous Quench and Temper Furnace System for a North American producer of mining, construction, and materials handling products. The purchase of this equipment is part of a larger plant expansion and initiative to bring foreign outsourced manufacturin  more

Ipsen Installs TurboTreater Vacuum Furnace at Taiwan Hodaka Technology
MATERIALS PARK, Ohio, May 17 (TNSpp) -- ASM International posted the following news from its member company Ipsen: Ipsen, Tainan City, TAIWAN, has announced the installation of a TurboTreater vacuum furnace for a customer in Southeast Asia. Established in 2002, Taiwan Hodaka Technology Co., Ltd. is an aluminum extrusion supplier, specializing in high-end aerospace aluminum alloys. They also produce products used in the sporting goods, consumer electronics and automotive industries. The Turbo  more

Mass Spectral Analysis Powered by Artificial Intelligence - MsFineAnalysis AI Introduces Automated Structural Analysis
MATERIALS PARK, Ohio, May 19 (TNSres) -- ASM International posted the following news from its member company JEOL: With more than 50 years of innovation in mass spectrometry, JEOL, Japan, is once again pushing science a step further with their introduction of msFineAnalysis AI, an artificial intelligence-powered software designed to automatically perform qualitative GC-MS analysis. msFineAnalysis AI offers a new structure analysis tool for unknowns that is specifically designed for the JEOL J  more

National Ground Water Association: Geothermal Included in Historic $11 Billion Investment to Advance Clean Energy Across Rural America
WESTERVILLE, Ohio, May 17 (TNSgov) -- The National Ground Water Association issued the following news release: The Biden-Harris Administration announced on May 16 the availability of nearly $11 billion in grants and loan opportunities to assist rural energy and utility providers in bringing clean energy such as geothermal technology to their communities across the country. This represents the single largest investment in rural electrification since President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Ru  more

Solar Atmospheres of Western PA Treats a Record Load of Titanium
MATERIALS PARK, Ohio, May 17 (TNSpp) -- ASM International posted the following news from its member company Solar Atmospheres: Solar Atmospheres of Western PA, Hermitage, PA, vacuum degassed a record 175,000 pounds of 6Al-4V titanium in their 48-foot-long vacuum furnace. The furnace load consisted of 154 sheets of titanium 40" wide X 240" long. It represented the largest and heaviest single load of titanium ever processed in Solar's history. Bob Hill, president of Solar Atmospheres of Wes  more

The Buckeye Institute: Ohio's Unemployment Rate Falls to 50-Year Low
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 20 (TNSgov) -- The Buckeye Institute, an independent research and educational institution that says its mission is to advance free-market public policy, issued the following news release: Rea S. Hederman Jr., executive director of the Economic Research Center and vice president of policy at The Buckeye Institute, commented on the newly released jobs report from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. "Ohio's unemployment rate fell to 3.7 percent in April, the lowest  more