STMS

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STMSSonoran Trails Middle School (Arizona)
STMSSt. Thomas More School (various locations)
STMSScientific, Technical, Medical, and Scholarly (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; publisher)
STMSSaluda Trail Middle School (Rock Hill, SC)
STMSSilver Trail Middle School (Pembroke Pines, FL)
STMSSci.Techniques.Mass.Spec (physics newsgroup)
STMSScanning Tunneling Microscopy Spectroscopy (physics)
STMSSanta Teresa Middle School (Santa Teresa, NM)
STMSSite Traffic Management Supervisor
STMSScottish Theatre and Music School
STMSSevern Trent Metering Services (UK)
STMSSick to My Stomach
STMSSociety of Tennis Medicine and Science
STMSSap Transport Management System
STMSSales Tax Management Service
STMSStudent Training Management System (Foreign Service Institute)
STMSSaint Timothy Middle School (West Hartford, CT)
STMSSusquehanna Township Middle School (Harrisburg, PA)
STMSSun Trust Merchant Services (payment processing)
STMSStock Trading Monitoring System
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Medical technology company eNeura Inc reported on Wednesday the receipt of the new 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to expand sTMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) indication to include children 12 years of age and older for the acute and preventive treatment of migraine.
* to provide LaGuardia students recruited as STMs with the necessary technology skills;
Experiments performed at very low temperatures and in practically airless conditions showed that an STM tip can move an HB-HBP molecule that holds as many as five copper atoms that the molecule has picked up.
Gross and his colleagues used an STM tip to shove the new molecule around on a copper surface.
Initially, the STMS will replace MTMC's Global Freight Management and Integrated Booking Systems.
Modes of Operation Current mode and topographic mode are two of the modes in which STMs can operate.
Andreas Heinrich at IBM's Almaden Research Center in San Jose, Calif., who employs STMs to build nanoscale structures, says, "I'm going to use [this technique] next week."
Lyding recalls that he and his department colleague, John Tucker, immediately realized that the STM could find use in studying CDW structure and electronic behavior.
Pascual's group has shown that it's possible to use STMs with "surgical precision" to dictate the behavior of individual molecules on a surface, he says.
More typically, though, STMs are priced at between $50,000 and $70,000 as more features, such as overhead viewing, additional scanning techniques, and various accessories, are included.