By SARA CLEMENCE
NORTH GREENBUSH — Something’s cooking at Ceralink Inc. At least, it appears to be. A turntable rotates inside a humming microwave, a brushed-metal model found in many American homes. But what’s inside the appliance is not for eating, and the person watching it is no chef. Ceralink is working with advanced materials, figuring out ways to process them faster and more efficiently using a technology that, until now, has been mostly confined to the kitchen.
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