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Content posted in October 2010
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Braskem Announces First Bio-Polypropylene
Engineering Materials 
10/30/2010  Post a comment
Monkeys Made the Lexus HVAC Buttons
Made by Monkeys 
10/30/2010  Post a comment
Conductive Compound Boosts LED Performance
Engineering Materials 
10/29/2010  Post a comment
Plastics Business Makes Big Comeback
Engineering Materials 
10/28/2010  1 comment
It's Good to be Green at K 2010
Engineering Materials 
10/27/2010  Post a comment
The Case Of The Floating Dock
Sherlock Ohms 
10/27/2010  2 comments
Do Biopolymers Make Sense?
Engineering Materials 
10/23/2010  Post a comment
Enter the mbed challenge
Gadget Freak 
10/22/2010  Post a comment
Gold Replacement Research Shows Promise
Engineering Materials 
10/20/2010  Post a comment
Control Design: Pervasive and Perplexing
Blog 
10/20/2010  Post a comment
Feedback, feedforward and a disturbance observer get the job done!
My Mercedes Was Made by Monkeys
Made by Monkeys 
10/19/2010  Post a comment
Economic Recovery in the Offing?
Blog 
10/19/2010  Post a comment
I'm not about to argue that I see a full-blown economic recovery on the horizon. But I have been hearing an awful lot of positive news directly from some significant industry players over the past six months ... and it's not all about how good business is in Asia.
LEGO automatic transmission
Gadget Freak 
10/15/2010  Post a comment
DCS Security
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10/13/2010  Post a comment
The Ben Heck show
Gadget Freak 
10/11/2010  Post a comment
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