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Content posted in April 2007
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Luxura HD Helps Type One Diabetics
Engineering Materials 
4/9/2007  Post a comment
Would You Let Your Car Do the Steering?
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4/9/2007  Post a comment
Collision avoidance might one day commandeer the wheel
If Citizens Can Be Journalists, So Can Engineers
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The Internet has spawned the "engineer journalist"
DAQ Application Functions Supplied on aChip
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A chip that provides functions most DAQ applications need cuts down on time spent specifying filters, choosing analog-to-digital converters and determining how to communicate with a microprocessor.
Lean Manufacturing
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In order to implement lean manufacturing, stick to the basics
Multi-Axis Materials' Tester
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Single fixture tests shear, compression and tension
Will China Dominate in Auto Design?
Engineering Materials 
4/6/2007  Post a comment
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