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Content posted in June 2008
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National To Enter Solar Arena
Electronic News & Comment 
6/30/2008  Post a comment
Nuclear Power In The News
Electronic News & Comment 
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Novomer Scores With New Sacrficial Binder
Engineering Materials 
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Industrial Robot Plays Air Hockey
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6/18/2008  Post a comment
32-bit processor enables robot to think faster
Freescale Draws Industry Heavies to Technical Forum
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Conference targets embedded applications
New NVIDIA Tesla Platform Delivers 2X Performance Boost
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6/17/2008  Post a comment
New GPU line delivers 2X performance boost for graphics-intensive simulation and 3-D CAD applications
VW Goes For Thixomolding to Lighten the Load
Engineering Materials 
6/17/2008  1 comment
What Engineers Should Learn from the Big Dig Tragedy
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6/16/2008  Post a comment
Engineers need to understand basic failure modes of polymers such as creep resistance and rely less on supplier data sheets
Toyota, Panasonic Team Up On New Hybrid Batteries
Electronic News & Comment 
6/12/2008  Post a comment
Plastics From Potatoes? I Don't Think So
Engineering Materials 
6/9/2008  Post a comment
Sony PS3 Adds Ads
Electronic News & Comment 
6/4/2008  Post a comment
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