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SABIC Completes Deal for GE Plastics
Engineering Materials 
8/31/2007  Post a comment
Bad Engineering Plagues the Space Shuttle
Engineering Materials 
8/25/2007  Post a comment
Get ready for the Chery World car
Engineering Materials 
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Nano Ceramic Improves Titanium Implants
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Gadgets Go Green
Gadget Freak 
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A Play Date in 3D
8/15/2007  Post a comment
Global Warming Debate Turns Uglier
Electronics News 
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Who Can You Trust among Distributors?
8/13/2007  Post a comment
Buy direct from franchised distributors to avoid being victimized
Portable Navigation Systems Work, Right?
8/13/2007  Post a comment
If they don't work correctly, these devices can be a distraction
Fully Tested IMU is Ready to Go
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Several programmable features add to unit's factory-calibrated precision
I-35W Bridge Collapse: Rush to Judgment
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Global Warming Is A Hoax*
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