Content posted in February 2009
Weird gadgets at CES
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EC unlikely to ban TBBPA
Lead-Free Zone 
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Improve Surface Appearance of Filled Nylons
Engineering Materials 
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CFL is one Crispy Critter
Made by Monkeys 
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Layoffs Continue For Engineers
Electronics News 
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Washing machine flood gadget
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'Top 5 Reasons to Stop Whining'
2/1/2009  Post a comment
Engineering students need to take responsibility for their education
The Cloud is Redefining the Rules of Electronic Design
2/1/2009  Post a comment
It's likely to change the landscape of electronics' design, good news for the future of electronic innovation

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