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Content posted in March 2009
A gadget that parallel parks
Gadget Freak 
3/28/2009  Post a comment
Why Subaru Needs Fatter Workers in Indiana
Engineering Materials 
3/24/2009  Post a comment
New Aluminum Alloy Features Multiple Layers
Engineering Materials 
3/23/2009  Post a comment
Asian Cars Dominate Ratings...Again
Electronics News 
3/17/2009  Post a comment
New company offers XrF testing
Lead-Free Zone 
3/16/2009  Post a comment
The Case of The Raving Racer
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3/16/2009  Post a comment
Spring fatigue causes a race car to surge ahead at full throttle
Do You Know Where Your E-Waste Is Going?
Blog 
3/16/2009  Post a comment
The U.S. needs federal rules regarding proper disposal of outdated electronics, rather than shipping them overseas
Apple Rolls Out Talking iPod
Electronics News 
3/11/2009  Post a comment
Rocketeers Aim For The Sky
Electronics News 
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Adaptor Plug Defeats Its Purpose
Made by Monkeys 
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