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Content posted in May 2008
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Adhesive Puzzle: Can You Help?
Engineering Materials 
5/28/2008  Post a comment
Cool USB flash drives
Gadget Freak 
5/22/2008  Post a comment
History of the video game
CAD/CAM Corner 
5/22/2008  Post a comment
Old PCs may fuel your car
Lead-Free Zone 
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DN Reader Builds His Own EV
Electronics News 
5/15/2008  Post a comment
USB Instruments Move Ahead
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5/12/2008  Post a comment
Unbelievably useful info on data measurement, collection and analysis from the test expert
The Mythical Battery in the Basement
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Electrochemists are still struggling to create a battery for a pure EV
Antec: The Bioplastics Debate Is Shifting
Engineering Materials 
5/7/2008  Post a comment
Precision Aluminum Molds Emerge in China
Engineering Materials 
5/6/2008  Post a comment
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