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National To Enter Solar Arena
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Nuclear Power In The News
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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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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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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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Engineers need to understand basic failure modes of polymers such as creep resistance and rely less on supplier data sheets
Plastics From Potatoes? I Don't Think So
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Sony PS3 Adds Ads
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