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Content posted in January 2005
Annual Report
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Class of 2004
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Car yearbook features 130-plus new designs
New Approval
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A Big Job at the Eiffel Tower
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Engineers rebuild one of the elevators to the top
Simulation Saves Time
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Computer simulation models speed product development, reduce physical testing as well as production costs
Inspector Gadget
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3D printer solves a shooting case on CSI: NY
Mission Impossible
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PLC, pots, and pressure transducers help move concert hall
Dual Vision
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Ethernet Gains More Power
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Voice over Internet greatly enabled
Back to School
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Patent Office Faces Backlog Crisis
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Criticism heats up as the PTO scrambles to cope
Reservoir Tanks
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UWB Brings Speed and Questions
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