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Content posted in February 2003
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How Hot is Mac OS X? Flaming
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Graphic measurement software gets rave reviews
Design Contest
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CAD elite meet
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Tuned In
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Caltech grad students tunable solidstate laser could cut telecommunications and remote sensing costs
Stick together
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This Volvo Won't Roll
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Differential braking and throttle control system aid SUV handling
Engineers Getting More Software Choices
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Interfaces improve; collaboration included
Study aids
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Use a Number Two Pencil Only, Please
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Administrators ponder ways to get more engineers to take the PE Exam
Don't Go Nuts Over Structural Fastening
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A European take on structural fastening comes to America
Copper Books IC at 90
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Prototype provides 90 Mbits/sec over copper lines
Users Opt for Hydraulic Machinery Retrofits
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New controls bring added life to older systems
Drives step up
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So charge it!
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Lane Oiler Bowls 'em Over
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Controls bring precision to bowling lane surface treatment
Dam good!
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A Site for Sore Eyes
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Website overhaul in the works
Shock Treatment
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Defibrillator engineers design out the false positives
Control Freak
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The University of California at Berkeleys Homayoon Kazerooni has developed a system that can control even large plants with a single cable.
FEA Still Spreading Its Wings
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Ex-aerospace engineers take it from its roots to consumer products
Bearing beefs
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Here's Your Pink Slip
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Recent layoffs prompt some to wonder if engineering is taking too much of a beating
Silver shines
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New Elastomers Boast Enhanced Properties
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A trio of much-improved stretchy materials
Flat line
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