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Content posted in February 2008
NVIDIA’s Quadro FX 3700 Ups CAD Performance
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2/25/2008  1 comment
Graphics board delivers performance boost of up to 2X
Skin Patch Provides Medication That Sticks
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Band-Aid like, medicated skin patch works like a wireless IV for up to seven days
Two Chinese Auto Makers Ready Plans to Invade U.S. Market
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At the Detroit Auto Show this week, two Chinese manufacturers announced plans to introduce entry-level SUVs, pickups, sedans and minivans by the end of the year
Storing More Safely
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Conference addresses the needs of a variety of users for storing information
In Direct Digital Manufacturing, Better Motion Control Means Better Parts
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Stratasys Corp. has been upgrading the motion control systems on its fused deposition modeling machines
Copper Hybrid Eliminates Soldering in LED Process
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All functions are integrated in a fully automated new process demonstrated in an Arburg production cell
Hard Disk Drives Gaining Momentum in Autos
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Toshiba, Seagate roll out 80-GByte hard drives for cars
Autodesk Serves up DWF Files to Search Engines
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Users can search for and retrieve 3D data stored in DWF files using familiar Google and Microsoft Live Search terms
Army Using Sensors to Build Better Helmets
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Accelerometers, pressure transducers help military understand the brain trauma




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