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Content posted in July 2003
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Bug Zapper
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Rubber fights bacteria
Engineering Students You'd Love to Hire
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Snapshots of some of the best and brightest engineers to be
Simplified Drives Highlighted at Hannover
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Simplicity and modularity help ease design integration
Engine Appeal
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Lending ARM a Hand
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Chips, software pumps up offerings
Work Together
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Big checks
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Info, Please
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Research for the real world
They Look Out for the Little Guy
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Engineers find a way to share files with small vendors
Iron Improvements
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A new ductile iron creates some much-needed harmony between tensile properties, fatigue resistance, and machineability
Pal Mickey is Here, There, Everywhere
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Disney's ubiquitous computing
Miniature Servovalves Go to the Races
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New hydraulic technology helps pack speed and power into Formula One racing vehicles
A Linear Slide for all
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Low price could open up new markets
CAM Do
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Step Aside, Please
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Low-cost infrared camera helps identify SARS patients
The 'I' Word Comes to Engineering
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Itanium2 Processor revs up auto analysis
Rapid plastic
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Casting in Control
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Multi-axis control within 0.050 inches permits precise part pulling




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