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Content posted in August 2005
Zig Behave
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Your sneaker may be trying to tell you something.
Technology Molds GI of the Future
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The Army is making big investments in new soldier systems
"Plastics" Return to Original Meaning, but With Light
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Use of photosensitive polymer switches in plastics could find use in medical implants
A Win for the Paperless Society
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Thomas bans a book
CFD for the Masses
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Simple software tackles tough computational fluid dynamics problems
Standards Ease Cable Selection
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Look for the cable label
Nanograss Provides Effective Thermal-Transfer Surface
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Billions of silicon posts aid in transferring heat from silicon surface to the liquid coolant
Embedded Code Made Easier
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Embedded development module creates code for hardware engineers
MEMS Assist Microdetectives
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Advanced gas-sampling procedure increases test validity
Like Oil For Water
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A transfusion and a transplant preps an old press for a new mission in Georgia
M/V Lollipop, Now With Diesel Electric
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What turns props on cruise ships works for private yachts, too
About E2E
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