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Sensor-Based System Could Help Sufferers of ALS, Cerebral Palsy
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Start-up company rolls out new communication technology at NIWeek
Mattel Recall Was Made in China
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Mattel yesterday recalled more than 18.6 million toys it manufactured in China, citing problems with lead paint and loose magnets
Robocars Take on DARPA's Urban Challenge
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Autonomous vehicle competition will put 36 robocars through their paces in a mock urban environment
2007 Engineer of the Year Finalist Michael Dhuey’s Hardware Knowledge Helps Breathe Life Into iPod, TelePresence
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Veteran electrical engineer shows willingness to handle myriad tasks
2007 Engineer of the Year Finalist Martin Fisher’s Money Making Technologies
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As the cofounder and chief engineer of KickStart, Martin Fisher has created products that help Africa’s poor lift themselves out of poverty
Accurately Sensinga Battery’s State of Charge, Health
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9/3/2007  1 comment
Current, voltage and temperature provide the critical parameters
Anark Gets to the Core of 3D CAD Transformation
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New Anark Core platform repurposes CAD data for collaboration throughout the enterprise




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