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Carbon Nanotubes Used as Pressure Sensors
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10/26/2007  Post a comment
RPI researchers study nanotubes' mechanical, electrical properties
An Explosion of Pneumatics Connectivity Options
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Suppliers continue intelligence to pneumatic components, in particular the ability to communicate via Ethernet IP and other varieties of industrial Ethernet
Kamen Driving Development of Stirling Engine Technology
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New Think City to incorporate fuel-less Stirling engine
Pilz Launching New PSENvip Safety System
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New system from Pilz offers safety with measurement for press brake applications
WiPower Provides Wireless Transfer of Electrical Energy
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Electromagnetic induction wirelessly powers and charges portable devices
White LED Applications Benefit from Highly Integrated IC Drivers
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Combined with improved LEDs, these ICs enhance several products
Cisco TelePresence Launches New Era of Video Conferencing
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With the development of the TelePresence video conferencing system, Cisco has breathed life into the science fiction video phones of the Jetsons and Star Trek
Productivity Means Sustainability
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Productive machines are more valuable for many reasons, including their contribution to sustainability
BL ident: A New Level of RFID
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TURCK introduces its new BL ident System to the industry
Memories Offer Non-Volatile Flash Alternatives
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Products fit military, industrial, medical, automotive applications
Second Life: A Virtual Universe for Real Engineering
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By applying SL building tools, engineers are facilitating a paradigm shift in computer-aided design
UVA Researchers Have an Ear for Fine Motion Control
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Piezo actuators and nano-positioning devices help unlock the secrets of human hearing
PAC Improvements
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Programmable automation controllers are getting speed, communications overhauls
Tool-less Process Creates Fast, Economic Housings
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Check out this budding process, for runs up to 10,000
Engineers Play Major Role in 2007 Solar Decathlon
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10/19/2007  Post a comment
Contestants showcase efficient houses built with solar technologies, recycled materials
RPI Researchers Develop Nanoblades
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10/16/2007  Post a comment
Nanoblades hold promise for hydrogen storage
TelePresence Photo 8
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