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Content posted in November 2007
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Marine Current Turbines Pursues Partnership in Canadian Coasts
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11/29/2007  Post a comment
MCT’s tidal turbines expected to deploy in Nova Scotia and British Columbia
One Controller Does It All for Machine and Robot
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11/27/2007  Post a comment
Integrating kinematics into general motion controllers promises to eliminate some stand-alone robot controls
C&K Repositioned in Market under CoActive Technologies
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11/20/2007  Post a comment
New switch releases include KMT and KSC ST series
Industrial Design: The Competitive Edge
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11/19/2007  Post a comment
At Phillips Plastics, industrial design services bring far more to a product than aesthetics
Electric WheelTug System to Move Planes on the Ground
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11/19/2007  Post a comment
The new WheelTug system uses a high-torque AC-induction motor to drive taxiing airplanes while their engines stay off
Sport Science Puts Athletic Performance in Engineering Terms
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11/19/2007  Post a comment
In Sport Science, Fox Sports used wireless accelerometers, high-speed cameras, tactile sensors, load cells, gyroscopes and more to learn about athletic performance
Efforts Grow to Design for Disassembly
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11/19/2007  1 comment
It will be increasingly important to consider how products can be taken apart for easier recycling
Businesses Need 'CCO'
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11/19/2007  Post a comment
Corporate success often hinges on good design
This Week in Engineering History: The Archives
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11/15/2007  1 comment
Here at Design News, we're digging up history - browse through 60 years of engineering innovations
A Culture of Innovation at 3M
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11/13/2007  Post a comment
3M staff vice president of research Larry Wendling speaks about 3M’s culture of innovation
World’s Smallest Radio Receiver Developed in Carbon Nanotube
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Newly developed carbon nanotube radio receivers show potential applications in sensors and augmentation
Global Teams Look to Service-Oriented Architecture
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Standards-based protocol could help engineers communicate with teams in India, China
U.S. Army Eyes Carbon-Graphite Foam Batteries
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Carbon-graphite foam developed by Caterpillar replaces lead plates to dramatically extend battery life and enhance performance
Advanced TV Components Hit the Market
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11/8/2007  Post a comment
Suppliers roll out processors and wireless chipsets for HDTV
Fixing New Orleans’ Flood Pumps
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11/5/2007  Post a comment
Did the engineers who built New Orleans’ huge flood protection pumps after Hurricane Katrina get a bad rap? Judge for yourself
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