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Content posted in December 2005
Change Is a Comin’
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RoHS issues linger
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America's High-Tech Quandary
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In the U.S., engineering has lost the prestige it once enjoyed. Now, the country must figure out how to stay competitive with China, India, and other Asian countries determined to become the next engineering superpowers.
Motion Control
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New and Notable Product Design
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Dual and tri-axis acceleration measurements provide new functionality to several products. Here are five examples.
Web Resources
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We Can All Live for 100 Years
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A noted futurist probes technology's potential to dramatically extend human longevity
Delivering High Bandwidth to VMEbus
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The venerable VMEbus is renewing its competitiveness with a generation of boards that boost bandwidth into the gigabit-per-second range
CT Scanning Moves Ahead
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Version for dentists scans skull in 20 seconds
Embedded CAE Tools Make a Complex Design Simpler to Analyze
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An integrated CAD-CAE environment helps engineers perform linear, nonlinear, and dynamic analyses on a wretchedly complex mechanism
Electronics
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Slack Variable Episode II: Pas de Q
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Slack Variable VS. The Segway Samurai
Just For Appearance Sake
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High-power light treatments target unsightly skin conditions
In the Marketplace
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Meet Dr. Robot
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Teleoperated devices enhance the skills of medical professionals in surgery and diagnostics
Ask The Search Engineer
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The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Skip The Housing
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Motor vendors give OEMs a shot at built ins.
Tick-Tock, Tick-Tock
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Broadband Videophone
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Bridging Islands of Information
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How is Open PLM different from other types of PLM software?
Monitoring in Motion
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Making ECG recordings during normal activities
Fluid Power
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Artificial Skin Heals
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Material speeds burns and wound recovery
Advertisers Index
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Aerogels Heat Up
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These nanotech insulating materials have left the lab




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