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Content posted in March 2008
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LeCroy Takes Complexity out of the Box in Redesign
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Use of finger tabs and self-clinching inserts cuts fastener count from 103 to 42 in an oscilloscope top box DFMA project
Crane-Supported Restaurant Serves Dinner 180 Feet High
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Dinner In The Sky concept could be coming to Orlando, FL
SMU Dean Geoffrey Orsak on Engineering Education
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Geoffrey C. Orsak, dean of the engineering school at Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas, shares his views on engineering education
Survey Says: U.S. Engineering Education is Pretty Good
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Students, recent graduates content with decision to pursue an engineering education
Teaching The New Engineering Skills
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Engineering students will need to go beyond the fundamentals and focus on the cultural and business skills the workplace now demands
Plastics Engineering Degrees: The Pros and Cons
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Plastics engineering programs offer opportunities to learn theory and then practice on real processing equipment
Improving the Control of Diesel Engines
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Electronics technology advances diesel performance and addresses shortcomings
Movies Get Framed
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Where’d That Go?
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Tactile Switches Offer Smaller Size, Longer Life
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Targeted at applications in automotive, consumer electronics
Small Engineering Schools Harvey Mudd, Olin, Rose-Hulman Offer Big Results
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Harvey Mudd, Olin College and Rose-Hulman Institute offer a successful alternative to the big-university model
Improving Hybrid Vehicle Performance with Technology
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New electronic products target high voltage and high power
Fostering Design Software Ideas
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Autodesk labs online development forum lets engineers and users discuss and collaborate on the technology
Automotive: Hybrids vs. Clean Diesels
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Car companies give consumers more powertrain options
Deere's Speedy New Dozer
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The company's newest dozer rides on a unique four-track drive system for big gains in grading and travel speeds
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