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Content posted in June 1995
Powder Metal Gets Parts in Shape
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From cars to computers, engineers are using P/M technology to save money and deliver new options
Electric Eye on the Bottom Line
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Diversified Scientific Technologies, Inc. capitalizes on lean bureaucracy and design freedom
Design's next step: Serviceability
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Initial quality is not enough today. Add long-term responsibility to the list of design specifications
Innovation shines in North Carolina
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From computers to materials to fiber optics, Research Triangle has become a leading center for R&D
STRIM 6.0
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Plastic pancreas: New hope for diabetics
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Material technology aids researchers
Pneumatics Add Life To Medical Technology
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Innovations powered by pneumatics appear in hospitals,home health care, and process plants
Imaging reveals HEART damage
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Views of blood flow and malfunctioning valves improve diagnosis and treatment of cardiac problems
Electrodes restore hearing
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Dacron-enhanced implants bypass nerves to send sound directly to the brain
Muscle stimulator lets parplegics walk
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Parastep system offers the wheelchair-bound a new life
Laser 'sees' glaucoma early on
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New tomographic scanner detects changes in the optic nerve before vision damage occurs
Adhesives cut disposables' cost
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By helping engineers meet stringent QC and cost standards,adhesives make medical disposables possible




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