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Sensor technology's changing skyline
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Projected to surpass fifty billion U.S. dollars by 2008, the global market for industrial sensors continues to grow-from consumer electronic appliances to the factory floor
Optics on-board
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Microphotonics expands the limits of silicon IC technology
Engineers bank better $alaries
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Although salaries are not going hog wild, our survey shows where the money is
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Plastics with a Bluetooth bite
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Bluetooth and other wireless communications standards call for a materials-selection strategy centered on electrical properties
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Less time for more work
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Seeking ways to get their products to market more quickly, engineers are taking on more projects, outsourcing some of their R&D work, and relying on the Internet for help
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