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Content posted in January 1995
Jetliners' future: BIG vs FAST
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Higher-capacity and higher-speed airliners vie to meet growing transoceanic air-transport demands
Electronics firms still make it big in Massachusetts
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1/23/1995  1 comment
The Miracle may have come and gone, but Massachusetts has not lost its entrepreneurial edge
'What-if' analysis moves to the desktop
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1/23/1995  Post a comment
Latest generation of PCs and workstations lets engineers run multiple analysis scenarios at ther desks
3D Studio, Release 4
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4-wheel drive steps back to the future
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1/23/1995  1 comment
The electronically controlled system of the 1995 Explorer brings back simplicity
MicroStation 5.0
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Hot Products
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Technology Forecast '95
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Emerging technologies will give engineers more flexibility in their designs. Here are some that will come on the scene this year.
Plastics target changing health-care needs
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Material suppliers answer industry call for less expensive, safer, longer-lasting medical devices




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