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C2100-64 Compact Vacuum Conveyor Transports Pharmaceuticals and Powders
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Hygienic vacuum conveyor from PIAB features new COAX technology
APTCO Releases Portable Power Tool for Fastening Swages
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New tool fastens swages in 12 seconds
USC Researchers Use Analysis, Simulation Software to Model Tsunami Behavior
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Researchers are using modeling techniques, simulation software to visualize possible tsunami activity in the Indian Ocean
OSD Displays Offers Solution for Discontinued OSRAM PLED Models
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OSD-2864ASYCG01 drop-in display interfaces with existing systems
Polymer Vision's Readius Combines Electronic Reader, Cell Phone
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The new cell phone, e-reader and mp3 player features a foldable 5-inch screen.
Darkest Manmade Material Created with Carbon Nanotubes
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Strong absorption and low reflection may lead to uses in solar applications
Congress to Approve National Tunnel Inspection Program in Wake of Big Dig Ceiling Tunnel Collapse
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House expected to approve legislation tonight, Senate to take up bill later this year
iEye Electronic Contact Lens Will Allow Users to View, Navigate Data
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Tests have been conducted on a bionic eye being developed at the University of Washington
Trimble Navigation Systems Automate Tractor Steering
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Global positioning units can automate steering
PTC Launches Wildfire 4.0 Upgrade
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Mechatronics, digital rights management modules headline new CAD release
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