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Content posted in March 2003
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Fujitsus New biometric, capacitive sensing device targets high volume, low cost consumer electronics applications
Hard Charger
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Michelle Manzo Leads NASA Efforts To Advance Battery Technology
Compact Powertrain Boosts Bicycles
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IC engine gear set fits confines of bike frame
Fluid Power
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Compact Sensor Delivers Motion Control to Mobile Equipment
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Eliminates need for obtrusive modification of hydraulic cylinders
Spray it, Don't Melt it
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Kinetic metallization coats metal substrates without damaging thermal effects
Marathon Man
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Varian Medical s Thanos Etmektzoglou has helped make intensity-modulated radiation therapy a key weapon in the fight against cancer.
No Fog in Here
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Delphi engineers can not do anything about the weather, but they can keep fog from clouding your windshield
Engineering Achievement Awards
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Engineerings Role Models
Show Products
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Valve Cuts Cost, Improves Gas Flow Control
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Combines best features of ball valves and globe valves
Oil Filter Cashes in the Chips
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Magnetic impregnated material forms reusable metal particle traps
Liquid Assets
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German and American engineers, working together fluidly despite being separated by an ocean and six time zones, designed a machine that packages liquid pharmaceuticals to new standards of purity and accuracy
Hub Brake Keeps Skaters in Control
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Tiny torque tackler allows energy dissipation and natural movement
Simplified Design Keys Manufacturing in China
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Engineers design Oscilloscope with culture in mind
Drain Problems Solved
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David Flinchbaughs invention restores normality to patients forced to use urinary catheters
This Network Rocks
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Gibson Labs has found a way to send real-time audio over Ethernet, and music may never be the same
Ask The Search Engineer
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The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Materials & Fastening
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These new adhesives up the performance ante in their respective classes of tape and epoxy.
Maximum Impact
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Passionate about automotive safety, Engineer of the Year Tom Vos has spent 40 years focusing on a single event that is measured in milliseconds
Rapid Control Prototyping Buys Time
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It lets you test and fix algorithms during product development
Software/Hardware
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Cannula Delivers Oxygen, Measures Absorption
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Enables non-invasive, continuous monitoring of patients
Electronics
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Power clamp springs ahead
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New spring and plug extend terminal block utility
High-Tech Forceps Grab Award
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A students design for electrically controlled forceps could give surgeons better control in tight places.




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