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Holy moving telescope!
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Hydraulics star in Batman and Robin movie
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Engineering looks toward China
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Manufacturers find China has opportunities and pitfalls
Snake attack!
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Fluid power squeezes the highest performance from mechanical serpents in Anaconda
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CEBus aims to cut power use
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Power companies could turn off home appliances on a rotating basis
Software charts troubled waters
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Computer simulations are showing communities how to get out of the way and let nature take its course
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Engineers on a wild ride
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Salaries, job satisfaction up
Software enables component reincarnation
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Programs give engineers a peek at disassembly costs, and options for reusing/recycling parts




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