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Content posted in August 2007
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Challenge X Teams Go Green with Revamped SUVs
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Challenge X teams alter SUVs for fuel economy
Robotic Challenge with Lego Mindstorms
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Teens, engineers to compete
Boeing Tackles Noise Pollution with PXI Express and Microphone Arrays
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Boeing takes aim at noise reduction
Sanarus Medical Uses Cryoablation to Freeze Tumors
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Freezing makes tumor removal outpatient surgery
NI Meets Concurrent Processing Challenges with LabView Software
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Programs must be changed to gain desired speed increases
Recovery Efforts Continue in Minneapolis’ I-35W Bridge Collapse
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Vehicles and possibly victims could be under the fragments of deck found around the scene of the I-35W bridge collapse
Macro Sensors Releases HSI/R 750 Series
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Hermetically sealed 4-20mA LVDT position transmitters
Recovery Efforts to Begin in I-35W Bridge Collapse
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Portions of collapsed Minneapolis highway to be removed
Structurally Deficient Bridges in the United States
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Though the conditions that triggered the catastrophic collapse of I-35W are not yet known, speculation surrounding the rest of the country’s bridges has begun
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