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Content posted in September 2000
The changing canvas of the Internet
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9/18/2000  Post a comment
The Internet changes in its potential and its offerings on a daily basis.
New-wave detectors
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9/4/2000  Post a comment
Millimeter waves could detect more weapons-and speed security checks at airports
The value of engineering
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9/4/2000  Post a comment
Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
Hey, look us over!
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9/4/2000  Post a comment
With this issue of Design News, we introduce a brand new look.
Designer's Corner
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9/4/2000  Post a comment
Useful technology for your idea file
Partly cloudy with a chance of rain
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9/4/2000  Post a comment
The lighter side of engineering
Dielectric film for aircraft capacitors
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9/4/2000  Post a comment
Breakthroughs on the horizon




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