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Content posted in December 2005
Tin Whisker Problem Looms Over Aerospace and Defense
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Engineers in aerospace and defense are sending out anonymous warnings that the tin whisker problem is not being taken seriously
Caterpillar Opens Its Doors
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A test group forms that works well with others
Fluid Control By Wire
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MR fluids gain notice
Software Comes to Radio
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Software defined radios are in the military's future
New Clarity For Plastic Glazing
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NHTSA clarifies position on polycarbonate for automotive windows
Projects Pose Grand Challenge
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Engineering schools go for hands-on approach
Massive Computing System Making In-Roads On Superconductor Behavior
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Sixty-four refrigerator-sized units use 2 million Watts of electrical power
A trip to the fair
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St. Louis hosts this year's Rockwell Automation show

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