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Content posted in April 2002
Stronger steels build better bodies
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Advanced high-strength steels can produce light, safe, and efficient cars
Hard lessons for robots at the World Trade Center
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Lessons learned at Ground Zero by robotic designers
Mower uses water hydraulics
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Using water instead of petroleum-based products in hydraulic systems could save fuel
Electronics and propulsion make possible 'fly-on-the-wall' aircraft
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Micro Air Vehicles or MAVs have evolved
DARPA leverages technology for homeland defense
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AeroSense meeting discusses war on terrorism




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