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Content posted in January 2001
How to cram 26 letters onto a 10-digit keypad
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Data entry on cell phone may get easier
Shearography checks helicopter blades
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Helicopter manufacturer checks helicopter rotor blades with shearography
MR damper 'naturalizes' prosthetic leg
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Two companies have completed a prosthetic device that improves mobility.
Super-size shocks stop stadium shakes
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SAFECO stadium has it covered
Big changes for Ford SUVs
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The 2002 Ford Explorer have new platforms
Walk this way
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A new bipedal walking robot
Sneak Previews
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Breakthroughs on the horizon
Volvo views offset crash tests
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Volvo initiates new crash test barrier
Cyberland
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Engineers, learn-on!
Sneak previews
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Breakthroughs on the horizon
Sticky films develop
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New bonding technologies offer moisture curing and more.
Got milk? Ask your refrigerator
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The Electrolux Screenfridge has a computer built in.
Cyberpage
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We search the Internet for sites of interest for engineers.
X-Type marks the spot
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Jaguar
Suppliers bring Internet to motorists
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Cruise the information highway while you cruise the highway.
Automakers prepare the consumer connection
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Report from Convergence 2000 conference.
Get your lumens on Route 66
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The American Solar Challenge hits this historic highway.
Magnetics attract fluid power innovations
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Digital signal processing and faster computing speeds provides MR fluid with performance.
Locking hub helps high-tech harvesting
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Computer technology hits the fields.
Cyberland
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National Engineers Week
Surfing at the South Pole
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Web surfers can navigate geographically.
Ain't that tough enough!
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Structural steel enhances crash safety performance.
Paper transponder cuts RFID costs
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Smart cardboard hits the supply chain.




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