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Content posted in November 2005
Startup Focuses on Grid Computing
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Many servers tackle large tasks
Pumping up a clean up
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Waste shredder maker calls on supplier to help meet
Stanford Engineers Say Software Keyed Grand Challenge Victory
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Machine learning enabled vehicle to cut its errors
Urban Legends Get Technical
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Debunking bearing mythology
Piezoelectric Motor May Move Mountains…
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…of lenses, that is
Juggernauts Advance
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RFID strides into China
3D Printer Shoot Out
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These increasingly popular prototyping systems go head to head in a dimensional accuracy study
Weapons in the New Cold War
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Companies race to develop innovative devices to thwart terrorists
Human side of HMI
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Preh’s human-machine interface eases driver distraction
Police Officers Go Digital
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Video, wireless links give officers access to more data
Plastic bearings go to extremes
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Extreme Plastic Bearings: New plastic compound enables bearings to endure high loads and temperatures
Turbine to Go
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Small, simple unit promises reliability in sandy conditions
Idiot Lights for the Home
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ZigBee enables uncomplicated home monitoring
Solar Inches Forward
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Focusing on integration issues, lower costs




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