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Content posted in March 2006
Simple Robot Assembly
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Despite its name, the VEX robot kit goes together easily
‘SuitSat’ Broadcasts Messages From Space
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Electronics in the space suit's torso sent ham radio messages to school children around the world
Robotic Software Simulator
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Aids robotic development
Flash Forward
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Memory usage explodes as capacity soars and pricing drops
Design Goes Global
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Web fuels collaborative product development
Detroit's New 'Car Guy'
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Tom Watson, Design News' Engineer of the Year for 2006, is one of a new breed of automotive engineers who know energy management as well as they know engines and transmissions
National Manufacturing Week
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What's hot at National Manufacturing Week
Useful Polymers That Fade Away
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Preclincial trials point to explosive growth for bioabsorbable polymers in coronary stents and other implantable devices




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