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Content posted in March 2008
Chinese Molds Are 'Far behind' Global Standards
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China’s indigenous mold industry is behind in almost every possible respect: capacity, sophistication, and skilled labor
Microfabrica Produces Tiny Actuated Medical Tools
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Microfabrica's EFAB additive fabrication technology takes on minimally invasive surgical tools
Green Plug Strives Toward Universal Power Adapter
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Green Plug is working to come up with a universal power adapter that is compatible with USB but also more efficient at charging devices
Dassault Launches SIMULIA SLM
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New suite aimed at bringing simulation into mainstream product development processes
Autonomous Vehicle Could Reach Roads Soon
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Sensors, computers enable vehicle to brake, steer and avoid obstacles by itself
CES Wows Attendees
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TI, GM, BMW and Intel show off new technology for TVs and cars




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