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Content posted in May 2004
Elastomer cure
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Speedy Glass Bonding
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New adhesive system saves process steps
Radical New Design Proposed for Dragsters
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A large sidepod wing could add stability and side-impact safety
Speedy touch
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Sensors expo
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Beta Wars
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With a little incentive, customers can directly impact their own software and their own product development
A True Match
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DuPont has created a simple tool that aids engineers in special-effect color comparisons
Bearing Down on Records
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Ceramic bearings trim weight to increase speed
Riderless Vehicles Race the Mojave (Almost)
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Hardware and software are keys to traveling circuitous course
Formula for Test Success
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Ferrari, Infineon race to complete data logger
Latch training
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Will This Recession Ever End?
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Some signs of hope for engineers, but many remain adrift in the job market
Fresh ink
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Smco magnets
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