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Content posted in July 2005
Breaking the Next Flop Barrier
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7/18/2005  Post a comment
Cray expects to surpass petaflop level with the Black Widow, its next-generation supercomputer
A Familiar Dream in Mexico
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An engineer's look at outsourcing from south of the border
Servopneumatics Go Analog
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Technology opens new applications in force and pressure control
You're Hired!
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7/18/2005  1 comment
Engineering jobs appear to be coming back, but not everyone's convinced
New Suite on the Block
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New Webench toolset helps engineers select optimal signal-path applications
Emerson Will Build Electric Bike Motors
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Motor goliath to bring manufacturing expertise to WaveCrest specialty design
Holographic Data Storage Enters the Spotlight
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Advances in polymer science are part of an upcoming holographic storage medium
Embedded Code Made Easier
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7/12/2005  Post a comment
Embedded development module creates code for hardware engineers
Time Trial Win Puts Lance on Top, and Trek Engineers Survive a Time Trial of Their Own
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7/6/2005  Post a comment
In just four insanely short weeks, Trekís Advanced Concept Group completely redesigned the time trial bike that Armstrong rode to victory yesterday in the team time trials. Their ultimate goal? A seventh yellow jersey, of course.
Green Wire
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7/6/2005  Post a comment
Automotive wiring gets an environmentally friendly coating




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