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Content posted in September 2005
It's a Small World After All
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"Nano" offers fresh answers to engineering challenges
Single-Chip Solution For Passive Keyless Entry
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Combines analog front end, microcontroller in one package
Calling New Markets
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Motorcyclists among cell users
Like a Hot Knife Through Ice
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Free from a glacial grip, a World War II plane flies again
Stunning Competition
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Stinger to strike at Taser market
New School Prepares Graduates
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Aims to attract, retain students
DaimlerChrysler Swims With The Fish
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From the Evolution of the Species dept.
RSS Feeds: Not Just for ESPN and CNN Anymore
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If you haven't heard of RSS feeds yet you will soon
Renowned School Revamps Lab
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Students set to embrace latest motor technologies
Software Predicts Composite Cracking
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Abaqus FEA software now gives engineers a better understanding of crack propagation
Golden Measurement
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Auction for meter goes to charity
Valve Delivers a Turbine's Perfect Pitch
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Servo valve with built in control eliminates a PLC
Age Discrimination Hits Younger Workers
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Many fifty-something engineers turn to consulting
Destroying Ben Movies and Other Unwanted Digital Data
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Piranha makes CDs, DVDs unreadable in a hurry
Human-Powered Subs Set Speed Record
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Student competitors learn engineering principles
Drive-By-Wire Making Commercial In-Roads, at Last
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SKF demonstrates steer-, brake-, and throttle-by-wire




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