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Content tagged with Materials & Assembly posted in April 2009
Patented PVC Material Helps Hide Soldiers, Vehicles
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4/30/2009  Post a comment
Military Wraps'TM Photo VeilTM used for surveillance, counter-surveillance
New Barrier Polymer Offers Biodegradability
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4/29/2009  Post a comment
Applications will include high-strength, flexible, antistatic, and hydrophilic functional products.
Microsoft Takes Heat from Xbox 360
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4/21/2009  Post a comment
Vacuum-sealed copper pipe is key to mitigating thermal overheating and reliability problems
Salomon 'Ghost' Freerider Alpine Ski-boot Features Corn-Based Elastomer
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4/14/2009  Post a comment
No performance is sacrificed with renewably sourced polymer
Consider Carbon Nanotubes for ESD Applications
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4/9/2009  Post a comment
Major capacity increases will create better economics
MIT's AgeLab is Engineering for the Ages
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4/8/2009  Post a comment
AGNES helps engineers design products anyone can use
Boeing's 787 Dreamliner Closer to Taking Flight
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4/7/2009  Post a comment
Company plans to have first 787 off the ground before July 1




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