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posted in October 1997
Night-vision drives back the dark
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See-in-the-dark technology is poised for use at the turn of the century
Engineering News
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Firm perks with PEEK
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A product developed in 1978 and a company formed in 1993 have a profitable relationship
Washington beat
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Resins reach the engine
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Polymers hit the engine
In brief: Materials
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Sensors make cars smarter
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Advancements in sensors, today
Chrysler's digital trailblazer
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A computerized projection screen allows engineers from Chrysler to design without paper
SUV overpowers traditional cars
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Dreams Meet Reality
Safety:Does it sell cars?
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Design News readers face off on this buying-decision issue
Utility marries luxury
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Can they live happily ever after?
Technology bulletin
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Late developments that shape engineering
Washington Beat
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Focus on the future
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Automakers are investing in technologies for the millenium
How automakers tackle reliability
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Dependability winners
Product News
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Hot products
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Prowler advances aluminum technology
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Prowlers engineers and designers maintained a direct link between concept and reality
Airbags: Materials make a difference
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Are airbags needless killers?




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