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posted in April 2005
E2E Materials Webcast: Showcase for Innovation
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Experts share design, manufacturing, and cost-saving secrets
LED Outlook Brightens
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More applications are switching to solid-state lighting
Electrons on Wheels
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Electronics are giving cars today features well beyond those visions from yesterday
Wake-Up Call for Inattentive Drivers
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New warning systems guard against lane departure accidents
Experts to Discuss Hottest Automotive Issues
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Special Design News on-line conference set for May 17
A Measure of Confidence
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New method brings consistency to evaluating fatigue life of critical welds on cars, ships, and other structures
Bring on the Potholes
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Active suspension system from sound giant Bose has received rave reviews, but more challenges are ahead
Back to the Future
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Exhibit provides a glimpse into auto design history
Broadening Their Fields
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Less costly FPGAs aimed at broader markets
Tomorrow's Army Starts to Take Shape
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New programs harness a raft of cutting-edge technology
Motorcycle Mania
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American Chopper hosts visit SolidWorks conference




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