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posted in July 2004
Mars Scout Mission Going Straight to the Source
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Phoenix will look for life and safe landing
Rolling along —at least for most
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How are you faring compared to other engineers? Where are the openings and big bucks? What is your job outlook? Our exclusive annual salary survey tells all.
Tiny Transmitter
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On-chip antennas are less than one-tenth of an inch on a computer chip
No Defense for Linux
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Inadequate Security Poses National Security Threat
Product development MEs, EEs bask in sunshine
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The job outlook for mechanical and electrical engineers with at least 10 years of experience "may actually be improving significantly," according to Ben Liebstein, managing director of the recruiting firm Bennett Allen & Associates.




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