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posted in February 2013
A More Natural Way to Learn
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2/26/2013  11 comments
With MapleSim, students can easily connect the analytic models in textbooks to the numeric solutions that result from the simulation. This openness is critical to student learning.
MD&M Show Highlights New Technologies
Electronics News 
2/20/2013  4 comments
From sensors to electronics to additive manufacturing systems, the recent Medical Design & Manufacturing Show in Anaheim demonstrated thousands of new and existing products.
Slideshow: Golden Mousetrap Gala
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2/18/2013  6 comments
See scenes from Design News's first annual Golden Mousetrap Awards ceremony.
Report: Farm, War Machines Rule Professional Service Robot World
Blog 
2/13/2013  20 comments
The International Federation of Robotics expects more than 90,000 professional service robots to be sold from 2012 to 2015.
Korean Researchers Invent Bendable Battery
Blog 
2/7/2013  41 comments
Korean researchers have developed what they are claiming is the world's first bendable lithium-ion battery, an invention that could pave the way for more flexible mobile and electronic devices.
Report: World Industrial Robot Demand Up 38 Percent
Blog 
2/4/2013  10 comments
The International Federation of Robotics reports that global sales of industrial robots increased by 38 percent in 2011 over 2010.




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