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Message Boards posted in July 2012
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Engine Mount Failure Shakes Oldsmobile
Last Message: 7/19/2012
  Comments: 35
Auto Climate Control Is Backwards
Last Message: 7/19/2012
  Comments: 67
Harley Hindered by Lower Belt Guard
Last Message: 7/19/2012
  Comments: 62
Robots Predict Humans' Moves
Last Message: 7/19/2012
  Comments: 15
3D Materials Expand Design Options
Last Message: 7/19/2012
  Comments: 15
How Do You Educate Yourself?
Last Message: 7/18/2012
  Comments: 17
Slideshow: Top 5 Automotive Trends to Watch in 2012
Last Message: 7/18/2012
  Comments: 21
Want to Make a Cool $500?
Last Message: 7/18/2012
  Comments: 8
Engineers tread on quiet tires
Last Message: 7/17/2012
  Comments: 2
Li-Ion Batteries in EVs May Last Longer
Last Message: 7/17/2012
  Comments: 18
DuPont Invests in Juno Spacecraft Composite Company
Last Message: 7/17/2012
  Comments: 3
Video: Swimming Robot Mimics Humans
Last Message: 7/17/2012
  Comments: 24
Video: Robots Develop Sense of Touch
Last Message: 7/17/2012
  Comments: 14
Does Hydrogen Pack Enough Power?
Last Message: 7/17/2012
  Comments: 1
Gadget Freak Case #175: Knock Clock
Last Message: 7/17/2012
  Comments: 1
Photovoltaic System Supplements Marines' Energy Needs
Last Message: 7/16/2012
  Comments: 15
Pegasus XL Launch Rocket Flies on Composites
Last Message: 7/16/2012
  Comments: 13
CFD Study Explores Cycling Drag
Last Message: 7/16/2012
  Comments: 20
Washing Machine Can Keep the Change
Last Message: 7/14/2012
  Comments: 31
A new way of doing business--concurrent engineering
Last Message: 7/14/2012
  Comments: 2
Petroski on Engineering: Checklists & Design
Last Message: 7/14/2012
  Comments: 21
Naval Researchers Fight Metal Corrosion
Last Message: 7/14/2012
  Comments: 8
My BMW Remembered Bad Settings
Last Message: 7/13/2012
  Comments: 11
Business IM-ing
Last Message: 7/13/2012
  Comments: 1
e-business directory
Last Message: 7/13/2012
  Comments: 1
Agile 9.2.2 Sports New Business Intelligence Features
Last Message: 7/13/2012
  Comments: 1
Salt Container May Raise Your Blood Pressure
Last Message: 7/13/2012
  Comments: 28
Chevy Volt Tech Watch: Regenerative Braking
Last Message: 7/13/2012
  Comments: 29
Slideshow: Electronics Beef Up Auto Safety
Last Message: 7/13/2012
  Comments: 19
Lawnmower Twisted Its Drive Belt Useless
Last Message: 7/12/2012
  Comments: 31
Energy Storage Could Make Electric Trains More Efficient
Last Message: 7/12/2012
  Comments: 30
Kenesto Takes an Un-PLM Approach to PLM
Last Message: 7/12/2012
  Comments: 4
LEDs Light Up Dodge Dart
Last Message: 7/11/2012
  Comments: 3
EV Battery Design Challenges Tackled by ANSYS CAE
Last Message: 7/11/2012
  Comments: 3
Solid Double Back Iron Skewed the Data
Last Message: 7/11/2012
  Comments: 8
Batteries' Chargers Require a Little Muscle
Last Message: 7/11/2012
  Comments: 48
Secure Android OS Developed for Soldiers
Last Message: 7/11/2012
  Comments: 5
DARPA to Develop 'Cognitive Fingerprint'
Last Message: 7/11/2012
  Comments: 8
Navy Funds Development of Tool to Model Biofuel Performance
Last Message: 7/11/2012
  Comments: 16
Plastic Components Couldn't Take the Heat
Last Message: 7/11/2012
  Comments: 29
Clippard Demonstrates Pneumatic Guitar
Last Message: 7/10/2012
  Comments: 1
Corrupt Data Filled the Air Waves
Last Message: 7/10/2012
  Comments: 14
App Navigates Arlington National Cemetery
Last Message: 7/10/2012
  Comments: 6
Do We Need Indoor Navigation Apps?
Last Message: 7/9/2012
  Comments: 18
Analog Clock Measures Time in Meters
Last Message: 7/6/2012
  Comments: 1
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