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HP's 3D Printing Plans Still Seem a Little Out of Reach
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December 11 - Day 3: Consumer Electronics Standards
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The Best & Worst of Engineering in Hollywood
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Is the Ring the ‘Worst Product Ever Made?'
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12 Weird Technology Acquisitions
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Engineer Comic Works in PowerPoint
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The Design Environment Is Changing
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Sci-Fi Writers Schooled in Science
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Knightscope's K5 Robot Stops Crime Before it Happens
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3D-Printed Liver Tissue Goes Commercial
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Hydrogen – Hope or Hype?
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November 12 – Day 3: Secure Devices - An Overview
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3D Printing Stars at Euromold Show
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3D Printing Space-Worthy Satellite Parts
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Ohio State Researchers Develop World's First Solar Battery
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Driverless Cars Require More Passenger Trust
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Orion Takes One Small Step Toward Mars
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November 11 – Day 2: How do you Implement Secure Hardware?
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Redesigning Star Wars' Awful New Lightsaber
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Toyota Preps for Launch of Hydrogen-Powered Sedan
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Conductive Clay -- the Future of Energy Storage?
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The IoT Comes to Your Backyard
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Industry Momentum Moving Toward Low Current Consumption
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Introduction: Fundamentals of Wireless
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Writers Are Getting 3D Printing Wrong
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Climate Change
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Hack Thanksgiving (Don’t Be a Tech Turkey)!
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Where Rubber Meets the Bike Rack
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Team Sigma's Steady-Cam Quadcopter
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December 5 – Day 5: Software Architecture of a UAV
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December 4 – Day 4: From Architecture to Implementation
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20 Great Engineers of the Early 20th Century
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Would You Let Your Kids Play With Atomic Energy?
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December 2 – Day 2: Software Architecture using UML
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A Shift of Power: From Consumer to Industrial Batteries
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Hilarious Engineer Talks Cardinal Grameters
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CPG Packagers Want Flexibility in Product Design
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DN Readers Say Climate Science Still Not Settled
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Digi-Key & Mentor Graphics Collaborate on EDA/CAD Tools
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Robo-Fabric Brings New Dimension to Wearable Tech
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