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posted in November 2012

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Is Your Network Safe?
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11/13/2012  23 comments
Network security has become a major issue now that plants are connected to the outside world.
Video: IEEE Programs Give Back
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11/9/2012  9 comments
IEEE has launched programs to bring engineering help to developing countries and the rural US.
Video: Making a 10,000-Year Clock
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11/8/2012  24 comments
The Long Now Foundation is building a clock designed to last 10,000 years.
Comment:Re: Patent - Rob Spiegel-11/7/2012
Comment:Good logic - Rob Spiegel-11/6/2012
Tier 1 Auto Supplier Tests Hybrid Systems Using Simulation
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11/6/2012  15 comments
Lear Corp. is testing and validating its hybrid and EV power systems with software simulation.
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