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Brian Fuller
Member Since: July 28, 2011
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Comment:Re: Really?? - Brian Fuller-7/29/2013
Slideshow: Sports & Technology
11/19/2012  15 comments
Check out some of the amazing technologies that sports and athletes have adopted over the years.
Slideshow: Sights, Sounds of an IndyCar Race
9/26/2012  11 comments
Technology deep dives, trackside insights, scorching heat, pictures, memories, and a spectacular race that saw the season's points leader crash early and later return to the track, highlighted the last Speed2Design event of the 2012 IndyCar season.
Slideshow: Scenes From the Indy 500
5/31/2012  5 comments
We got a chance to tag along and capture some of the sights and technical essences of modern racing and bleeding-edge automotive electronics during the Indy 500.
Chevy Volt Battery Fires Arouse Investigations
11/30/2011  17 comments
Are the lithium ion (LiOn) battery used in the Chevy Volt and the car's charging stations involved in recent battery fires?
Standard Solar Cofounder Talks Rooftop Panels
11/22/2011  24 comments
Standard Solar co-founder Lee Bristol talks about photovoltaic panels and how he started his business.
Day in the Life of an Engineer Video Contest
11/1/2011  Post a comment
Element14 is giving engineers an opportunity to demonstrate the creative process with its "A Day in the Life of an Engineer" video challenge.
Comment:Tidy or messy - Brian Fuller-10/26/2011
Slideshow: Messiest Engineering Desks
10/26/2011  44 comments
Here's a slideshow of the messiest engineer's desks submitted by readers of our sister site EETimes.

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