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Suggest Source or a Thesis Topic on Energy Efficiency

05/10/2015 by maverick_friend
Dear all, I am a student doing Masters in ENERGY Systems having my background work experience in the field of energy audits. I have to start my thes...
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Last comment 05/26/2015 by James Stewart

3D Printed Rocket Engine

05/04/2015 by r&ddoc
Just want to share this interesting article with you:
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The 50 Year Persistence of Moore's Law

05/23/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
How many basic principles in the electronics industry have endured relatively unscathed for a half century? Moore's Law - coined in 1965 by young...
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Last comment 05/25/2015 by BIN95

Automotive Semiconductors Enjoy Banner Year

04/05/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
A combination of higher car sales and higher electronic content per car made 2014 a year to celebrate for makers of semiconductors for the automobi...
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Looking for the End of Moore’s Law

01/29/2015 by CR4 Guest Author
"No one will ever need more than 64k." These memorable words, spoken by Microsoft founder Bill Gates, make electrical engineers and semiconductor de...
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Would You Travel by Vacuum-Tube Train?

09/02/2014 posted in Elasto Proxy's Sealing Solutions Blog
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Thomas Edison discovered that electricity could travel in a vacuum. Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla Motors, may yet prove that vacuum tubes can tra...
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Industrial Real Estate – the Importance of Local Communities

03/12/2013 posted in Process Engineering & Construction
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In previous blog posts, we have discussed the importance of a variety of factors when purchasing or leasing industrial real estate. Previous posts fo...
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Opinion: The New U.S. Patent System Will Stifle Innovation

09/19/2011 posted in Left2MyOwnDevices
by dondingee
The storied history of American technological innovation by gifted individuals may have come to a smashing halt last Friday with the passage of HR...
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LTE and the Spectrum Deficit - Are Femtocells the Solution?

09/06/2011 posted in Left2MyOwnDevices
by dondingee
I had a couple people challenge me in recent days on my spectrum deficit post, saying that femtocells should take care of this . . . right? Femtocell...
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Back To The Future: The 2011 Nissan Leaf

08/26/2011 posted in Autoholics
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A couple weeks back, I ranted a little about the real-world challenges of owning an EV. But what about the Nissan Leaf on its own merits? How does...
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Google Buys Motorola Mobility, Android Will Never Be the Same

08/22/2011 posted in Left2MyOwnDevices
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A lot of folks are still processing last week's headline that Google is acquiring Motorola Mobility for $12.5B. There are a lot of angles to this, ra...
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