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01/16/2017 by Heidi
Is there a point where the twist of the protein chain starts alzheimers? Look at all the data in the handbook for chemists and engineers.
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Last comment 01/16/2017 by JE in Chicago

South Korea Robot: Designer Insists Massive Method-2 is Real

01/11/2017 by jack of all trades
Looks promising but a lot of questions have been raised for and against it actually being real or just a marketing/publicity stunt like the Mini Coope...
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Last comment 01/15/2017 by Andrew Westman

Pneumatic/Hydraulic Connector

01/10/2017 by Gregory Johnson
Hello people, I have invented and hold the patent on a hydraulic/pneumatic connector. This connector will perform perfectly with any material pipe,tub...
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Last comment 01/13/2017 by tecmate

Low-Cost Spectral Imaging on the Horizon

01/02/2017 by Rixter
Here is something exciting. You don't often see "hyperspectral imaging" and "low cost" in the same sentence. Hyperspectral imaging means that instead...
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Last comment 01/03/2017 by gutmonarch
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Method to Dissipate Heat in Electronic Devices

01/06/2017 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
An international team of scientists has modified the energy spectrum of acoustic phonons — elemental excitations, also referred to as quasi-part...
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How Low Can You Go?

11/06/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Well, someone has finally done it! For 50 years, industry pundits have argued over how small we can make transistors. Whatever the original target, fe...
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Webinar Calendar – January 2016

01/11/2016 posted in IHS Product Design Blog
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Webinar Calendar - December 2015

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Would You Travel by Vacuum-Tube Train?

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by Doug Sharpe
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

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