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Free Magazine from NASA Tech Briefs

06/23/2009 9:54 AM

Hello everyone, I am not sure where to post this. I just want to share to you a magazine from NASA Tech Briefs. Engineers and technical persons from USA, Canada, Mexico and some countries can subscribe it for free through Associated Business Publications International. You can subscribes it here:

http://mathalino.tradepub.com/c/pubRD.mpl?sr=oc&_t=oc:&pc=nasa

This is how the publisher briefly describes this magazine:

"The monthly magazine features exclusive reports of innovations developed by NASA and its industry partners/contractors that can be applied to develop new/improved products and solve engineering or manufacturing problems.

Authored by the engineers or scientists who did the work, the briefs span a wide array of fields, including electronics, physical sciences, materials, computer software, mechanics, machinery/automation, manufacturing/fabrication, mathematics/information sciences, and life sciences. NASA Tech Briefs also contains feature articles on successful NASA spinoffs, profiles of NASA tech transfer resources, news briefs, and application stories. Regular columns describe new patents, industry products, software, and literature."

I hope you will enjoy this free magazine, take actions now while it is still offered for free. You can also browse through the other magazines of your interest.

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Re: Free Magazine from NASA Tech Briefs

06/23/2009 10:26 AM

Used to be an excellent monthly "back in the day"

Thanks for reminding me!

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Re: Free Magazine from NASA Tech Briefs

06/23/2009 12:08 PM

It is an interesting site. I've been using this as source material in my writing for some time.

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Re: Free Magazine from NASA Tech Briefs

06/23/2009 5:57 PM

You can also get it direct at:

http://www.techbriefs.com/

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Re: Free Magazine from NASA Tech Briefs

06/24/2009 11:50 AM

RTF Veterra,

Good posting and I subscibed for it. Mercy.

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Re: Free Magazine from NASA Tech Briefs

06/24/2009 9:20 PM

Thanks RTF, and welcome to CR4!

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Re: Free Magazine from NASA Tech Briefs

06/25/2009 10:59 AM

Thanks StandardsGuy for the warm welcome. I really appreciate it. It means a lot to me. You can see here why? Hehehe.

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07/22/2009 6:42 PM

Thanks!!

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Re: Free Magazine from NASA Tech Briefs

07/23/2009 1:33 AM

RTF Vertera,

Based on your post I had subscribed to various free printed/ digital magazines answering the detailed quesstionaires. Unfortunately a standard reply mail comes, stating that 'you have not fulfilled the requirements'. How did you manage to get the magazines?

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07/25/2009 8:21 AM

Hello s.udhayamarthandan I simply signed up, thats what I did, and after a few weeks I received the magazine. As I understood, it depends primarily to your geographic location. If you're address is from USA, Canada, Mexico, and some selected International, then you will most probably receive your subscription. Secondly, it depends (maybe) on your job title, just maybe because I really don't know, it is the publisher who will decide who will receive the free magazine.

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