Archive: 10/02/2005

A robot That Ties The Knot

An ASME member and retired engineer who once designed biomedical instruments is busy in his basement building a machine that can automatically tie a knot in a necktie. Dr. Seth Goldstein, who has worked as a mechanical engineer ...

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Mitsubishi Launches Mini DLP Pocket Projector

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America’s Presentation Products Division, the industry leader in home entertainment projector technology and innovation, today introduced its PocketProjector™, one of the world’s smallest ...

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Natural climate change may be larger than commonly thought

A new study of climate in the Northern Hemisphere for the past 2000 years shows that natural climate change may be larger than generally thought. This is displayed in results from scientists at the Stockholm University, made ...

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A Formula of Thrill

What thrills you – winning that last-second bid on ebay? Or freewheeling down a steep hill on a cold Autumn morning? Or maybe, it’s arranging a secret rendezvous…? If you haven't figured out what really thrills you, ...

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