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Articles from Mechanical Engineering-CIME (January 1, 2014)

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'Engineering for you' is theme of video contest. 160
+11% increase in state-level R&D spending in 2011. Brief article 167
Animal to robot. Thilmany, Jean 741
ASME spotlights manufacturing. 141
Automated lawn care. Prasad, Arjun Letter to the editor 119
Building the next space age: instead of destinations and deadlines, the U.S. space program should develop technical capabilities. Vedda, James A. Cover story 2373
By the numbers: industrial robots stall; service sector grows. Brown, Alan S. Statistical data 655
CAD & CAM. 866
Charting displeasure. Wojcik, Mark Letter to the editor 155
China probing the shale. 286
Countdown to launch in Houston. Testa, Bridget Mintz 887
Electrical energy from the wind: two professors of mechanical engineering from Oregon State looked at the progress and prospects of wind power in the United States. Wilson, Robert E.; Thresher, Robert 390
Flight control of the bumblebee. Pero, James 547
Fuel cells for sea duty. Brief article 276
Housing the displaced. Pero, James 445
Investigating Hyperloop's viability. Kosowatz, John 904
Let's get active. Redler, Mike Letter to the editor 216
Luxury cars recalled in China. 151
NAE looks at ethics education. Brief article 156
Nanoengineering focus of Congress, conference. 387
Presidential oral histories: promoting women in engineering. Varassi, John 361
Q&A: Rodney Brooks. Brown, Alan S. Interview 672
Shape memory in printed form. Brown, Alan S. Interview 553
Short lead-time servomotors. 821
Solar sewing: the power cut out frequently in Ahmedabad, a city of 6 million in Gujarat, India, and when it did, sewing machines at a textile cooperative shut down and the women who worked those machines lost money. 335
Sometimes it takes more--like a bit of luck. Dean, William L. Column 531
Statoil exec to keynote Energy Forum Live. 179
The benefits of disadvantage. Falcioni, John G. Editorial 565
The ocean under our feet: providing enough fresh water is a growing challenge, but one that is surmountable with a little innovative thinking. Webber, Michael E. 676
Thermal Management of Telecommunications Equipment. Book review 138
Two groups argue for federal aid to R&D: two separate publications issued last fall look at contributions that colleges and universities have made to private enterprise, with federal support. 337
Working away: mobile apps gain traction with engineers. Thilmany, Jean 1604

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