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Articles from R & D (June 1, 1990)

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Title Author Type Words
Bio-derived materials. Dougherty, Elizabeth 1812
Bring your motion analysis out of the dark: an image intensifier lets you videotape, with immediate playback, high-speed events that occur in low-light conditions. Balch, Kris 1227
Do you have the right beam for the job? High-current-density electron and ion beams are opening many doors in nanoscale research as a result of the development of better beam sources. Lindquist, Jay; Rathkey, Doug; Fischer, Phil 2219
Down the alimentary canal with gun and camera. Jueneman, Frederic B. column 781
Flying wind tunnel is shot down by budget cutbacks. 335
Fusion faces an uncertain future. Derra, Skip 645
Industry is a tough sell for laboratory automation systems. Katauskas, Ted 1583
Japan's R&D managers confront the challenge of high tech. Kokubo, Atsuro 1962
Laser pulses are key to new method for viewing living cells. 555
New airplane engines include something old and something new. 655
Nonlinear optics get a boost from advanced materials systems. 620
Red squirrels to astronomers: get your own mountain! editorial 458
Small, bright lasers are readied to integrate optoelectronic circuits. Stambler, Irwin 539
Working the street. Frand, Erwin A. column 900

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