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Articles from R & D (October 1, 2004)

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Adaptive optics goes earth-bound; established in the astronomy community, government and private industry hope to capitalize on the power of adaptive optics for mainstream applications. Mallozzi, Jeannette 544
Automated drug delivery. Brief Article 208
Bigger, brighter R&D search engine. Brief Article 166
Change or adapt. Studt, Tim Editorial 490
China is #1 for R&D investments. Brief Article 273
Coming to America. Brief Article 172
Coreco Imaging: Trigger-to-Image Reliability. 244
Database helps fight infectious diseases. Brief Article 255
DRAM market under the gun. Brief Article 249
FDA approves newborn tech. Brief Article 112
IEEE: welcome to IEEE Enterprise. Brief Article 214
Integrated Engineering Software: test & measurement innovation: Hybrid BE-FE Method electromagnetic field solvers. Advertisement 216
Internet innovation alliance takes off. Brief Article 182
JMP: JMP[R] 5.1 software delivers advanced analytical capabilities. 662
Keithley Instruments, Inc.: meeting the measurement challenges of the 65-nm node. 349
Materials research takes center stage. Calendar 210
Minitab--quality solutions for quality professionals. Advertisement 534
Motorola raising Asian R&D stakes. Brief Article 235
Nanotechnology takes medical intervention to a new level; nanomedicine strives to deliver targeted medical therapies at the molecular scale while dealing with the challenges of biocompatibility and toxicity of nanomaterials. Sidawi, Danielle 1518
National Instruments: NI LabVIEW 7 Express delivers measurement and control productivity to every engineer. 572
New site for biotech discovery. Brief Article 134
NI introduces reconfigurable systems. Studt, Tim 701
Partnership for lead-free packaging. Brief Article 200
Pfeiffer Vacuum, Inc.: HiMag[TM]--first Maglev pump with integrated controller. Advertisement 335
Pfeiffer Vacuum, Inc.: XtraDry[TM]--high reliability, low-cost dry vacuum pump. Brief Article 284
Picture shows thousands of words; many organizations turn to text mining to discover patterns and relationships in unstructured textual data that is typically found in e-mails, reports, and other information sources. Joyce, Lorraine 614
Poco Graphite, Inc.: SUPERSiC precision optical components. Brief Article 222
Precise control of CNTs. Brief Article 140
Promising anti-viral research. Brief Article 195
Quantum optic gains momentum. Brief Article 166
Rees Scientific: offering new wireless options. Brief Article 192
Refined titanium production. Brief Article 159
See in a whole new light. 101
Solution prevents phishing attacks. Brief Article 193
StatSoft, Inc.: data modeling approaches to product quality and optimization in STATISTICA 7. Advertisement 525
The end of passwords? Not exactly. Brief Article 196
The ins and outs of thermal conductivity pressure gauges: thermal conductivity pressure gauges are extremely common in vacuum technology, but an understanding of their principles of operation can help in their proper application. Danielson, Phil 1395
Thomson ResearchSoft: increase productivity with text analysis and bibliographic tools. Advertisement 495
VC R&D funding returns to normal: the "1999 to 2000 bubble" that boosted venture capital investments to record heights (and subsequent losses) was an aberration of that period of time which has now been followed by funding patterns in the U.S. that are more similar to those of the mid-1990s. Studt, Tim Cover Story 1706
World's smallest atomic clock. Brief Article 134

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