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Articles from R & D (March 1, 2005)

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"Snomipede" technology en route. Brief Article 154
2004 R&D pharma stats. Brief Article 136
Asia accepts Kyoto pact. Brief Article 256
Biotechnology toolkit unveiled. 244
Building up independent R&D. Brief Article 179
Dow to open China IT center. Brief Article 128
Einstein@home takes off. 255
EU companies forge "green" steel consortium. Brief Article 126
Faster access to NIH research pubs. Brief Article 205
Fluke enters indoor air quality market. 154
Fluorescence research grows on all fronts: government and academic research labs are advancing fluorescence-based spectroscopy for medical and military applications. Mallozzi, Jeannette 993
Funding for nanotech startups. Brief Article 171
Genetic hooks specify selection. 478
Growing films on Hg. Brief Article 225
India upgrades space capabilities. Brief Article 223
Intel achieves laser milestone. 163
IR system serves as teacher's aid. 473
It's Google mania! Google continues to innovate the way search engines serve the masses--all while creating its own unique corporate culture. Joyce, Lorraine 2100
Looking for solutions to arsenic. Brief Article 121
Organizing data amid chaos. Brief Article 235
Photo detectors for homeland security applications. 119
Rees Scientific. Advertisement 264
Robot secures unstable slopes. 532
Robots step into the limelight. Brief Article 251
Sandia develops saliva sensor. Brief Article 140
Smart materials respond to changing environments: scientists are focusing their research on various materials that can solve problems in diverse applications, among them medical and aerospace. Sidawi, Danielle Cover Story 2308
Sniffing out danger. Studt, Tim Editorial 556
Streamlining MEMS design. 161
Structured wiring center. 103
System simplifies multi-tasking. Brief Article 214
Taiwan invests in India. Brief Article 115
The math matters in R&D. Goossens, Paul 1142
Tracking thin film progress. Calendar 236
USB DAQ is hot. Studt, Tim 543
X-ray imager peers into an explosive world: an innovative approach harnessing crystals exposes the inner workings of the world's most powerful x-ray source. Gaughan, Richard 984

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