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  • Driving Your First NEW DIESEL
    these claims in fuel economy. Regardless, I decided to take my first recreational vehicle test drive in 1990. Although I had experience piloting commercial diesel powered vehicles on and off for over twenty years, I was not prepared for what I was about to experience. The only way to describe
  • Military Applications: "Bring It Out Right The First Time"
    application, being able to successfully deliver your product-right the first time and on time-hinges on working in step with system providers and OEMs.
  • ESA's Faint Object Camera First Images
    The European Space Agency's Faint Object Camera aboard NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has successfully taken its first engineering test pictures of the heavens. This "first light " picture for the Faint Object Camera (FOC) is the culmination of several weeks of intensive check-out and testing
  • UCSC Press Release: Researchers obtain first complete ribosome
    Contact: Tim Stephens (831) 459-2495; UCSC researchers obtain first details images of a complete ribosome Knowing the structure of the ribosome, a molecular machine fundamental to all life, may lead to more effective antibiotics, new insights into the origins of life, and other significant advances
  • Agfa HealthCare delivers on first phase roll-out of imaging and informatics solutions for multi-site agreement at Osakidetza, Spain
    Agfa HealthCare, a leading provider of diagnostic imaging and healthcare IT solutions, announces today it has successfully delivered the first phase of solutions at several of the Basque Healthcare Service's 28-site Osakidetza facilities in Spain, including a go-live of its centralized Radiology
  • Microwave Office Enables First Pass Design Success for World's Only Pocket-Sized Sports Radar Gun
    The Pocket Radar team set out to completely redesign the size and shape of traditional radar guns, opening a new market for a small, low-cost, accurate and convenient product. This required operation at 24 GHz using tiny, low-cost, off-the-shelf components and inexpensive substrates. The first
  • Safety-First Motion Control
    connected your foot directly to the carburetor. Today, more than likely, the accelerator pedal is merely connected to an encoder that sends a command to an engine-control computer. Software in the computer then puts out appropriate commands to a fuel-injection system. There is even talk of replacing
  • A first look at Windows Vista
    a chance to catch up. We are at the cusp of shifting from 32 to 64-bit computing. As was the case in the shift from 16 to 32-bit platforms, we should expect a rocky road. For the foreseeable future, we will be forced to read the fine print spelling out compatibility information. Nevertheless, Windows

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