Sherri Carmody

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New Products: Plastic Eye Bolts 1
The eye bolts are rated for very light duty. Thread sizes range from 6-32 through 3/8-16 in lengths from 1.25 to 5.5 in.
MACHINE DESIGN launches new CAD library
The free MACHINE DESIGN CAD Library includes millions of configurable 2D and 3D CAD models of components and assemblies down-loadable for easy use in new and existing designs.
2003 Lincoln Aviator
Contrary to popular belief, bigger is not always better. The proof? The new 2003 Lincoln Aviator.
Badger victory: Wisconsin students meet FutureTruck challenge
The University of Wisconsin was king of the road at this year's FutureTruck Competition.
Membrane system waters plants on demand
Unusable farmland may become more productive thanks to a scheme for using brackish water to irrigate crops
Safety assessment
New software for carrying out and reporting Ames test studies is claimed to be simple and accurate
Better batteries from lithium images
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have captured the first images of individual lithium atoms
2003 BMW Z4 3.0i
Just one look at the sexy, low-slung Z4 and I knew it was going to be a good time.
PLM: All access, all the time
The University of Michigan College of Engineering has created a Product Lifecycle Management Development Consortium (PLM DC).
Microwaves may hold secrets to Columbia disaster
NASA may learn more about why the Space Shuttle Columbia broke apart thanks to a new technique for detecting defects in materials.
Top thrill, tough challenge
The world's tallest, fastest roller coaster, Cedar Point's Top Thrill Dragster, has been anything but thrilling lately.
Secret to good surface finish: Nonfouling coolant
A die caster of zinc handles found that problems with porosity and surface finish disappeared after a change to a special heat-transfer fluid. The previous coolant had been ordinary water from the municipal tap.
Gammasphere goes green
An unlikely supporting actor in the new Sci-Fi thriller The Hulk is a 14-ton nuclear physics device called Gammasphere from Argonne National Laboratory.
Rollin', rollin', rollin'! Fluid-handling products on the move
Coming to a town near you is the Rollin Your Way bus tour featuring biopharmaceutical fluid-handling products from six partner companies, including Colder Products Co., St. Paul, (www.colder.com).
Who let the bots out?
At first glance, they appeared to be adorable Sony Aibo robotic dogs. In reality, they were fiercely competitive soccer-playing bots vying to be top dog in the 2003 Robocup American Open held at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.

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