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Title Author Issue Pages
Quantum key distribution Jennifer Ouellette 12/04 22-25
Multiphysics analysis Paul Lethbridge 12/04 26-29
Big green energy machines Jesse H. Ausubel 10/04 20-24
Less is more with aerogels Eric J. Lerner 10/04 26-30
Biomimetic nanotechnology Eric J. Lerner 8/04 16-19
Narrowing uncertainty in global climate change Chris Forest, Mort Webster, John Reilly 8/04 20-23
Seeing with sound Jennifer Ouellette 6/04 14-17
Electronics and optoelectronics with carbon nanotubes Phaedon Avouris and Joerg Appenzeller 6/04 18-21
John Woollam's career in ellipsometry Jennifer Ouellette 4/04 14-17
Time-resolved spectroscopy comes of age Jennifer Ouellette 2/04 16-19
Bottling the hydrogen genie F. E. Pinkerton, B. G. Wicke 2/04 20-23
Smart fluids move into the marketplace Jennifer Ouellette 12/03 14-17
Bioinformatics moves into the mainstream Jennifer Ouellette 10/03 14-18
A new wave of microfluidic devices Jennifer Ouellette 8/03 14-17
Protein research calls for advanced instruments Ineke Malsch 8/03 18-22
Building success into a high-tech start-up John T. Preston 6/03 16-18
Ion implantation in silicon technology Leonard Rubin and John Poate 6/03 12-15
Thin films seek a solar future Ineke Malsch 4/03 16-19
Switching from physics to biology Jennifer Ouellette 4/03 20-23
Quantum dots for sale Jennifer Ouellette 2/03 14-17
Building the nanofuture with carbon tubes Jennifer Ouellette 12/02 18-21
Nuclear security in a new world Richard A. Meserve 10/02 20-23
Tiny tips probe nanotechnology Ineke Malsch 10/02 16-19
Science goes exploring under the sea Jennifer Ouellette 8/02 20-23
Printing meets lithography Bruno Michel 8/02 16-19
Silicon-germanium gives semiconductors the edge Jennifer Ouellette 6/02 22-25
Laser fabrication of glass microstructures W. Hansen, P. Fuqua, F. Livingston, A. Huang, M. Abraham, D. Taylor, S. Janson, and H. Helvajian 6/02 18-21
Illuminating new territory with lidar Jennifer Ouellette 4/02 16-19
Solar power via the moon David R. Criswell 4/02 12-15
How fiber optics works Greg Sanger 2/02 18-21
Inventing high-tech instruments Jennifer Ouellette 2/02 14-17
Seeing the future in photonic crystals Jennifer Ouellette 12/01 14-17
Biomaterials facilitate medical breakthroughs Jennifer Ouellette 10/01 18-21
Computer models define tide variability Derek Goring 10/01 14-17
Physicist leads theory group at Microsoft Research Jennifer Ouellette 8/01 18-21
Modeling the fuel cell Ed Fontes and Eva Nilsson 8/01 14-17
Semiconducting polymers on display Jennifer Ouellette 6/01 22-25
Color documents in the Internet era Raja Balasubramanian, Karen M. Braun, Robert R. Buckley and Robert J. Rolleston 6/01 16-20
Microsystems in Japan Miwako Waga 4/01 26-28
The evolution of transport Jesse H. Ausubel and Cesare Marchetti 4/01 20-24
Solving differential equations Svante Littmarck 2/01 21-23
Developing fiber-optic communications Jennifer Ouellette 2/01 16-19
Exploiting molecular self-assembly Jennifer Ouellette 12/00 26-29
Space-based Earth sensing David L. Glackin 12/00 22-25
Plasma propulsion in space Eric J. Lerner 10/00 16-19
New tools for imaging the brain Eric J. Lerner 8/00 18-21
Shirley Jackson puts a new face on physics Jennifer Ouellette 6/00 22-25
Fusion at the crossroads T.C. Simonen 6/00 14-17
Ultrafast lasers open new doors Eric J. Lerner 4/00 18-20, 22
Biometric identification Eric J. Lerner 2/00 20-23
Where is energy going? Jesse H. Ausubel 2/00 16-19
Putting nanotubes to work Eric J. Lerner 12/99 22-25
Plasma-aided manufacturing for microelectronics Eric J. Lerner 10/99 18-21
Young researcher pushes display technology Jennifer Ouellette 10/99 12, 13, 14, 16
Making micromachines Eric J. Lerner 8/99 18, 19, 20, 22
Giant magnetoresistance devices move in Jim Daughton and Jerry Granley 6/99 22-24
Next-generation lithography Eric J. Lerner 6/99 18-21
Federal programs link industry and academia Nancy Forbes 4/99 24-27
Parallel supercomputers move into industry Eric J. Lerner 4/99 20-23
Electronic noses sniff out new markets Jennifer Ouellette 2/99 26-29
Earth remote sensing business goes public David L. Glackin 2/99 22-25
Combinatorial materials synthesis Jennifer Ouellette 12/98 24-27
Predicting and preventing machine failures Kimberly Becker, Carl Byington, Nancy Forbes, and William Nickerson 12/98 20-23
Magnets, markets, and magic cylinders Michael Coey and Denis Weaire 9/98 34-36
New ultrasound therapies emerge Jennifer Ouellette 9/98 30-33
XIPS keeps satellites on track John R. Beattie 6/98 24-26
SQUID sensors penetrate new markets Jennifer Ouellette 6/98 20-23
Speech recognition: Humanizing the interface Jennifer Ouellette 3/98 20-23
Industrial ecology at the crossroads Thomas E. Graedel 12/97 24-26
Life after silicon: Ultrascale computing Nancy Forbes 12/97 20-23
Design of experiments Mark Anderson 9/97 24-26
Science and art converge in concert hall acoustics Jennifer Ouellette 9/97 20-23
Semiconductors shrink into the 21st century Yoshio Nishi 6/97 24-26
A theoretical physicist in Argentine industry Alberto Pignotti 3/97 28-30
Detecting concealed explosives with gamma rays Joseph J. Sredniawski 3/97 24-27
TRIZ: The methodology of inventive problem-solving S. D. Savransky and C. Stephan 12/96 22-25
The fundamentals of heat exchangers Dean A. Bartlett 12/96 18-21
Physics in Korean industry Sook Il-Kwun 9/96 26-27
Pulsed laser deposition: Thin films in a flash T. Venkatesan and Steven M. Green 9/96 22-24
Tapping into Asia's successful R&D Mike May 9/96 18-21
What makes an employable physicist? Ed Sickafus 6/96 22-24
Probing oil wells with NMR Robert L. Kleinberg 6/96 18-21
Computer modeling of deposition and etching E. Hyman and S. Eidelman 3/96 26-28
The job future for MRI physicists Wlad T. Sobol 3/96 22-24
Structured inventive thinking Ed Sickafus 3/96 18-20
Industrial research takes a turn Mike May 12/95 26-28
Controlling automotive emissions J.T. Woestman and E.M. Logothetis 12/95 20-24
Problem solving with dimensional analysis Robert Schmidt and Kevin Housen 7/95 21-24
Physicists help build the next generation Scott Fosgard 7/95 16-19

 

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