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Title Author Issue Pages
Salary growth slows Raymond Y. Chu 12/04 10-12
Hot writing Eric J. Lerner 12/04 15
Blackout clears the air Eric J. Lerner 12/04 15-16
Fighting big blackouts Eric J. Lerner 12/04 16, 18
Bacteria stir things up Eric J. Lerner 12/04 18-19
Physics in the City of Angels Sharon C. Glotzer 12/04 20-21
Democrats and Republicans Eric J. Lerner 10/04 12-15
Detecting a single spin Eric J. Lerner 10/04 16
Handheld chem lab Eric J. Lerner 10/04 16, 18
Superprisms Eric J. Lerner 10/04 18-19
Growing nanotrees Eric J. Lerner 10/04 19
Plasmon microscopy Eric J. Lerner 8/04 8
Quantum measurement Eric J. Lerner 8/04 8, 10
Quantum entanglement Eric J. Lerner 8/04 10, 13
Smoke spun into fiber Eric J. Lerner 8/04 13-14
Superlenses Eric J. Lerner 6/04 10
Self-organizing device Eric J. Lerner 6/04 10, 12
Silicon photonics Eric J. Lerner 6/04 12-13
Millennia of global warming Eric J. Lerner 6/04 13
What's wrong with the electric grid? Eric J. Lerner 10/03 8-13
Industry salaries still rising Raymond Y. Chu 4/03 13-15
Fraud shows peer-review flaws Eric J. Lerner 12/02 12, 14, 17
Industrial diamonds gather strength Eric J. Lerner 8/02 8-11
Biomedical applications of nanotechnology Ineke Malsch 6/02 15-17
A sensor for underground tunnels? Eric J. Lerner 12/01 12-13
Smart ceramics transform structural shapes Ted Lynch 12/01 10-11
Quantum cascade lasers turn commercial Jennifer Ouellette 4/01 8, 10-13
Industrial salaries surge again Raymond Y. Chu and Megan Henly 2/01 8-9
Visionary projects, far-reaching potentials Patrick Young 12/00 12-13
Nobel Prizes honor innovations in electronics Eric J. Lerner 12/00 8, 10-11
Radio on a chip expedites wireless Web Jennifer Ouellette 8/00 9-12
Detection on the cutting edge Jennifer Ouellette 4/00 8, 10-12
Technologies of the next century Patrick Young 12/99 14-15
Physicists graduate from Wall Street Jennifer Ouellette 12/99 9-11, 13
Salary spurt for industrial physicists Amanda Benedict and Raymond Y. Chu 8/99 10-12
The incredible shrinking microphone Jennifer Ouellette 8/99 7-9
Smart pixels wed optics and electronics Jennifer Ouellette 6/99 9-13
Lasers open up the life sciences Jennifer Ouellette 4/99 9, 10, 12, 13
Fuel cells gather steam Jennifer Ouellette 2/99 15-17
Stimulating high-risk, high-payoff research David Pope 2/99 9-10, 12-13
Superconductor power applications Jennifer Ouellette 12/98 15-18
Halbach arrays enter the maglev race David Pope 12/98 12-13
Combating the millennium bug David Pope 12/98 9-10
Get ready for a wireless world David Pope 9/98 17-21
Biosensors: Microelectronics marries biology Jennifer Ouellette 9/98 11-12, 14
Failure analysis in a nanometer world Jennifer Ouellette 6/98 11-14
Optical data storage looks beyond CDs Jennifer Ouellette 3/98 11-13, 15
Materials competition for flat-panel displays Jennifer Ouellette 12/97 10-13
Contamination control in vacuum Jennifer Ouellette 9/97 7-8, 10-11
Salaries lose ground against inflation Ken McNaughton 6/97 22-23
Nanostructured materials get tough Jennifer Ouellette 6/97 15-19
Digital displays with micromirror devices Jennifer Ouellette 6/97 9, 10, 12
Free-electron lasers: A radical alternative Jennifer Ouellette 3/97 18, 21
Solving real-world problems virtually Jennifer Ouellette 3/97 12, 14-16
Superconductor products poised for market Hank Hogan 3/97 7, 9, 10
Will collision-avoidance systems work? Michael Wofsey 12/96 14, 16
How smart are smart materials? Jennifer Ouellette 12/96 10-13
The gigachips are coming! Hank Hogan 12/96 7-8
TRIZ-based tools promote innovation Jennifer Ouellette 9/96 14-15
AT&T divides to prosper Jennifer Ouellette 9/96 13
MEMS: Mega promise for micro devices Jennifer Ouellette 9/96 9-12
The ups and downs of industrial R&D Mike May 6/96 16
Next-generation car checkup -- 6/96 14-15
Developing new waste treatment methods Jennifer Ouellette 6/96 11-12
The diode-pumped laser revolution Jennifer Ouellette 6/96 7-9
U.S.-Korea science/technology summit -- 3/96 16
Adding up mathematics in industry -- 3/96 16
Plastic-powered displays Alexander Hellemans 3/96 13, 15
The microfabrication boom Jennifer Ouellette 3/96 10, 12
Ketchen of IBM wins industrial physics award -- 12/95 18
How much is an industrial physicist worth? Ken McNaughton 12/95 14, 16-17
GPS industry prepares for boom Jennifer Ouellette 12/95 8, 11-12
Job prospects in flat panel display -- 7/95 13-14
Frontier's end? -- 7/95 11
Burning bridges John Rowell 7/95 9

Briefs by David Pope and Eric Lerner
Inverse Doppler effect Eric J. Lerner 4/04 8
DNA-guided nanotubes Eric J. Lerner 4/04 8, 10
Magnetic graphite Eric J. Lerner 4/04 10-13
Butterfly blues Eric J. Lerner 4/04 13
Opening the X-ray water window Eric J. Lerner 2/04 10
Zero thermal expansion Eric J. Lerner 2/04 10, 13
Magnetoresistor computing Eric J. Lerner 2/04 13-14
A pressure-driven battery Eric J. Lerner 2/04 14
Infrared tissue scans Eric J. Lerner 12/03 10
Better electronic paper Eric J. Lerner 12/03 10, 12
Rapid manufacturing Eric J. Lerner 12/03 12-13
Flipping storage fields Eric J. Lerner 12/03 13
Penetrating the fog Eric J. Lerner 10/03 20
Plasma self-organization Eric J. Lerner 10/03 20-21
Stronger than spider silk Eric J. Lerner 10/03 21-22
Slow light Eric J. Lerner 10/03 22
A magnetic microscope for the brain Eric J. Lerner 8/03 8
Spin and energy--free? Eric J. Lerner 8/03 8, 10
Finest nanowire arrays Eric J. Lerner 8/03 10-11
Solar-cell burnout Eric J. Lerner 8/03 11-13
Subfemtosecond control Eric J. Lerner 6/03 8
Turbulent secrets Eric J. Lerner 6/03 8, 10
Micromachines in vacuum Eric J. Lerner 6/03 10-11
Fluid nanostructuring Eric J. Lerner 6/03 11
Twenty watts of terahertz Eric J. Lerner 4/03 9
Chaos in the engine Eric J. Lerner 4/03 9-10
3-D lithography Eric J. Lerner 4/03 10-11
Stock physics Eric J. Lerner 4/03 11
Hidden imaging data Eric J. Lerner 2/03 10
Piggy-back chips Eric J. Lerner 2/03 10, 12
Synthetic ion pump Eric J. Lerner 2/03 12-13
Strong, ductile copper Eric J. Lerner 2/03 13
Big step toward molecular electronics Eric J. Lerner 12/02 9
Better X-ray imaging Eric J. Lerner 12/02 10
Solar-cell efficiency Eric J. Lerner 12/02 10-11
Transparent circuits Eric J. Lerner 12/02 11
Twisting single photons Eric J. Lerner 10/02 9
Pocket-size rocket Eric J. Lerner 10/02 9-10
Printing on silicon Eric J. Lerner 10/02 10-11
Light in tight places Eric J. Lerner 10/02 11
Brighter lights from photonic crystals Eric J. Lerner 8/02 13
Chopping up nanotubes Eric J. Lerner 8/02 13-14
Raman spectra Eric J. Lerner 8/02 14
Thought control Eric J. Lerner 8/02 14-15
Tropical fires feed global warming Eric J. Lerner 6/02 11-12
Raman lasing from spheres Eric J. Lerner 6/02 12-13
Cosmology to technology Eric J. Lerner 6/02 13
Polymer LEDs Eric J. Lerner 6/02 14
A rice-grain-sized motor Eric J. Lerner 4/02 8
Single-photon source Eric J. Lerner 4/02 8, 10
Photon sieve for X-rays Eric J. Lerner 4/02 10
Stopping light in a solid Eric J. Lerner 4/02 10-11
Bose-Einstein condensate on a chip Eric J. Lerner 2/02 8
Pyroelectric-crystal X-rays Eric J. Lerner 2/02 8, 10
Building enzymes, filters Eric J. Lerner 2/02 10-11
Bird songs, human speech Eric J. Lerner 2/02 11-12
Neurons on a chip Eric J. Lerner 12/01 6
Cellular manipulator Eric J. Lerner 12/01 6, 8
Fast-ignition laser fusion Eric J. Lerner 12/01 8-9
Super buckyballs Eric J. Lerner 12/01 9
Liquid marbles roll in tight places Eric J. Lerner 10/01 8
Chaos in weather forecasts Eric J. Lerner 10/01 8-10
Ultraviolet nanolasers Eric J. Lerner 10/01 10-11
Photonic transistor Eric J. Lerner 10/01 11
Quantum stickiness put to use Eric J. Lerner 8/01 8
Molecular piston Eric J. Lerner 8/01 8, 10
Fighting epilepsy Eric J. Lerner 8/01 10-11
Holographic data storage Eric J. Lerner 8/01 11-12
Intermetallic superconductor Eric J. Lerner 6/01 8
Fluorescing nanoclusters Eric J. Lerner 6/01 8, 10
Silicon cage cluster Eric J. Lerner 6/01 10-11
Superconducting plastics Eric J. Lerner 6/01 11-12
Molybdenum as nanoconductor Eric J. Lerner 4/01 14
Memories from thin air Eric J. Lerner 4/01 14, 16
Ferromagnetics Eric J. Lerner 4/01 16-17
A nose comes of age Eric J. Lerner 4/01 17-18
Light from organic transistors Eric J. Lerner 2/01 10
A city in the computer Eric J. Lerner 2/01 10, 12
Can electrons be split? Eric J. Lerner 2/01 12-13
Sunlight to hydrogen Eric J. Lerner 2/01 13-14
Physics of the Internet Eric J. Lerner 12/00 14
Analog model of neurons Eric J. Lerner 12/00 16
Nanotube switches Eric J. Lerner 12/00 17-18
Modeling nanojets Eric J. Lerner 12/00 18-20
Who hires bachelors? Patrick Young 12/00 20
Smoothing turbulence electromagnetically Eric J. Lerner 10/00 8
Single-molecule 'scope Eric J. Lerner 10/00 8-9
Camera in a pill Eric J. Lerner 10/00 9-10
Holography with atoms Eric J. Lerner 10/00 10-11
Polymers speed electro-optical conversion Eric J. Lerner 8/00 14
3-D lithography Eric J. Lerner 8/00 14-15
Femtosecond X-ray pulses Eric J. Lerner 8/00 15-16
Molecular printing Eric J. Lerner 8/00 16-17
Putting nanomagnets in their place Eric J. Lerner 6/00 10
Storing bits on atoms Eric J. Lerner 6/00 10-11
The left hand of radiation Eric J. Lerner 6/00 11-13
The gigahertz era begins Eric J. Lerner 6/00 13
Can plasma clean auto exhaust? Eric J. Lerner 4/00 14
Nanotube nanotweezers Eric J. Lerner 4/00 14-15
Faster photography Eric J. Lerner 4/00 15-17
Spintronics Eric J. Lerner 4/00 17
Tiny, powerful laser for optical recording Eric J. Lerner 2/00 6
Transparent conductors Eric J. Lerner 2/00 6, 8
Self-assembly Eric J. Lerner 2/00 8, 10
Laser separation Eric J. Lerner 2/00 10-11
Making molecular switches Eric J. Lerner 12/99 17
Ion sputtering Eric J. Lerner 12/99 17-18
Rolf Landauer Eric J. Lerner 12/99 18-20
Insect flight elucidated Eric J. Lerner 10/99 6, 8
High-Tc motors Eric J. Lerner 10/99 8-9
Nanotubes Eric J. Lerner 10/99 9
"Mr. Science" dies Eric J. Lerner 10/99 9, 11
Communicating via brain waves Eric J. Lerner 8/99 14-16
Fiber-optic cable Eric J. Lerner 8/99 16
Magnetic surgery Eric J. Lerner 8/99 16-17
Funds increase for R&D David Pope 4/99 15
Hidden in the work force David Pope 4/99 16
Aerogel stardust collector David Pope 4/99 16, 19
Violet laser diode David Pope 4/99 19
Free-electron laser for the far infrared David Pope 2/99 18
Motion in microdevices David Pope 2/99 18, 20
Update David Pope 2/99 20
Lensless lithography David Pope 12/98 19
Update David Pope 12/98 19
Advancing battery technology David Pope 9/98 23-24
Microvalves on the move David Pope 9/98 24
Kit for MEMS David Pope 9/98 24, 26
Bow-tie resonance David Pope 9/98 26
Shallow wafer defects David Pope 9/98 26, 28
Update David Pope 9/98 28
Physics-business master's degree David Pope 6/98 17
Infrared connections David Pope 6/98 17-18
Updates David Pope 6/98 18
Higher R&D spending forecast for 1998 and 1999 David Pope 3/98 17
Biosensors to the rescue David Pope 3/98 17-18
Updates David Pope 3/98 19
Cold plasma thin films David Pope 12/97 15
Flywheel technology David Pope 12/97 15-16
High-IQ highways David Pope 12/97 16-17
Radiation detector David Pope 12/97 19
Megasonic cleaning David Pope 12/97 19
NASA puts the heat on aerogels David Pope 9/97 13
Measuring the wind David Pope 9/97 13-14, 16
The elusive blue laser David Pope 9/97 16, 18
Keeping magnetic memory ahead of the curve David Pope 6/97 20
Motion sensor David Pope 6/97 20-21
Patent search David Pope 6/97 21
Imation restructures R&D David Pope 3/97 22-23
Radio ID tags David Pope 3/97 23
Microsoft expands R&D David Pope 3/97 23

 

 

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