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Mobile devices have quickly become the most ubiquitous and highly-valued consumer technology. They offer unprecedented portability, social interactivity, context sensitiv [...]
01 April 2009 | article |
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In order to reduce the negative environmental impact of obsolete electronic devices, the CloudBlue SCOPE team developed innovative uses for computer equipment at the end [...]
01 April 2009 | article |
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The Rockwell Automation SCOPE team worked to provide an out-of-box quality control sensor for automation applications. Quality control sensors need to provide fast inspec [...]
01 April 2009 | article |
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The team focused on understanding the fundamental interactions between the physician and endoscopic instruments that result in successful surgeries. The primary objective [...]
01 April 2009 | article |
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The Raytheon / Phased Array Radar team worked on a proprietary project for the Raytheon Company related to the Center for Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere [...]
01 April 2009 | article |
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Team Lexmark designed interfaces that enable users with disabilities or impairments to engage effectively with next-generation Lexmark workstations. The team learned how [...]
01 April 2009 | article |
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Today's wind turbines have nearly reached their maximum possible efficiency and are limited to sites with a narrow profile of wind patterns. The patent-pending Mixer Ejec [...]
01 April 2009 | article |
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The Aurora SCOPE project is part of a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the Office of Naval Research that is held by Aurora Flight Sciences. T [...]
01 April 2009 | article |
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The Boston Engineering SCOPE project is part of a Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer (SBTR) grant from the Office of Naval Research that is held jointly by Olin C [...]
01 April 2009 | article |
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Renewable energy is becoming more promising as a mainstream source of grid power, leading the Premium Power SCOPE team to investigate the possibility of bringing solar en [...]
01 April 2009 | article |

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