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Tools
‘Rowing’ Wheelchair is a Moving Experience (Oct 2014)
Atomic Clocks: Superaccurate Time Keeping  (Jan 1997)
Balloons: Buoyant Flight  (Sep 1990)
Bar Codes: Bars and Stripes Forever  (Aug 1992)
CD-ROMs: Learning Not to Forget  (Oct 1992)
Cote d'Ivoire's Tech Solutions to Local Problems (May 2014)
Could FDA E-cigarette Regulations Help More People Quit Smoking?
 (Mar 2016)
Developing Internet-Equipped Satellites  (May 2008)
Electron Microscope Reveals the Tiniest Worlds  (Apr 1986)
Hubble Finds Most Distant Primeval Galaxies  (Feb 2010)
Lasers at Thirty  (Mar 1989)
No Lone Wolves in Cybserspace (Feb 2013)
O-Rings: The Ubiquitous Rubber Seals  (Oct 1991)
Optical Spectroscopy: The Servant of Science  (Nov 1991)
Particle Accelerators: The Fleeting Glance, the Healing Touch  (Aug 1996)
Pencils: Writ Large, but Little Noted  (Feb 1994)
Stone Tools: Earliest Use Identified  (Sep 2010)

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