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March 2002
Engineer (00137758);3/22/2002, Vol. 291 Issue 7594, p5
Presents an update on technology and innovation as of March 22, 2002. Development of a machine that silences industrial noise; Impact of sleeping on employees' productivity according to the scientists of the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.


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