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In psychology it is called visualization and it is used as a simple performance-enhancing technique. You visualize yourself successfully completing a difficult task before you do it.
This month's Letters to the Editor examine globalization and recruiting women into the engineering field.
News & Notes
It’s March, so the regional elimination rounds for the FIRST Robotics Competition are in full swing, and according each team has been equipped with a kit containing 422 parts from 59 suppliers.
The March 2008 Computing column includes "Too Hot to Handle," "Design Into Repair" and "Find the Price."
Power Transmission and Motion Control is the theme of this month's Technology Focus section.
Recently published books for engineers and those interested in engineering.
Researchers at the Idaho National Laboratory may have found a way to make solar cells that would be cheap and ubiquitous.
Heat, Work & the First Law
From Savery at the mines to Joule's propeller, the understanding of thermodynamics proceeded step by thoughtful step.
Engineering Management: The data stored in computers can remain as valuable as ever, but retrieving it becomes a challenge over time.
Making a fast loom even faster requires special handling of noise and vibration.
The Efficient Frontier
Engineering Management: Pushing the boundaries of what's possible as an engineer.
To a Higher Degree
Engineering Management: How do you decide which advanced course of study is the best option for your career?
Managing the Unpredictable
What can we learn from the Seattle Symphony and hospital pediatric emergency wards? For starters, they can teach us how to handle a crisis.
Mind Mapping and Depicting Flow are featured in this month's Software Exchange.
The March 2008 New Products include a measurement arm, a discrete I/O module and a data logger.
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