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  1. http://www.futureelectronics.com/en/Search.aspx?dsNav=Ntk:PlainTextSearch%7cBatteries%7c3%7c,Ny:True,Nea:True,N:577 . Today we will be talking about power sources, the technologies of how energy is stored and their features and benefits. So why batteries?
    29-10-2014 by herfingefen
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  2. A load cell is a transducer that transforms a mechanical force into an electrical signal; it is often used in aerospace, medical, and automation weighing applications.
    28-10-2014 by rhennicey21
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  3. Some may be heralding the National Institutes of Health’s agreement with Henrietta Lacks’ family as a historic breakthrough for patient consent regarding scientific research, but troubling questions linger. Ever since Rebecca Skloot published her criti
    19-03-2014 by jslewter and 9 others
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  4. Some may be heralding the National Institutes of Health’s agreement with Henrietta Lacks’ family as a historic breakthrough for patient consent regarding scientific research, but troubling questions linger. Ever since Rebecca Skloot published her criti
    18-03-2014 by farouq231 and 9 others
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  5. Some may be heralding the National Institutes of Health’s agreement with Henrietta Lacks’ family as a historic breakthrough for patient consent regarding scientific research, but troubling questions linger. Ever since Rebecca Skloot published her criti
    19-02-2014 by jacobssantos and 9 others
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  6. Some may be heralding the National Institutes of Health’s agreement with Henrietta Lacks’ family as a historic breakthrough for patient consent regarding scientific research, but troubling questions linger. Ever since Rebecca Skloot published her criti
    20-01-2014 by cosgrove and 9 others
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  7. Some may be heralding the National Institutes of Health’s agreement with Henrietta Lacks’ family as a historic breakthrough for patient consent regarding scientific research, but troubling questions linger. Ever since Rebecca Skloot published her criti
    19-01-2014 by artofmarketing and 9 others
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  8. Some may be heralding the National Institutes of Health’s agreement with Henrietta Lacks’ family as a historic breakthrough for patient consent regarding scientific research, but troubling questions linger. Ever since Rebecca Skloot published her criti
    18-12-2013 by david_benefry and 9 others
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  9. Some may be heralding the National Institutes of Health’s agreement with Henrietta Lacks’ family as a historic breakthrough for patient consent regarding scientific research, but troubling questions linger. Ever since Rebecca Skloot published her criti
    13-11-2013 by pertinax and 9 others
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  10. Some may be heralding the National Institutes of Health’s agreement with Henrietta Lacks’ family as a historic breakthrough for patient consent regarding scientific research, but troubling questions linger. Ever since Rebecca Skloot published her criti
    23-10-2013 by ruiserter and 9 others
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