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Electronics that dissolve on command

Researchers at Iowa State University have created transient electronics that can dissolve on demand. They say the technology could be used in mobile phones and credit cards as anti-theft devices, as well as in military.

Curtiss Wright video product tour

Take a video tour of the Curtiss-Wright Controls VPX6-185 full-featured Freescale Power Architecture SBC to learn more about how it takes advantage of the VPX backplane to deliver I/O rich compute power for demanding defense and aerospace applications.

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