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IceCube telescope extreme science meets extreme electronics

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6/25/2010 04:12 PM EDT
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re: IceCube telescope extreme science meets extreme electronics
BicycleBill   6/24/2010 2:18:44 PM
Great article-nice to see there are engineers and scientists doing leading-edge work, in addition to those who are doing the high-volume/low-cost/disposable stuff for consumers. We need both tracks to move technology, design, and manufacturing forward, each benefits from the other.

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