Malcolm Burwell, Director, Technology Development and Transfer, for the International Copper Association (ICA), will present Copper Rotor Induction Motors: One Alternative to Rare Earths in Tractio
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Ford is once again engaging its innovative marketing campaign for the 2012 Focus Electric.
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It’s been five months and we have not heard a word from NHTSA or SAE on this safety issue.
Aluminum and light-weight automotive body structures surely go together, no less than light-weight bodies and lower MPG.
A few weeks ago, Toyota Motors (ADR: TM) stock was between a rock and a hard place; against strong upward resistance which had failed three times since last July, and two of the three times just re
Subsequent to year-end, on February 3, 2012, Axion completed a registered-direct offering of common stock that provided $8.6 million of new financing that will be used for working capital and for g
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Nelson Hoyos will serve as Director of Development for Cyclone Power Technologies (OTCQB: CYPW) LSR car and performance division, known as TeamSteamUSA, as well as oversee its management, marketing
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