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IN THE October ISSUE:
  1. "Getting Back" Rather Than "Giving Back"
  2. Radiation Detection Standards Available to the Public
  3. Committee Sees Work on Ethical Issues Take Hold
  4. Electron Devices Conference Celebrates 50 Years of Breakthroughs
  5. Asynchronous Circuits Conference Generates Timely Insights
  6. 2006 IEEE Technical Field Award Nominations Due
  7. Get Bonus Months on New Societies, Subscriptions
  8. IEEE Web Account Needed to Access Online Communities

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