Bridgestone-Firestone North America is recalling more than 36,000 heavy truck tires in the U.S. and Canada because the tread can separate from the body and...
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2.5.2016
3:27pm
From contact lenses that double as computer screens to roads in France paved with solar panels, the past week brought a grab bag of breakthroughs, including a...
by Tomas Kellner, GE Reports
2.5.2016
3:23pm
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A public service announcement was launched by the FAA this week, declaring the airspace around the stadium as a “No Drone Zone” during the event. Temporary...
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On this day in 1878, Andre Citroen, maker of Citroen brand automobiles and the man called “the Henry Ford of France” for his Ford-inspired work on improving...
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2.5.2016
2:52pm
Going green pays: Five clean energy companies that recently emerged from business accelerator programs have been given $250,000 in funding by the Massachusetts...
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2.5.2016
2:41pm
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Wearable device sales are expected to improve worldwide in both 2016 and 2017, due in large part to improved smartwatch and virtual reality headset sales.
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2.5.2016
1:24pm
A California official outlined a plan Thursday to cap a massive Los Angeles-area gas leak by the end of next week. The final phase to intercept the ruptured...
by Brian Melley, Associated Press
2.5.2016
11:31am
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Lockheed Martin Space Systems has been given a $96 million undefinitized contract modification to adjust the GPS control segment for the Air Force’s GPS III...
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2.5.2016
11:00am
3D printing is redefining many industries, and one of the places where it is really making an impact is in delivering a new generation of low-cost 3D-printed...
by Jeff Walsh, Line/Shape/Space
2.5.2016
10:10am
Last December, a cylindrical freighter was maneuvered into place on the International Space Station for the first time. The arrival of the enhanced Cygnus...
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2.5.2016
10:08am
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Every time Peyton Manning throws a pass or Cam Newton takes off to run in Sunday's Super Bowl, they'll be gripping a football made in a quaint Ohio village 2,...
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2.5.2016
9:55am
Air dryers are essential for air compressors. They keep compressors free of moisture, and prevent condensate and rust problems from occurring. Air compressors...
by Dana Smith, Compressor World
2.5.2016
9:33am
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Honda Motor Co. said Friday that it would recall 5.7 million cars worldwide in the latest round of recalls involving Takata Corp. air bag inflators that can...
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2.5.2016
9:20am
A NASA team has successfully demonstrated the handling and loading of a new-fangled, Swedish-developed “green propellant” that smells like glass cleaner, looks...
by NASA
2.5.2016
9:14am
Carloudy, a voice-activated, wireless heads up display designed to give motorists a navigation experience well beyond what’s offered by cell phone and GPS-...
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3:13pm
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Clean energy efficiency in the United States is on the rise even as oil prices drop, according to a study from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) and the...
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2.4.2016
2:30pm
The SS United States, an ocean liner bigger than the Titanic that once carried celebrities across the Atlantic at record speeds, may one day sail again....
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2.4.2016
1:49pm
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Researcher David Moore holds a rectangle of hard carbon composite material, smooth with a faint woven pattern on its surface. The sample shows normal wear and...
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2.4.2016
12:38pm
Textron’s AAI Corporation was awarded a $97.1 million modification to an Army contract to produce the Shadow Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System tactical data...
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2.4.2016
12:07pm
General Electric announced on Monday that it will soon end its production of coiled compact fluorescent lamps in the U.S. and instead shift its lighting...
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2.4.2016
11:47am
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Three of the biggest freight railroads operating in the U.S. have told the government they won't meet a 2018 deadline to start using safety technology intended...
by Joan Lowy, Associated Press
2.4.2016
11:43am
On this day in 1906 Clyde Tombaugh, the man who discovered Pluto, was born. He was 24 years old when the new planet was announced to the public on March 13,...
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2.4.2016
11:39am
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Scientists in Germany flipped the switch Wednesday on an experiment they hope will advance the quest for nuclear fusion, considered a clean and safe form of...
by Frank Jordans, Associated Press
2.4.2016
11:33am
Honda is recalling an additional 2.2 million Honda and Acura vehicles because the driver's air bag inflators made by Takata can explode and hurl shrapnel into...
by Tom Krisher, AP Auto Writer
2.4.2016
11:27am
Inside the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland is a massive clean room that houses a valuable component of the James Webb Telescope — the world’s most...
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When a city operates a public water-supply system, it enters into an implied agreement with its customers, most of whom have no realistic second choice as to...
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2.4.2016
9:48am
Daedalus of Crete — who, according to Greek myth, designed the labyrinth that trapped the Minotaur — is one of the oldest symbols of human ingenuity, credited...
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
2.4.2016
9:40am
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For years, pressure vessels have been indirectly involved in making our lives better. Being utilized in water treatment plants, food processing and power...
by Bhaumik Dave, Sr. FEA consultant, Hi-Tech Outsourcing Services
2.4.2016
9:35am
Another problem has developed with automotive air bags, this one resulting in recalls of 5 million vehicles. Continental Automotive Systems says in documents...
by The Associated Press
2.4.2016
9:19am
Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than a half-million Dodge Chargers worldwide because they can slip off of a jack when tires are being changed. The recall ...
by The Associated Press
2.4.2016
9:12am
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