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Residents of a town overlooking the Pacific Ocean want to save the Albion River Bridge. They say it defines them. But state officials say it has to go.

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A century-old firm that's done custom metal work for some of the nation's most prestigious buildings has combined 3-D printing and an ancient foundry process for a project at the National Archives Building in Washington, D.C.

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A research team used silver nanodiscs to increase the promising new material's light emission by twelve times, making it a better candidate for light-emitting diode technologies.

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Researchers at the University of Illinois invented the worlds first on/off transceiver fast enough for commercialization, saving up to $870 million per year in datacenter power bills.

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Pharmaceuticals: Evotec set to take over R&D activities at Toulouse site and major screening compound library

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Hello everyone, I would like to have some information regarding summer training programmes in Cse after 4th sem.
Is it necessary? or should we focus on learning languages?

And if someone wants to do the training then which are the organizations available?
I am particularly from jamshedpur,jharkhand.
So plz, suggest any organisation for the same.

Thank you.

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Researchers in the US have developed what is claimed to be the first fully implantable micropacemaker for use in a foetus.

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The idea of intrepreneurship—entrepreneurship within big corporations—resonated with attendees at ENR FutureTech, held in San Francisco March 16-17.

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