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The Weekender has some aviation history tours in store on SocialFlight's calendar. See the historic Falcon Field in Mesa, Arizona and its legacy aircraft at the airport's annual open house Saturday. Learn about the airport's origins as a World War II pilot training base at the on-site museum, which will host a Southwest Military Transport Show.

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Experts respond to an Op-Ed essay, “The Risks of Climate Engineering.”

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Hemmed in on the one side by the ocean shore and on the other by a major live rail line, the NZ$50m (US$37.5m) Ngauranga to Aotea Quay Upgrade is finally getting to grips with one of the nation’s most congested stretches of highway.

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Lockheed Martin's 30-kilowatt fiber laser weapon system successfully disabled the engine of a small truck during a recent field test, demonstrating the rapidly evolving precision capability to protect military forces and critical infrastructure.

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VTT has developed a large-surface light-emitting plastic film based on OLED technology that can be fabricated using gravure and screen-printing methods.

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Researchers have created an electronic device using CMOS technology that detects electromagnetic waves to create images at nearly 10 terahertz, which is the highest frequency for electronic devices. The device could make night vision and heat-based imaging affordable.

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Instrumentation: Researchers develop the first miniature analyzer for mass spec’s quantitation workhorse

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Today's engineering students get to see what it's like to work in teams to solve problems. The university experience is no longer rigid.

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