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Isaac Wilson made history in his home state of New Mexico on Tuesday when he flew his first solo in a helicopter at age 16. The flight over Double Eagle II Airport in Albuquerque was the first of its kind there. It also was a unique milestone for Wilson's instructor, Douglas Christian of Vertical Limit Aviation. "Sixteen years old, he's making history today," Christian told KOB News 4. "He has the whole world in front of him and he's gonna be a great pilot."

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The deliberate, large-scale intervention in the Earth's climate system is not a "quick fix" for global warming, according to new findings.

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Sweden called off the hunt for a submarine after a week-long underwater search in the Stockholm archipelago. Triggered by a reported sighting of a Russian submarine, the alleged 'invasion' had been widely anticipated by military specialists and the media.

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Siemens this week confirmed its plan to divest its ocean power business, including Bristol-based Marine Current Turbines (MCT), which it acquired in full in early 2012.

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Nanofabrication: Structures patterned by Blu-ray discs could boost the efficiency of photovoltaic devices

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 Live webinar is December 17 at 2 PM Eastern.  There are many factors to consider when specifying the correct valve for your application and every application is different. These conditions could be the media, temperature, compatibility, coil voltage, wattage, or explosion proof, even pressure ratings. All these considerations have an impact on specifying the correct

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The Dutch artist is taking his strandbeests — huge, self-propelled, beach-striding contraptions made of PVC tubes — to Art Basel in Miami Beach.

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UK-based megafirm realigins executives as it views new global potential

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