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While there is currently no backlog of certification applications at the FAA, the agency says it's changing the way it processes those applications. The new process replaces "project sequencing" with a system the FAA says "offers applicants increased predictability and a commitment to a response time for the review of the applicant's compliance data."

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The latest move comes with efforts to merge Samsung affiliates gaining speed after the patriarch of group’s controlling family was hospitalized in May.

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The firm expects annual savings of up to $120 million, but notes new work.

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Future spacesuits could be made of lightweight stretchy material that shrinks to fit astronauts’ bodies, according to US researchers developing such technology.

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Acquisition: Deal would continue French firm’s shift toward specialties

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The iPhone 6 Plus packs a host of new tech including Apple's A8 SoC manufactured by TSMC.

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The interstitial pressure inside a tumor is often remarkably high compared to normal tissues and is thought to impede the delivery of chemotherapeutic agents as well as decrease the effectiveness of radiation therapy. While medications exist that temporarily decrease tumor pressure, identifying the optimal window to initiate treatment—when tumor pressure is lowest—remains a challenge. With support from NIBIB, researchers at Purdue University have developed a novel sensor that can wirelessly relay pressure readings from inside a tumor.

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Researchers have found new adhesives based on mussel proteins could be useful for naval or medical applications. To create their new waterproof adhesives, researchers engineered bacteria to produce a hybrid material that incorporates naturally sticky mussel proteins as well as a bacterial protein found in biofilms -- slimy layers formed by bacteria growing on a surface. When combined, these proteins form even stronger underwater adhesives than those secreted by mussels.

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Company: ZMDI
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Job Description:

Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Support of customers in development of low-power secure wireless mesh networking solutions on hardware level and software level
  • Specification of firmware requirements based on customer and system requirements
  • Implementation of Firmware components and customer interfaces
  • Source code development, review and maintenance
  • Working with customers and suppliers for implementation and product approvals
  • System level firmware test, verification and validation
  • Firmware documentation
  • Continuous improvement of Firmware development flow

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