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A jammed door in a Delta Airlines jet left the captain locked out of the cockpit during a flight from Minneapolis to Las Vegas Thursday, leaving the first officer to perform a solo landing of sorts from the right seat. Delta 1651, which otherwise landed uneventfully and on time with 168 passengers at McCarran International Airport, was officially an emergency.

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Leading business schools are breaking from traditional approaches and picking up the digital-age arts of speed and constant experimentation.

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A space scientist at the University of Leicester, in collaboration with the New Zealand Defence Technology Agency and DMC International Imaging, has been trialling a concept for using satellite imagery to significantly improve the chances of locating ships and planes, such as the missing Malaysian flight MH370, lost at sea.

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Ultra-high capacity wireless broadband could be on the way, thanks to a three-year £3m European Commission-funded project led by Glasgow University.

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If you can't find the ideal material, then design a new one. By manipulating the ordered arrangement of atoms in layered complex oxide materials, scientists have found a way to control their electronic band gaps, which determines the electrical behavior of the material and how it interacts with light.

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Finance: Action against chemical maker mirrors previous moves aimed at Dow and DuPont

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Programmable logic company Tabula is rumored to be closing its doors on March 24. Tabula garnered industry interest with a unique 12-level FPGA architecture that dramatically shortened interconnects.

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Contractors and engineers that are using drones soon may be able to buy standardized insurance coverage from a greater number of insurers.

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