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The aviation industry has been warned about the possibility of flight disruptions caused by activity at Iceland's largest volcano system.

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We’re not talking about humanities here. A professional degree is all about pragmatism. Here’s “need to know” about admissions and the job market.

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The same companies which developed the robotic arms that helped astronauts build the International Space Station have now created a new research platform. Called KidsArm, this robot allows surgeons to quickly navigate to surgical sites in the body. It has an advanced imaging and control system that makes it extremely precise, and it is designed to explore the potential for automating certain demanding tasks in minimally invasive pediatric surgery.

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Specialist computer software is being developed in Manchester to help identify the early onset of osteoporosis.

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Materials Science: Octopus camouflage inspires light-responsive device

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A team of researchers at Louisiana Tech University has developed an innovative method for using affordable, consumer-grade 3D printers and materials to fabricate custom medical implants that can contain antibacterial and chemotherapeutic compounds for targeted drug delivery.

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Would cabinets made using a custom extrusion technique be good enough (and worth the cost) for creators of prototype electronic products?

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Loan will help finance 11.4-mi. extension of recently opened Silver Line in northern Virginia.

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An argument broke out over installation at a San Mateo, Calif. school project despite a union project labor agreement.

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