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Aviation groups say a proposed new bill will essentially block military veterans from using their Veterans Administration benefits to obtain aviation degrees. The new measure would cap the VA benefits at $20,235 per year for flight training, a fraction of the cost of the programs that form the basis of degree aviation programs.

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Protein-packed drinkable meals come in powder form, are inexpensive, and are quick and easy to make so tech workers don’t actually have to eat.

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Pharmaceuticals: Agency wants species-specific information on sales from manufacturers of animal drugs

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Foot fault no balls could be eliminated from cricket thanks to a new device that aims to stop bowlers overstepping the mark.

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A low-cost technique that holds promise for a range of scientific and technological applications has been developed by scientists. They have combined laser printing and capillary force to build complex, self-assembling microstructures using a technique called laser printing capillary-assisted self-assembly (LPCS).

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The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) has 47 years of experience in smart decision support, smart crowd control, the smart factory and more.

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Engineer actively advocated for strong et

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Last month, Audi surprised the whole world when they claimed that they produced diesel from carbon dioxide and water, naming it as e-diesel. But for cars operating on gasoline as fuel, Audi has come up with an innovative technique. This time Audi has claimed that they've developed gasoline from plants. Known to be 'e-benzin', this synthetic fuel has been developed in France by...

After 'e-diesel', Audi develops 'e-benzin' - a green fuel from plants

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Robust railway switches and crossings that last longer and require less maintenance are under development by Huddersfield University’s Institute of Railway Research.

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