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Seven general-aviation advocacy groups said this week they have sent a letter (PDF) to officials in the Transportation Department asking them to expedite a review of the FAA's proposed rulemaking that would change the requirements for a third-class medical. The groups asked Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx to complete the review within 30 days and open the NPRM to public comment.

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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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Two different quantum systems are being coupled by researchers to create a powerful hybrid quantum system. Using a strong coupling effect, the coherence time could now be considerably prolonged.

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Your chance to ask our expert panel about the challenges, pitfalls and potential impact of hydraulic fracturing.

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David Erickson, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Cornell University, will receive a $3 million National Science Foundation grant over five years to adapt smart phones for health monitoring.

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A full-blown recovery in the microcontroller sector is underway as sales to industrial and automotive customers rebound amidst the upturn in the global economy. And it isn't confined to just the 32-bit market.

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Nanomaterials: The particles’ nanosized pores open in response to high pH, releasing their cargo

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NxGnData looks to make TLC viable as cold storage for enterprises while moving data and computation closer with its In-Situ Processing.

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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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