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An experienced pilot will make a better decision about whether to attempt a marginal landing while showing only about half as much brain activity as less experienced pilots, according to a recent study completed by scientists at Stanford University. The research used a flight simulator set up like the cockpit of a single-engine airplane.

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Mr. Baer, who worked as an engineer at a military contractor, became obsessed with building a “game box” that would allow people to play games on a standard television set.

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Tax bill includes breaks for renewable energy projects and capital-goods purchases.

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Analytics: A paper-based microfluidic device could quickly measure concentrations of acids and bases in the field

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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has discovered a law governing the relationship between critical temperature at which superconductivity begins, resistivity, and the thickness of the film for superconducting integrated circuits.

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What are the meanings of 1A1P-T100 and 1P2C-T150 etc in instrument cable tray and wiring layout? Please refer to some documents too please.

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Making its debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2015 is the EDAG Light Cocoon. This is promoted as a new dimension for lightweight construction, a sportscar with a textile outer skin panel. The EDAG Light Cocoon concept features weatherproof fabric skin stretched over a 3D-printed skeletal frame. Adding to its showmanship, the car has backlight technology which illuminates the skeleton-like, organic structure, bringing the car to life, said the company. EDAG is an engineering partner to the international automotive industry.

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Patterns derived from the veins on a leaf and spider-webs could be key for designing electrical networks for optoelectronic systems, according to researchers from Boston College and South China Normal University

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