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The FAA says it hasn't yet dealt with more than 30 requests from companies and groups that want to fly small unmanned aerial systems for commercial purposes in the U.S. The companies, like Wilbur-Ellis Co., a California-based agribusiness corporation, have been filing Petitions for Exemption from a host of regulations that add up to the FAA's current prohibition on commercial drone use.

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Researchers have realized a long-held dream: inspired by an industrial assembly line, they have developed a nanoscale production line for the assembly of biological molecules.

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The latest move comes with efforts to merge Samsung affiliates gaining speed after the patriarch of group’s controlling family was hospitalized in May.

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Researchers have found a way to turn rubber bands into cheap, flexible body monitoring sensors by infusing them with graphene.

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The 6.0 earthquake that rocked Napa, California, on Aug. 24 is placing the spotlight on efforts by property owners and municipalities to retrofit older buildings and improve their ability to withstand earthquakes.

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Infectious Disease: The antibodies are the first step toward treatments for a virus responsible for some past deadly Ebola outbreaks

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On returning from his trip to Brazil, Max was diagnosed with bronchitis, which he thinks he caught on the plane. Is there any way to prevent this in the future?

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On returning from his trip to Brazil, Max was diagnosed with bronchitis, which he thinks he caught on the plane. Is there any way to prevent this in the future?

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hanks to the advance of building information modeling tools that can integrate model-based data into an array of platforms, quantity takeoffs and cost estimates are getting more granular, which is changing how projects are run.

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