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General aviation airplane shipments fell 9.1 percent in the first half of this year compared to last year, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association reported Friday. GA rotorcraft shipments also dropped this year so far, with 502 delivered, down from 447 in the first half of 2014.

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Aveva would receive Schneider Electric’s industrial software business and cash for a 53.5 percent stake in the British engineering company.

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Sandia National Laboratories is preserving the history of nuclear weapons in hardware developed since the start of the nuclear era as a way to connect new generations of weapons engineers to the engineering work of past generations.

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Danish spin-out works with Zeiss to bring sybchrotron capability to the materials lab

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Brain-controlled prostheses sample a few hundred neurons to estimate motor commands that involve millions of neurons. Sampling errors can reduce the precision and speed of thought-controlled keypads. A new technique can analyze this sample and make dozens of corrective adjustments in the blink of an eye to make thought-controlled cursors more precise.

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Short-term bill averts highway funds cutoff; six-year measure raises hopes that the House will produce similar plan in the fall.

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Environment: Analysis finds thousands of oil and gas hydraulic fracturing wells are less than a mile deep

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Every government tenure always faced the disruptions in Parliament. On cost of public exchequer, debate is not as much fruitful as it should be . This was one of the issues, our Ex President was dealing with, before leaving this planet. May be we can carry forward his ideas and inspiration.
CEians, Please provide your ideas for the same.

RIP: A Great Person with vision for The Great Nation.

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