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Bell Helicopter's new assembly plant for its upcoming Short Light Single rotorcraft is open in Lafayette, Louisiana, the company announced Thursday. Based at Lafayette's regional airport, the 82,300-square-foot leased hangar will house assembly of Bell's 505 Jet Ranger X.

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As the series has grown and attracted lucrative television contracts and global sponsors, it has allowed teams with bigger budgets to use superior technology to eliminate human error.

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Offshore wind energy could add 4.2 million megawatts to the generating capacity of the U.S., according to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, but the U.S. market has stalled almost completely, hindered by regulatory uncertainties, political opposition, litigation and a lack of available financing.

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Patients suffering from aneurysms that extend from their chest into their groin may be helped by a new stent graft, thanks to collaborative research. Mechanical engineers fluid flow modeling “helped validate that the configuration is delivering more well developed blood flow with the design,” according to a vascular surgeon.

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NASA researchers in California are using a modern version of a 150-year-old German photography technique to capture images of shock waves created by supersonic airplanes. Over the past five years scientists from NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base and Ames Research Center at Moffett Field have teamed up to demonstrate how schlieren imagery, invented in 1864 by German physicist August Toepler, can be used to visualize supersonic flow phenomena with full-scale aircraft in flight. The results will help engineers to design a quiet supersonic transport. Although current regulations prohibit unrestricted overland supersonic flight in the United States, a clear understanding of the location and relative strength of shock waves is essential for designing future high-speed commercial aircraft.

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More than 140 students have been taking part in the company’s 12-week summer internship programme, earning £4,200 in the process.

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A veteran graphics analyst takes AMD‰s first graphics card with stacked memory out for a test drive.

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Pesticides: Findings trigger increased pressure to extend temporary ban on substances

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I am in final year and i have selected to make a game as my project . Please help me is making a game a valid project .Does it come under IEEE . If yes then what is its domain

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