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#Ebola protective suit for healthcare workers wins global competition - an annotated infographic

A protective suit devised by a team from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, is among the winners in a global competition for solutions to increase the protection and comfort of healthcare workers battling outbreaks of the Ebola virus. 47 more words


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Harder Mechanical, founded in 1934, is one of the oldest continuously operating mechanical construction companies in the United States. We are recognized as a leader in high-Tech, industrial construction, successfully managing projects throughout the […] 7 more words

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Senior-Level Engineer (financial district)

Integral Consulting Inc. (http://ift.tt/1fboW2D) is a national science and engineering firm providing multidisciplinary services in the fields of environmental science and engineering, health, ecology, aquatic sciences, geology and hydrology, atmosph […] 7 more words

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Needham Market, UK: Network Rail to reconsider options

network Rail has bowed to pressure from the community that replacement of Needham Market’s Gypsy Lane footpath level crossing with a stepped footbridge is unacceptable as it will be discriminatory. 15 more words


#Fiat500X subcompact crossover aimed at American market - an annotated infographic

Having previously pumped up the fashionista’s preferred runaround of choice, the Fiat 500, to produce the oddly unremarkable 500L, Fiat has now launched the funkier-looking 500X. 94 more words


Lego for grown-ups: monochrome set is targeted at architects

Lego has catered to young tinkerers and nascent engineers since it first introduced its signature interlocking blocks in 1949. But the Danish firm is now trying to appeal to a more professional crowd with a new product that targets architects and urban designers. 222 more words

Bellingham, WA: Quiet zone in prospect

The Bellingham City Council is now actively seeking the funds it will need to implement a quiet zone by upgrading level crossings to the point that the routine sounding of train horns becomes history. 56 more words

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