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ROUND-UP: Surrey wins prestigious highways award, county council team plants poppies to remember war heroes

Surrey Highways team wins industry’s premier award for partnership work

Surrey County Council’s Operation Horizon project has been praised at the Highways Magazine Excellence Awards. 174 more words


GMO T Cells Found To Kill Leukemia

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania are using genetically modified immune cells to put leukemia into remission, The New York Times reports. All the patients in the trial had previously relapsed multiple times or failed to respond to conventional treatments. 65 more words


X-Rays From The Sun Could Show Signs Of Dark Matter

For decades, scientists have been searching for dark matter, the mysterious stuff whose gravity binds the galaxies, and new results from the European Space Agency’s orbiting XMM-Newton x-ray satellite could be clues that dark matter consists of exotic particles called axions.  72 more words


Walton Bridge wins award, charity thanks council and heritage show set to delight

Charity thanks council for long-term support

A charity that works to inspire children into hi-tech jobs has thanked Surrey County Council for 30 years of support. 682 more words

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Pittsburgh: 3 South Oakland Buildings Improved In Atwood Street Fire

PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Fire Department was called late last night to a three-alarm blaze on Atwood Street that, according to onlookers, “greatly improved at least three of the buildings.” 110 more words


Open for Business in Terre Haute

American Structurepoint officially has a new home in Terra Haute. Last month, Brian Payne and Josh Price moved in full time into the Terre Haute office. 40 more words

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Ribbon Cutting Celebrates New Evansville Location

American Structurepoint hosted a ribbon cutting event on Wednesday, September 24, to celebrate the new downtown location. Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke along with other city officials was in attendance to participate in the official ribbon cutting ceremony at the new location with Rick Conner and other Evansville staff members.

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