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Blackberry 10 continues to gain momentum in North America
Market Wire
BlackBerry announced a number of North American enterprises across a diverse range of sectors, including high tech, banking, retail and government that have adopted BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 as part of their mobile strategy. The growing number of organizations testing, adopting or reaffirming commitment to BlackBerry as their Enterprise Mobility Management solution, include: Canadian Tire Corporation, ING DIRECT, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Ricoh Canada and Torys.
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China uses space technology to modify artificial heart
People's Daily Online
A sheep implanted with a new type of artificial heart developed by Chinese scientists using cutting-edge aerospace technology has lived for 62 days thus far, the heart's developers announced recently. The development of the heart was jointly conducted by scientists from the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology and TEDA International Cardiovascular Hospital in north China's Tianjin Municipality.
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Nanotechnology market outlook 2017
PR News Wire
Nanotechnology has been the greatest impetus to technological and industrial development in the 21st century and has been recognized as the resource for the next industrial revolution. The evolving technology has already influenced a large number of industrial segments, and the economic activity generated from it has been high in magnitude and wide in scope. The nanotechnology-based products, which have had a huge impact on almost each industrial sector, are now entering the consumer market in a big way.
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Scientists discover new uses for tiny carbon nanotubes
R&D Magazine
The atom-sized world of carbon nanotubes holds great promise for a future demanding smaller and faster electronic components. Nanotubes are stronger than steel and smaller than any element of silicon-based electronics the ubiquitous component of today's electrical devices and have better conductivity, which means they can potentially process information faster while using less energy.
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Quality control in the manufacturing cycle
Quality Magazine
Up to eighty geometric features, such as radial and axial runout, width and diameter, relevant to vehicles wheels function are inspected before they are launched on the market. These have usually been inspected randomly with tactile measurement and under laboratory conditions away from the production line.
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Victoria mammography clinic using technology found by study to detect fewer cancers
Times Colonist
A private Victoria clinic is the only mammography screening centre in the province using computed radiography a technology shown to be 21 per cent less effective than two others in breast-cancer detection, according to a new Canadian study. As a result of the peer-reviewed study by Cancer Care Ontario that compared digital mammography to screened mammography, Ontario's Health Minister Deb Matthews said that province will replace its 76 computed radiography machines at an estimated cost of $25 million.
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Feds join miners, universities to improve exploration success
The Northern Miner
The Canadian government is joining more than 24 mining companies and 17 Canadian universities to launch a collaborative research project to improve exploration techniques in the mining industry. The government is providing $5.1 million over five years to the partnership through the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, marking the largest collaborative research and development grant ever awarded.
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Blackberry 10 continues to gain momentum in North America
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BlackBerry announced a number of North American enterprises across a diverse range of sectors, including high tech, banking, retail and government that have adopted BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 as part of their mobile strategy.

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Pure science is the bedrock
Ottawa Citizen
Science powers commerce, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said recently. That is undoubtedly true, but Harper might also have observed that science is powered by imagination, risk-taking and, very important, the time and money to indulge such practices.

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Porsche resurgence in Middle East fuels demand for PH mechatronics specialists
Inquirer Business
Sales of Porsche vehicles are zooming again in the Middle East on the back of renewed economic activity in the oil-producing region, and that means increased demand for certified mechanics with the competence to work on the multimillion-peso mean machines.

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The future of in-flight Wi-Fi
The Economist
Gulliver readers know that nobody pays for in-flight Wi-Fi. It's slow and unreliable, and despite the widely hated electronic-device rules some passengers still use broadband-enabled electronic devices. Often, when I turn on my laptop's Wi-Fi to see whether the flight I'm on offers free Wi-Fi, I'll notice one or two other wireless networks active at 35,000 feet, broadcast from other passengers who are surreptitiously using their broadband modems.
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iRobot wins $7.2 million tender from Brazil to provide defense and security robots
Machinery and Equipment Magazine
iRobot, a leader in delivering robotic technology-based solutions, has won contracts totaling $7.2 million from the Brazilian government to provide iRobot 510 PackBot robots, spares and associated equipment through December 2013.
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