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Published 4 April 2012

Anthrax Kits in 114 million U.S. homes get FDA scrutiny | Smart fabric for new soldier uniform | Stanford engineers use weather models to site offshore wind farms | Ohio nuclear centrifuge project to move ahead | Security lapse at Birmingham Airport amid power cut and computer crash |Why business continuity plans are a must for SMBs | U.S. national infrastructure panel to discuss resiliency at 17 April open meeting | iRobot supplies robots to Fukushima, U.S. nuclear plants | U.S. decides against making crash-prone drones run on nukes | Dutch flying car takes to the skies | Flying car gets closer to reality with test flight

 

Anthrax Kits in 114 million U.S. homes get FDA scrutiny

Smart fabric for new soldier uniform

Stanford engineers use weather models to site offshore wind farms

Ohio nuclear centrifuge project to move ahead

Security lapse at Birmingham Airport amid power cut and computer crash

Why business continuity plans are a must for SMBs

U.S. national infrastructure panel to discuss resiliency at 17 April open meeting

iRobot supplies robots to Fukushima, U.S. nuclear plants

U.S. decides against making crash-prone drones run on nukes

Dutch flying car takes to the skies

Flying car gets closer to reality with test flight

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