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Next Gen Materials Take Flight with Swinburne Research

Next Gen Materials Take Flight with Swinburne Research

New industry-linked Swinburne research could save lives and save millions by using nanomaterials to help engineers detect structural defects in planes and rockets before they cause disaster. The ARC Linkage funded project with Sparc Technologies and Composite Materials Engineering is creating the next generation of smart composites that can improve safety and reliability, while significantly …

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Cooling away the pain - Today's Medical Developments

Cooling away the pain – Today’s Medical Developments

© FAULHABER | http://www.faulhaberusa.com/ With the exoskeleton “Autonomyo”, this dream can now be made a reality. The active walking aid supports the weakened muscles and enables an intuitive sequence of movements that mimics the natural sequence. The additional power is supplied by six micromotors. To facilitate a harmonious interaction between the exoskeleton and its user, …

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‘No one fights alone’: Two mothers recount their stories during school’s annual cancer assistance drive

‘No one fights alone’: Two mothers recount their stories during school’s annual cancer assistance drive

It is a parent’s worst nightmare — a headache or throat ache that turns into something more sinister: cancer. It is a reality parents of nearly 10,500 children in the U.S. will face this year, according to the American Cancer Society. It is also a reality at least two parents who work at Henderson Ward …

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DeSantis addresses response to Florida hurricane damage

DeSantis addresses response to Florida hurricane damage

Gov. Ron DeSantis gave an update in Fort Myers Saturday afternoon on assisting Florida residents after Hurricane Ian.Over 1,100 rescues were performed as of 7 a.m. Saturday morning, and crews are continuing search and rescue efforts. DeSantis said utility crews are also actively working to restore power for those who experienced power outages. “Forty-eight hours …

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DEO waives requirements for Floridians Impacted by Hurricane Ian.

DEO waives requirements for Floridians Impacted by Hurricane Ian.

According to a statement released today by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), the work search reporting, waiting week and Employ Florida registration requirements for Reemployment Assistance claims have been temporarily waived for Floridians affected by Hurricane Ian in counties where FEMA has declared a disaster. Eligible Floridians will be able to apply for …

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UW-Stevens Point to host financial aid assistance event

UW-Stevens Point to host financial aid assistance event

Families looking for help with applying for financial aid for higher education may attend a free event at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in October. The event, “College Goal Wisconsin,” will be offered at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11, at UW-Stevens Point’s College of Professional Studies Building, 1901 Fourth Ave., Stevens Point. Parking is available …

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Volusia County leaders provide update on recovery efforts

Volusia County leaders provide update on recovery efforts

Officials: Hurricane damage causing Volusia County houses to fall into ocean Updated: 4:11 PM EDT Oct 1, 2022 Hide Transcript Show Transcript multiple avenues are available to apply for fema assistance. Residents can apply online at disaster assistance dot gov. That’s www dot disaster assistance dot gov. You can also do it through the fema …

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