THE TALL Building Fire Safety Network – the organisation underpinned by 1,500 members in 28 countries and with a stated mission of sharing information and Best Practice on all aspects of high-rise structure fire safety – is actively tackling the future challenges of more complex tall build
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A review paper by scientists at the University of Oxford discussed possible benefits of using humanoid musculoskeletal robots and soft robotic systems as bioreactor platforms in producing clinically useful tendon constructs.
The new re
For the record, no actual hate towards Amari Cooper. He was just a thorn in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ side last night and I can’t pass up the chance to make an obscure reference to one of the very few movies I’m aware of.
While the Cleveland Browns’ strong runnin
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One hundred and ten flights. Two thousand, two hundred steps. The climb first responders made on Sept. 11, 2001, inside the Twin Towers of t
Due to the increasing concerns about medical devices' cybersecurity risks, European Union regulators put forward a new set of market entry requirements for medical devices and in vitro diagnostic medical devices to reduce the risk of patient harm as a result of a cyber incident, as well as pro
Company must pay five-figure penalty after balcony repair tragedy
Alberta employer Joseph Ogden has been fined $80,000 after a worker fell to his death while repairing a balcony.
The incident happened on March 4, 2019 in Leduc, AB. Work
Greene County resident Louise Johnson stands near a tree that was recently scalped of its bark by someone wielding a hatchet in the Horse Creek Campground. The Unaka Ranger District will be doubling its employment force over the next year, and locals hope the increased presence of Forest Servi
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Dublin, Sept. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "The Const
How does crashing a spacecraft into a distant asteroid prevent global catastrophe on Earth?
We’re about to find out.
On September 26, NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test spacecraft, or DART, will make its final approach to a pair of asteroids, a half-mile-
A crackdown by SafeWork NSW on dangerous construction site work practices on the Central Coast last week has resulted in 47 improvement notices and seven prohibition notices being issued.
The three-day operation focused on high-risk safety harms and substandard building practices and inv