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  • 04/17: Progressions

    Richard Monahan was appointed senior engineering manager in the Orlando office of Parsons Brinckerhoff. Maria Tonkova was hired as project manager at C.T. Hsu + Associates, P.A., Orlando. Brian A. Watson has joined Burr & Forman LLP as Orlando-based...
  • BBC America's �Real History� is Science Fiction 101

    "The history of science fiction is the history of the imagination," intones Mark Gatiss, narrator of the four-part series "The Real History of Science Fiction" on BBC America starting Saturday night. Unfortunately, it's is more like "The Reel History...
  • Oh baby: Scientists find protein that lets egg and sperm hook up

    Oh baby: Scientists find protein that lets egg and sperm hook up
    You can forget about the birds and the bees. If you really want to learn how babies are made, you need to know about Juno and Izumo. Fertilization takes place when an egg cell and a sperm cell recognize one another and fuse to form an embryo. But how...
  • Visit this secret Citro??n stash outside Paris with XCar

     
    Filed under: Classics, Videos, Citro??n With models like the 2CV, DS and SM, Citro├źn established itself as a home for quirky styling and out-of-the-box engineering, and in many minds the brand defines the look of the classic French car. In a recent video....
  • Peugeot 2008 DKR to challenge Dakar with help from Red Bull [w/video]

     
    Filed under: Motorsports, Performance, Videos, Crossover, Peugeot, Racing The Mini All4 Racing team has dominated the Dakar Rally in recent years, with wins in 2012, 2013 and 2014. In this year's event, its drivers stood atop all three steps on the...
  • Virginia Beach engineering firm to add 33 jobs after software development success

    Virginia Beach engineering firm to add 33 jobs after software development success
    Engineering firm JES plans to relocate its Virginia Beach headquarters to Corporate Landing Business Park with plans to expand its software development division and add 33 jobs. The company recently bought a 45,000-square-foot office building in the...
  • For kids, moving can be mentally tough

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Moving to a new area may be hard on the mental health of children, especially adolescents, according to a new U.S. study. Based on analysis of medical records for more than a half million children, researchers found the...
  • Name that fish: Nongame species are challenge to catch and pronounce, too

    A recent column about the primordial bowfin elicited interesting responses from readers. One, in particular, posed questions about mysterious fish he heard about as a kid in East Texas. Included on his list were paddlefish, gaspergou, drum and buffalo....
  • Kevin Horrigan: The pessimist's guide to grizzly bears and Earth Day

    This coming Friday, to "celebrate Earth Day," the Walt Disney Co. will release one of those cutesy, fun-for-all-ages, nature documentaries. "Bears" is about grizzly bears. The trailer says, "From DisneyNature comes a story that all parents share. About...
  • Hypersonic jets, lasers future for Air Force researchers

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio Air Force hypersonic weapons and fighter jets with lasers could fly in the skies of the future. Air Force Research Laboratory researchers have made top priorities of hypersonics, directed-energy weapons and...
  • Number of people injured in Texas explosion still unclear

    DALLAS One year later, the number of people hurt by the West, Texas, explosion remains a mystery because a government survey of the injured has failed to account for scores of casualties. Fifteen people, including a dozen first responders, died last...