Getting a new ship into the water is, presumably, the most important part of building a seafaring vessel. But not all ships are created equal — some are simply massive. They all need to get in
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Europe Precipitated Barium Sulfate Market: Introduction
Transparency Market Research delivers key insights on the precipitated barium sulfate marke
If you ever get a chance to go to Leiden, take it. It is a beautiful little city that hides some high-power university research. It also boasts the world’s first rubber computer. You won’t b
SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich., – The Soo Locks’ MacArthur Lock will close to marine traffic on Dec. 15 through April 30, 2022 to perform critical maintenance.
The Poe Lock will remain open
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A powerful typhoon left at least 31 people dead, knocked down power and communications in entire provinces and wrought widespr
The Army’s replacements for its Vietnam War-era “Mike Boat” landing craft are coming to Fort Eustis, which needs an upgrade of its Skiffes Creek port to handle the new vessels, the base s
The $595 million project to replace the Raritan River Bridge is moving to the next stage.
NJ Transit last week began soliciting bids for the second construction phase of the project after
WOBBLING on a vibrating plate might sound like a fairground ride but, in fact, it may have genuine health benefits.
Research shows that just six weeks of vibration therapy can lead to impr