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Nandyal TD questions allotment of agri research land for YSRC office

Deccan Chronicle 07 Feb 2023
A row has erupted over the alleged allocation of a portion of the land of the Regional Agriculture Research Station (RARS) in the newly formed district headquarters of Nandyal to the ruling YSR Congress.
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The wind turbine pioneer

Technology Org 07 Feb 2023
The topic was the stochastic dynamics of structures—also called random oscillations—and involved research into the peaceful use of nuclear energy, which took place at the then Risø nuclear test station ... gained a unique insight into the first research and development projects.
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Mall launches charging station for e-vehicles

Sun Star 07 Feb 2023
A FREE Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station was officially launched at SM Lanang Premier basement grounds on February 6 in a bid to encourage Dabawenyos to use electric vehicles (e-vehicles) ... Adrian Delola, Department of Energy (DOE) Science Research Specialist II, said the e-charging stations are gradually being installed in Mindanao.
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NASA’s Prepares for Space Station Cargo Launch, Docking for Expedition 68 Crew Feb. 9

Space Coast Daily 07 Feb 2023
The Progress will be placed into an orbit for a two-day journey to the space station, culminating in an automatic docking to the aft port of the Zvezda service module at 3.47 a.m ... The International Space Station is a convergence of science, technology, and human innovation, enabling research and technology demonstrations not possible on Earth.
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WayCool Foods and TNAU sign pact to digitise Package of Practices for 133 crops

Business Line 07 Feb 2023
... people to train farmers and open grounds for them to research organic farming in the Outgrow Agriculture Research Station (OARS).
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China to advance lunar exploration program

People Daily 07 Feb 2023
The Chang'e-8 mission will be launched around 2028 and will work in collaboration with Chang'e-7 to build a basic model of a scientific research station on the moon's south pole, including multiple exploration ...
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A 16-year-old girl killed in a shark attack was swimming in a river, not the ...

Business Insider 07 Feb 2023
The recent deadly attack has sparked some calls for additional research into bull sharks in the river, with Johan Gustafson, a marine ecologist with Griffith University, telling Perth radio station 6PR that tagging the fish would help researchers better understand them.
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5G Base Station Market Growth Rate, Revenue, Recent Development, Future Prospect And Forecast To 2030

MENA FN 07 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - America News Hour) In a recent published report, Kenneth Research has updated the market report for 5G Base Station Market for 2021 till 2030. Report further now discusses; the various ... .
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Hidden molten rock layer shatters knowledge of tectonic plates - study

The Jerusalem Post 07 Feb 2023
Noticing signs of partially molten rock while investigating seismic activity in Turkey, the researchers managed to put together a map of the asthenosphere thanks to data from seismic stations ... The researchers looked at their map of the partially molten rock areas and compared it with data regarding tectonic plate movement.
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Drift ice camp in the middle of the Arctic Ocean as seen from the deck of icebreaker Xue Long
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China building new satellite station in Antarctica

Asiatimes 06 Feb 2023
Zhongshan is one of five Antarctic research stations managed by the Polar Research Institute of China ... Twelve countries have research stations on King George Island. A Chinese research station in Antarctica.
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Establishes first satellite observatory for quantum optical communication

Technology Org 06 Feb 2023
In practice, there are quite a few research questions that need to be answered ... In the project’s first phase, the TAU researchers will try to establish optical communication followed by quantum communication between ground stations, ground stations and drones, and then between ground stations and a satellite of one of their international partners.
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UAE astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi to be the subject of several experiments onboard the ISS

Khaleejtimes 06 Feb 2023
A total of 250 research experiments will be carried out during the six-month mission to the ISS, which will include Al Neyadi conducting at least 20 experiments, apart from the tasks consigned by Nasa and doing maintenance work on the orbiting station ... Astronauts explain station's ...
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UMF professor Dr. Andrew Barton and team of forest scientists receive $597,000 NASA grant to ...

Bangor Daily News 06 Feb 2023
The research team will employ on-site weather stations, underground soil moisture meters, sap-flow sensors inserted into trees, laser-equipped drones, LIDAR, and sensors on the Landsat satellite and the International Space Station ... His current research focuses on the response of ...
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'I’m always open to discussions': DJ Gary Davies 'hints he'd be happy to talk to ...

The Daily Mail 06 Feb 2023
Radio 2 is still the UK’s most popular station, but its overall weekly audience has fallen by 580,000 to 14.29million ... Breakfast show host Zoe Ball has seen a drop in listeners, while Ken's listenership is also down - although his show is still the most listened to on the station with 8.2million, according to the radio audience research group Rajar.
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Pentagon Downs Chinese Balloon, Blinken Cancels China Trip as Beijing Accuses U.S. of Overreacting

Democracy Now 06 Feb 2023
China’s Defense Ministry claimed the balloon was a weather research station that had blown off course, and accused the U.S ... ChinaPentagon. .

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File - Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, left, rides on a Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) Type 10 tank during a review at the JGSDF Camp Asaka in Tokyo, Japan, Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021. Kishida’s Cabinet approved record 5.4 trillion yen ($47 billion) budget Friday, Dec. 24, for fiscal 2022 that includes researches and development into future fighter jets and other “game-changer” arsenals as Japan bolsters its arms capability amid China's rise and its tension with Taiwan.
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Kinga Gal at the European People's Party Political Assembly in Brussels in December 2015
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