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Carpenter Technology and BMT Aerospace Combine Expertise in Redesign and Production of Additively Manufactured Aerospace Component

LE BOURGET, France, June 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Carpenter Technology Corporation (NYSE:CRS) and Belgium-based BMT Aerospace today announced their cooperation in the development of an additively manufactured (AM) aerospace pinion, using Carpenter Technology’s Custom…

Philips Research wins Dutch Hendrik Lorentz Award for its pioneering use of data science and artificial intelligence in healthcare

June 14, 2019 Philips’ AI-powered adaptive intelligence solutions help people to live healthy lifestyles, improve patient outcomes, reduce healthcare costs, and enhance the patient and staff experience Amsterdam, the Netherlands Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX:…

Orang Asli do not reject modernisation, asking for clean water

GUA MUSANG, The Orang Asli Batek community in Kampung Kuala Koh here may still practise a primitive way of life, but they do not reject modernisation and are in fact hoping for basic amenities like…

Idea of appointing Melaka native as next governor has not been discussed – Adly

MELAKA, Matters relating to the idea of having a Melaka native individual to be appointed as the next Yang Dipertua Negeri (Governor) of the state have yet to be discussed, according to Chief Minister Adly…

Bone fragments found near Gua Kandu not of missing gut 2019 participant

IPOH, Human bone fragments found near Gua Kandu, Gopeng in April do not belong to missing Gopeng Ultra Trail (GUT) 2019 participant Mohammad Ashraf Hassan. Perak police chief Datuk Razarudin Husain said DNA analysis by…

Gov’t turns down call to withdraw sugar import permits for Sarawak firms

KUCHING, The government will not re-consider its decision to grant sugar import permits to Sarawak food and beverage (F and B) manufacturers, said Deputy Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Chong Chieng Jen. On the…

Remains of Orang Asli woman to be sent for second post-mortem – Police

GUA MUSANG, The remains of an Orang Asli woman from the Batek tribe, Puja Joh will be sent for a second post-mortem after the first revealed that she had died of pneumonia, said Kelantan Police…