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Packaging with 3-D architectures

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  • Electro IQ

March 05, 2012

Research Triangle Institute's 3-D Architectures for Semiconductor Integration and Packaging Conference, or 3D ASIP (as it has become known) normally finishes off the "3D conference circuit" for the year and is a good gauge of how far things have prog

How to help staff stop smoking

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  • Personnel Today

February 29, 2012

Introducing a successful smoking cessation programme in the workplace can not only help to improve staff health, it can also provide business benefits, say Michael T Halpern and Hayden McRobbie.

How can we treat multiple chronic conditions?

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  • British Medical Journal

February 28, 2012

Two recent events started me thinking. The first involved a patient I heard about from a family medicine resident in clinic.

Visitor spots potential links

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  • The Marlborough Express

February 26, 2012

There is a lot of potential for future innovative scientific links between Marlborough ventures and United States counterparts, a visiting scientist said.

Muslim-American Terrorism: Instilling Fear for the Sake of a Budget

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  • Huffington Post

February 26, 2012

Does Muslim-American terrorism pose a significant threat to our nation? Do the alarm, alert and warning levels depicted by the heads of our Homeland Security apparatus and our politicians match the purported threat?

Cyber Legislation Will Cost Businesses and Hurt Economy

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  • Forbes

February 26, 2012

Most businesses have paid little attention to the sweeping cybersecurity legislation introduced on Valentine’s Day by Senators Lieberman, Collins, Rockefeller, and Feinstein, even though it could be one of the most expensive and intrusive pieces of l

Shame on Us: Intolerable Inequality in U.S. Infant Mortality

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  • Huffington Post

February 20, 2012

In Boston, a construction worker, ravaged by burns, successfully underwent a total face transplant. In San Antonio, surgeons have injected a glue-like substance that hardens and prevented the bursting of a woman's brain aneurysm.

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