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WASHINGTON — Lockheed Martin has proposed acquiring smallsat manufacturer Terran Orbital, which it already owns a stake in and does business with, for more than $500 million. In a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing late March 1, Lockheed disclosed its offer to Terran Orbital building upon previous discussions between the companies facilitated by investment
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Canada’s MDA has traditionally taken the backseat in non-geostationary orbit (NGSO), supplying antennas and other satellite components as a subcontractor to smallsat megaconstellation specialists. A new anechoic near field test chamber where MDA plans to test satellite antennas to support the company’s expanding constellation business. Credit: MDA That changed after being carved out of Maxar
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A cross-section of a mouse’s brain highlighting neurons that seem to release a molecule that increases toxin clearance Tsai Laboratory/MIT Picower Institute A new explanation has emerged for why an experimental treatment for Alzheimer’s disease involving sounds and flickering lights may help slow cognitive decline. The frequencies involved seem to ramp up the brain’s waste
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A man with a prosthetic right eye, which was not created via the AI approach Stephen Bell, Ocupeye Ltd. Prosthetic eyes that are designed by artificial intelligence and 3D printed require 80 per cent less time from human specialists compared with traditional manufacturing methods, potentially allowing many more people to benefit. A small trial also
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