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DEFEND3D - Democratizing innovation • Having the ability to develop something in the digital world and deliver it through technology has led to tremendous achievements within Industry 4.0, but concerns around IP and cybersecurity have always been a well-known threat, particularly in additive manufacturing.
Dry Docked • Houseboats sit in a narrow section of water in depleted Lake Oroville in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains on September 5. The northern California lake is currently at 23 percent of its capacity and is suffering from extreme levels of drought. Scientists have determined that the heat wave in the West during the summer of 2021 has broken the record set during the Dust Bowl of 1936.
Saudi Arabia: The transformation continues • The country’s ongoing diversification from oil brings economic resilience
How Was Your Visit Today? • High marks on online ratings can benefit urgent care and E.R. doctors, but don’t let their concern about those scores influence the care you receive. Here’s how
Q&A: Janice M. Horowitz
Inspiring Chile • Latin America’s strongest economy is setting the pace in sustainability through technology and science
WAR BY OTHER MEANS • Artificial Intelligence Technology is on the Verge of Transforming the Nature of War and Conflict
America’s BEST BANKS 2022 • The pandemic has changed the way we save and bank. Maybe it’s time to switch where you bank as well
Doing the Dance of Life • After his exit from Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham returns with his first new solo album in 10 years
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