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“Sustainability and Technological Innovations”: Lufthansa presents commitment at the ILA Berlin Air Show 2016


On Saturday, June 4, Lufthansa was a guest at the International Aerospace Exhibition public day along with two aircraft and will provide information about sustainable mobility. At 9:10 a.m. the first Airbus A320neo worldwide will land at the ILA terrain in Berlin, followed at 9:35 a.m. by the Boeing 747-8 – better known as the Fanhansa “Siegerflieger” or ‘Winner’s Plane‘. Whilst visitors to the fair can visit the aircraft cabin of the ‘Winner‘s Plane‘, the A320neo will take part in the flight program at 2:30 p.m. With the presentation of the... Read More »

Iconic Houses: Welcome Villa Cavrois!


It is a testimony to a lifestyle of the late 1920s with clear guidelines that governed the design of the building: air, light, work, sports, hygiene, comfort and efficiency. ... Read More »

FedEx and the Arbor Day Foundation Announce Disaster Recovery Program


Designed to be the national resource for communities to turn to as they seek to restore their trees in the aftermath of natural disaster, the Community Tree Recovery program provides the structure and capacity to address multiple disasters annually, distributing seedling trees to afflicted communities nationwide. During the last few months, the program has already provided trees for towns in New Jersey still reeling from the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy and neighborhoods in Colorado rebuilding from the devastating 2012 wildfires. Through this ... Read More »

NASA Astronauts Will Breathe Easier With New Oxygen Recovery Systems


The first of two phases of this new NASA solicitation will consist of a detailed design, development, fabrication, and testing of an advanced oxygen recovery technology. Under a two year Phase II contract, the proposer then will develop a prototype hardware system, capable of an oxygen recovery rate of at least 75 percent. "Lengthy spaceflight missions in Earth's orbit and beyond must have life support systems that are more self-sufficient and reliable," said Michael Gazarik, associate administrator for Space Technology at NASA Headquarters in... Read More »

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