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2014-08-26 23:09:14

Advanced Mobility and Specialty Vehicles, a leader in the design and manufacture of mobile medical trailers, announced today that they have delivered a new Siemens Biograph™ TruePoint™ PET-CT

2014-08-26 12:24:52

Finn Partners continues as AOR for Bosch and Thermador appliance brands through 2016 LOS ANGELES, Aug.

2014-08-25 16:21:26

The sale will support approximately 800 jobs in those states WASHINGTON, Aug.

2014-08-25 08:26:32

DALLAS, August 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- DeepResearchReports.com offers 2014 Research Report on Global and China Molecular Diagnostics Equipment Industry, a 231 pages market

2014-08-15 16:22:17

VANCOUVER, Aug. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Wildcat Silver Corporation (TSX: WS) ("Wildcat" or the "Company") announces the election of Donald R.

2014-08-14 23:06:15

With Deep International Experience in Medical Technology, Lobree Assumes Role of Global Vice President of Sales and Marketing Wellington, New Zealand (PRWEB)

2014-08-14 23:01:26

Terrance Brinkley, Alex Kennedy, and Aju Mathew join an elite group of industrial automation professionals with exceptional expertise in Siemens SIMATIC Technology areas of S7 PLCs, SIMATIC HMIs,

2014-08-13 12:26:03

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2009-04-23 12:21:19

Konrad Zuse (June 22, 1910 "“ December 18, 1995) was a German civil engineer and computer pioneer of the twentieth century. His most notable accomplishment was his 1941 invention of the world's first functional program-controlled Turing-complete computer, called the Z3. In 1964, he was honored with the Werner-von-Siemens-Ring for this project. Zuse also contributed the design of the first high-level programming language, Plankalkül. In 1948, he published his design, but the...

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