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ASTM Symposium to address static and dynamic spinal implants.
ASTM International    West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959
July 14, 2010 Scheduled for November 16, 2010, ASTM International's symposium titled "Static and Dynamic Spinal Implants: Are We Evaluating Them Appropriately?" will provide scientific forum to evaluate existing standard test methods for spinal implants. Participants will learn how current standards are succeeding in predicting clinical failure modes, where current standards are lacking and how they should be changed, and what new test methods are needed.
AIA President urged Supplemental Appropriations Bill passage.
Aerospace Industries Association    Arlington, VA 22209-3928
July 14, 2010 Marion C. Blakey, AIA President and CEO, said it was important that Congress complete passage of 2010 Supplemental Appropriations Bill to avoid disruptions to ongoing military operations and impacts in private sector. If bill wasn't passed, Defense Department would need to take dramatic action to fund obligations to ongoing operations. Resulting disruptions to industrial supply lines will cause delays in critical equipment delivery, increased costs, and lost jobs.
IPC and ESDA release ESD training video for electronics assembly.
IPC-Association Connecting Electronics Industries    Bannockburn, IL 60015
July 14, 2010 ESD training video, DVD-74C, ESD Control for Electronics Assembly, helps operators deal with effects of shrinking geometries, increased performance requirements, and lower operating voltages. It features overview of ESD physics, including static electricity generation and triboelectric charging, and ESD failure models as well as techniques to control ESD in accordance with ESDA standard ANSI/ESD S20.20. It is also available in online video format, OVT-74C, that is offered in two versions.
EPA proposes 2011 renewable fuel standards.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)    Washington, DC 20460
July 14, 2010 Under Renewable Fuel Standard program, EPA proposed percentage standards for 4 fuel categories. Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 established annual renewable fuel volume targets, and to achieve these volumes, EPA calculates percentage-based standard for following year. Proposed 2011 volumes include 0.80 billion gal, 0.68% biomass-based diesel; 1.35 billion gal, 0.77% advanced biofuels; 5-17.1 million gal, 0.004-0.015% cellulosic biofuels; and 13.95 billion gal, 7.95% total renewable fuels.
IPC and IPCA Comment on India's proposed E-waste Rules 2010.
IPC-Association Connecting Electronics Industries    Bannockburn, IL 60015
July 14, 2010 Addressing proposed substance restrictions, IPC and Indian Printed Circuits Association (IPCA) submitted comments in response to Indian Government's Ministry of Environment and Forests draft notification of E-waste (Management and Handling) Rules 2010. Proposed Chapter V simultaneously restricts 20 substances that will not contribute to environmentally sound disposal of electronic products. Also, list of substances for restriction should be harmonized with RoHS Directives in EU and China.
Conference to focus on wind energy opportunities for suppliers.
Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, Intl.    Rockford, IL 61107
July 13, 2010 Scheduled for Aug 31 to Sept 1, two-day Wind Energy Conference is designed to help manufacturers identify and capitalize on wind energy supply chain. Sponsored by Green Manufacturer magazine, FMA, and Perfection Machinery Sales, Inc., conference will include overview of wind industry and procurement procedures, technical presentations on fabricating and machining wind turbine components, and tour of wind turbine generator assembly plant.
Planning is underway for NIBS annual meeting.
National Institute of Building Sciences    Washington, DC 20005-4905
July 13, 2010 Scheduled for Dec 6-10, 2010, National Institute of Building Sciences Annual Meeting will be held in conjunction with Ecobuild America Conference, offering potential exhibitors an opportunity to reach Institute members and wider building community. Ecobuild will cover building information modeling and will also have tracks focused on building performance and technology; green building and sustainable design; and sustainable sites and infrastructure.
Promotions at BIO spur praise from President/CEO.
Biotechnology Industry Organization    Washington, DC 20024
July 13, 2010 Sara Radcliffe was promoted to Executive VP of Health, and Lila Feisee was promoted to VP for Global Intellectual Property Policy. BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood commented, "Sara is uniquely qualified to guide our efforts on critical pressing issues such as the implementation of health care reform and the reauthorization of the Prescription Drug User Fee Act." Greenwood also noted that Lila "effectively advocates for the strong [IP] protection necessary for continued innovation."
Winning Projects excel in innovation, planning, budgeting.
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials    Washington, DC 20001
July 13, 2010 Concerning America's Transportation Awards Mississippi Valley regional competition, 10 transportation projects from 6 mid-America states were judged in 4 categories: Best Recovery Act Project; On Time; Under Budget; and Innovative Management. Each of 6 winning projects are in running for America's Transportation Awards Grand Prize and People's Choice Award. While Minnesota and Missouri Department of Transportation (DoT) received 2 awards each, Kansas and Iowa DoTs each won one award.
ASTM Cavanaugh Award honors Gregory E. Saunders.
ASTM International    West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959
July 13, 2010 Gregory E. Saunders, director of the Defense Standardization Program Office for the U.S. Department of Defense, has been named recipient of 2010 W.T. Cavanaugh Memorial Award. Long an advocate for use of standards and their development through public-private partnerships, Saunders led DOD contributions to U.S. National Technology Transfer and Advancement Act. He also worked on recommendations in favor of a federal government policy to encourage use of voluntary standards.
Safety Recommendations address new 10,000+ lb vehicles.
National Transportation Safety Board    Washington, DC 20594
July 13, 2010 NTSB recommendations H-10-01 through H-10-007, made to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, cover development of stability control system performance standards; requiring vehicle stability and lane departure warning systems on new vehicles with gross weight above 10,000 lb; as well as development and promotion of regulatory definitions and classifications for different bus body types. Furthermore, requirements addressed overhead luggage racks and on-board recording systems.
Manufacturing Technology Consumption up 52.9% in 2010.
AMT - The Association For Mfg. Technology    McLean, VA 22102
July 13, 2010 Based on data from participating companies, AMT and AMTDA United States Manufacturing Technology Consumption report shows that $178.34 million total manufacturing technology consumption in May 2010 was down 22.9% from April but up 58.6% from May 2009. Compared to 2009, year-to-date total of $966.63 million for 2010 is up 52.9%. "Industry forecasts for the year have been revised slightly upward by many sources," said Peter Borden, President of AMTDA.
Metal Powder Industry releases PM sustainability report.
Metal Powder Industries Federation    Princeton, NJ 08540
July 13, 2010 Available from MPIF, Powder Metallurgy-Intrinsically Sustainable details measures that quantify contributions powder metallurgy (PM) makes to sustainable manufacturing. Examples include use of recycled steel and copper scrap as starting raw materials for metal powders, minimal process steps and energy use, as well as elimination of waste associated with machining. Environmental benefits include fact that most PM plants only emit cooling water to public water/septic systems.
ASHRAE 2010 Annual Conference highlighted energy efficiency.
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers    Atlanta, GA 30329
July 12, 2010 ASHRAE 2010 Annual Conference held in Albuquerque, NM, on June 26-30, included induction of President Lynn G. Bellenger, P.E., as well as ASHRAE's receipt of ENERGY STARŪ for its Atlanta headquarters. Event also included celebration of 35th anniversary of ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings. Update on Building Energy Quotient program and technical program sessions, including one about proposed Standard 90.1-2010, were also held.
Powder Metallurgy Industry recognizes VVT technology.
Metal Powder Industries Federation    Princeton, NJ 08540
July 12, 2010 Announced at PowderMet2010, MPIF identified variable valve timing (VVT) as Powder Metallurgy (PM) Industry Landmark technology for its use of PM parts. Technology assists automakers to meet environmental and fuel-efficiency standards by advancing or retarding timing of intake/exhaust valves. VVT allows cam timing to change, resulting in improved engine efficiency and power over range of engine RPMs. Making PM parts for VVT systems offers cost savings over machining from wrought steel.
ASHRAE celebrates 35th anniversary of energy standard.
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers    Atlanta, GA 30329
July 12, 2010 This year marks the 35th anniversary of publication of ASHRAE/IES energy standard, now known as ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings. Since its inception in 1975, Standard 90.1 has been widely adopted as the benchmark for energy efficiency in buildings. Using analyses performed by third party, energy reduction from 90.1-2004 to 90.1-2010 is currently estimated to be between 21.7-30.9%, depending on modeling assumptions.
RIA Magazine wins award for editorial excellence.
Restoration Industry Association    Columbia, MD 21046-1595
July 12, 2010 RIA's monthly technical journal, Cleaning & Restoration magazine, won Apex award for editorial excellence out of more than 3,700 entries for September 2009 issue that focused on Social Media Marketing. Magazine has won total of 18 design and editorial awards over past 6 yr. "The way companies market has changed drastically over the last few years and this issue highlighted some of those newer options for our readers," said Editor-in-Chief Patricia Harman.
Metal Powder Industry Rebounding according to MPIF President.
Metal Powder Industries Federation    Princeton, NJ 08540
July 12, 2010 At PowderMet2010, MPIF president Michael E. Lutheran said metal powder industry returned to its growth track. Second half of 2009 showed 28% rebound in iron powder shipments, and that continued into first quarter of 2010 when shipments were 64% above same period in 2009. Also, first quarter 2010 copper and copper-base powder shipments rose 36%. Other positive indicators were cited for light-vehicle market, powder metallurgy, metal injection molding, and hot isostatic pressing.
NSC Partners Up to offer interactive online training.
National Safety Council    Itasca, IL 60143-3201
July 12, 2010 NSC, partnering with Summit Training Source, will deliver interactive online training curriculum. Summit's Online OSHA accepted 10 and 30 hr training for general industry and construction as well as Summit's interactive online compliance training courses are being offered. Summit will also develop new online training curriculum for NSC as well as convert current NSC training content to Web-based format. Benefits of online training includes 24/7 global availability and self-paced learning.
Winners of 2010 Powder Metallurgy Competition announced.
Metal Powder Industries Federation    Princeton, NJ 08540
July 12, 2010 Winners of 2010 Powder Metallurgy Design Excellence Awards Competition, sponsored by Metal Powder Industries Federation, were announced at PowderMet2010. Receiving grand prizes and awards of distinction, winning parts are examples of powder metallurgy's precision, performance, complexity, economy, and innovative design advantages. Grand Prize winners included GKN Sinter Metals, Smith Metal Products, FloMet LLC, and Advanced Materials Technologies Pte Ltd.

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