CRANE, Ind. – Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane) Small Business Program was recognized by the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Small Business Program (SEA 00K) for “contributions toward the NAVSEA Enterprise outstanding Fiscal Year (FY) 21 small business performance,” which included a 35M-dollar increase in small business
PORT HUENEME, Calif. – Fathomwerx Lab, a collaborative, innovative partnership between Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD) in California and local private and public organizations that researches emerging technologies to potentially transition to the Navy fleet, has been designated an Inclusive Innovative Hub, or iHub2, from California’s
What if a critically endangered bird could be given a shot at survival by protecting 7% of Tasmanian native forests earmarked for logging? And what if the forestry industry had – for different reasons – already argued that logging should be reduced by roughly that amount? That’s the case made
Oil refineries, utilities and other companies that must pay to emit greenhouse gases in California have saved up so many credits allowing them to pollute that it may jeopardise the state’s ability to reach its ambitious climate goals, according to a report by a panel that advises state officials.
Reims Cathedral in the Champagne region of France. getty Bombing of Reims in Champagne, France, during World War I. Roger Viollet via Getty Images Another blast sets a young woman’s nerves on edge as she whispers to herself, “I don’t think I can take much more.” The walls vibrated continuously,
During the Second World War, Canada provided safe haven from the Nazis to the future Queen Juliana of the Netherlands who spent the war years in Ottawa, where her daughter Margriet was born. After Canadian troops took the lead in liberating their country in 1945, the Dutch became forever grateful