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Iran gains technology for manufacturing airbag control units
A major Iranian auto parts maker says it has gained the technology needed for manufacturing the airbag control unit (ACU) amid sanctions that have restricted Iran’s ability to import high-tech parts needed in its automotive industry.
New technology to ease HIV viral load tests
A new technology will ease viral load tests, making results available in a matter of minutes, as well as being usable by personnel that are not laboratory-trained in facilities that are not typical laboratory environments.
New technology enables large-scale production of artemisinin for malaria
Chinese researchers have developed a new technology to produce artemisinin, the top choice for malaria treatment, on a large scale.
Miniature transponder technology to be used in war against ocean plastic
Low-cost acoustic tags attached to fishing nets are being trialed as part of a major new project to reduce marine litter and 'ghost fishing'.
UK's Sabre space plane engine tech in new milestone
UK engineers developing a novel propulsion system said their technology has passed another key milestone.
AI-based medical diagnostic services set to debut in Japan
Medical diagnostic services using artificial intelligence are set to be introduced this year in Japan, where the adoption of information technology in health care has been slow, sources said on Monday.
Researchers: Amazon face-detection technology shows bias
Facial-detection technology that Amazon is marketing to law enforcement often misidentifies women, particularly those with darker skin, according to researchers from MIT and the University of Toronto.
Democrats push technology as alternative to Trump wall in shutdown impasse
Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives floated the idea on Wednesday of ending a partial US government shutdown by giving President Donald Trump most or all of the money he seeks for security along the Mexican border but for items other than the wall he wants.
Braille technology firm builds 'Kindle for the blind'
A British company plans to launch a braille e-reader for blind people this year that should greatly enhance their reading experience and spare them from lugging around hefty print volumes.

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