Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021, San Diego Metro Magazine

Northrop Grumman announces team for NASA’s next-generation Lunar Terrain Vehicle Northrop Grumman Corporation is teaming up with AVL, Intuitive Machines, Lunar Outpost, and Michelin to design a Lunar Terrain Vehicle to transport NASA’s Artemis astronauts around the lunar surface. This team provides multi-disciplinary expertise that is ready to deliver an innovative solution to NASA for … Read more

A young man dies after being stabbed at the Laranjeiras metro station in Lisbon. Suspects are still on the run – Observer

In update A 19-year-old young man was murdered this Wednesday at Laranjeiras metro station, in Lisbon, after being stabbed by two men in the neck area, a source from the Public Security Police (PSP) told Lusa. According to RTP, the body has already been removed from the site. “It was an occurrence around 1:17 pm, … Read more

a safety problem leaves more than half of the metro trains at the platform

A Washington subway train, December 17, 2020. TOM BRENNER / REUTERS Target of recurring criticism, the Washington metro abruptly withdrew from circulation, Monday, October 18 in the morning, more than half of its trains, following a derailment that could have had dramatic consequences. “We apologize for the longer waits than expected”, the Washington Metropolitan Area … Read more

Friday, Oct. 8, 2021, San Diego Metro Magazine

Governor signs bill opening door to more bachelor’s degrees at California community colleges California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed historic legislation that expands and makes permanent the state’s pilot program allowing community colleges to offer bachelor’s degrees in specific workforce fields not offered by the University of California or California State University. Assembly Bill 927 … Read more

2 metro Detroit nonprofits receive funding to support entrepreneurs

Two metro Detroit entities — Automation Alley in Troy and TechTown in Detroit — are among 50 recipients of funding from the U.S. Economic Development Administration. The funding, announced Thursday,  is part of the Biden Administration’s Build to Scale program, which seeks  to boost inclusivity in access to business support and capital for entrepreneurs in the technology … Read more

Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021, San Diego Metro Magazine

Cal State San Marcos receives $6 million federal grant for student veterans to pursue energy careers By Tigist Layne | Cal State San Marcos California State University at San Marcos (CSUSM) has received a $6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense that will help student veterans discover careers in sustainable energy. The university had … Read more

In Abidjan, residents “evicted” by the construction of the metro

LETTER FROM ABIDJAN Employees work on the construction of a metro line in Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire), in September 2019. BOTH KAMBOU / AFP “Be careful: one train can hide another. “While contemplating the rubble of what was still the family home, Moussa Doumbia, 72, must think of this railway warning inscribed on a sign planted … Read more