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The Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (OALA) is honouring 13 Canadians who have demonstrated acts of leadership on behalf of their profession.The Provincial Volunteer and Leadership Awards are given annually, and this year’s ceremony was scheduled to be held in London in May. Recipients will...

Pune, Aug. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global smart glass market size is anticipated to reach USD 15.02 billion by 2026, owing to the rise in the use of smart glass for different applications such as aerospace, marine, architectural, and automotive. ...

WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - Top U.S. and Chinese trade officials are expected to recommit to a Phase 1 trade deal during a review on Saturday, even though China’s promised purchases of U.S. exports are far behind schedule. FILE PHOTO: U.S. and Chinese flags are seen before...

Sam Card BERLIN – As the adage goes: It’s hard to find good help these days. Sam Card, CEO of Cards Technology, advises area business owners to leverage in-house IT support with cutting-edge outsourcing from an experienced managed services provider.Q. What should business owners look for...

The building at 309 N. Adams St., adjacent to the Maggie Walker statue plaza on Broad Street. (Photos by Michael Schwartz) A local architecture firm led by a group of UVA grads has gone from renter to landlord after buying the building they’ve called home for...

In mid-March, in response to the unfolding Covid-19 pandemic, MIT Medical quickly set up testing tents where essential workers and others who remained on campus could be safely screened for the novel coronavirus. In the tents, nurses and physicians administered nasal swabs while dressed in...