Manufacturers purchased $223.46 million worth of cutting tools during October, +6.1% from September and +12.9 versus last year. U.S. manufacturers purchased $223.46 million worth of cutting tools during October 2018, according to the monthly Cutting Tool Market Report.
One of the co-winners of the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine this year is Japanese scientist, Tasuku Honjo. His discovery paved the way for a new cancer treatment which he hopes can become available for patients around the world.
Sheer walls, shallow beginner sites and a wealth of marine life rank the Bahamas as a budget‑friendly divers’ gem and a perennial favorite. The Bahamas are practically synonymous with shark dives, and Bimini’s great hammerhead experience is truly bucket list worthy.
For decades old and decommissioned vessels have been scuttled and purposely sunk to create artificial reef structures. Here's a selection of 12 beautiful wrecks around the world that have turned into new habitats for an array of marine life and popular dive sites.
Houthi rebels and the Yemeni government agreed to a prisoner swap, setting a positive note for the start of the talks. These are the first peace talks in more than two years, with half of Yemen's population facing starvation as a result of the civil war.
China could 'take hostages' and is almost certain to retaliate against the United States after the stunning arrest of a top Chinese tech executive for allegedly trying to skirt sanctions on Iran.