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  • Many entries highlighted needs for preventive technology such as EventLab, an early-warning water system monitor from Optiqua Technologies Pte., in collaboration with Singapore's national water agency.

    Innovators Target Global Challenges

  • While the exact techniques under consideration remain classified, the goal would have been to break through the firewalls of the Libyan governmentâ™s computer networks to sever military communications links and prevent the early-warning radars from gathering information and relaying it to missile batteries aiming at NATO warplanes.

    U.S. Debated Cyberwarfare Against Libya

  • Citizens also got some advance warning from the world's first early-warning system, developed by the country's meteorological agency.

    Quake, Tsunami Slam Japan

  • In late 2007, the Japanese completed the world's most sophisticated early-warning system for earthquakes, which was credited Friday with signaling Tokyo's residents—via TV, radio and cellphone—that a quake was coming.

    Sturdy Japan

  • Another post-Kobe step seen as an advance in preparedness, despite a mixed record, is an early-warning system launched by the Japan Meteorological Agency in October 2007.

    Steps Taken After Kobe Abated Toll

  • More Cuadrilla statement Earlier: U.K. Gets Big Shale Find The Staffordshire, England-based company said the report vindicated its stance that its operations pose "no threat to people or property in the local area," but it pledged to implement an early-warning system and other recommendations to mitigate the risk.

    Study Ties Fracking to Quakes in England

  • We had all the early-warning systems many months ago, but perhaps everyone thought, "Things will not be that bad."

    Jayshree Bajoria: Al-Shabaab and Somalia's Famine

  • A fair division would have been to divide the oil, Israel keep for early-warning time and areas some of the sophisticated airfields it had just built, and certainly Nueiba, Sharm el-Sheikh, and Ophira -- the perfect scuba-diving, sunbathing, and "Club Med" locales, utterly devoid of any significant population at the time except tourists (and these, mostly Israelis).

    Robert Eisenman: If Menachem Begin Wore Swim Trunks, He Would Never Have Withdrawn from Sinai (and Castro's Recent Comments)

  • That proved the power of the theory, which Dr. Stanley believes could act as an early-warning system for stock-market analysts.

    How Random-Matrix Theory Found Its Way Into a Promising AIDS Study

  • We will need to become fairly astute at predicting solar whether, developing an early-warning network, and suitable protection when radiation hazards increase.

    Why Some Say the Moon? - NASA Watch

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