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2015/05/21 12:39
2015/05/21 12:39
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If everything goes according to plan, LZ will be installed one mile underground in a cavern of the former Homestake gold mine in South Dakota. It promises to become the most sensitive tool for the...
2015/05/21 12:39
2015/05/21 12:39
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2015/05/21 10:49
2015/05/21 10:49
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... N. California Ave. in Chicago, one of the nine properties just sold CHICAGO�A joint ventured fund managed by MBRE Healthcare has just bought a nine-building, 401,428 square-foot medical office...
2015/05/19 03:08
2015/05/19 03:08
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A robotic arm inspired by octopus tentacles could make it easier for surgeons to access hard-to-reach parts of the body. A new robotic device uses a series of inflatable chambers to mimic how an...
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2015/05/12 03:51
2015/05/12 03:51
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Updated: 05/11/2015 6:29 PM | Created: 05/11/2015 2:54 PM By: Elizabeth Reed, KOB.com A Silver City doctor suffered major injuries after he and his wife were struck by a vehicle while riding their...
2015/05/11 21:56
2015/05/11 21:56
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SILVER CITY >> Silver City orthopedic surgeon and bicycling enthusiast Brian Robinson was injured on Saturday when his bicycle was struck by a car on Pinos Altos Road. He was riding with his...
2015/05/10 06:38
2015/05/10 06:38
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Not the thing to be wearing when quick reflexes are required. “It’s all to easy for flip-flops to slip off your feet and lodge under the brake or gas pedal,” says Dr. Megan Leahy, DPM, from the...
2015/05/05 16:27
2015/05/05 16:27
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It doesn’t take a whole lot to get psyched for summer—especially after the winter most of the country has just had. But maybe one of the best reasons to welcome the warm days ahead is being able to...
2015/04/30 13:44
2015/04/30 13:44
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A super-accurate atomic clock just got more accurate. Thanks to new modifications, a record-setting strontium atomic clock is now so stable that it could theoretically “tick” for 15 billion years —...
2015/04/24 14:18
2015/04/24 14:18
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An atomic clock that sets the time by the teensy oscillations of strontium atoms has gotten so precise and stable that it will neither gain nor lose a second for the next 15 billion years. The...
2015/04/23 01:57
2015/04/23 01:57
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... — Marine life seen swimming in unusual places. Water temperatures warmer than they should be. No snow where there should be feet of it. Some scientists are saying “The Blob” could be playing a...
2015/05/21 12:39
2015/05/21 12:39
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