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Marshalltown Times-Republican
Tossing classrooms into the blenderThe technology could not only impact the content of students' coursework, but a
Tossing classrooms into the blender
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 13 days ago
The technology could not only impact the content of students' coursework, but also the ways students are instructed. Teaching models called "blended" classrooms rely on computers and online resources, creating learning environments that depart from... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Considering an age-old questionIs there life on other planets? No scientific evidence has been found, and it'
Considering an age-old question
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
Is there life on other planets? No scientific evidence has been found, and it's possible none will ever be found. This hasn't stopped human beings from dreaming, imagining and speculating what extraterrestrial life forms could look like. What... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Is Kepler-452b an Earth twin? More like a bigger, older cousinAstronomers digging through data from NASA's planet-hunting Kepler space telesc
Is Kepler-452b an Earth twin? More like a bigger, older cousin
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
Astronomers digging through data from NASA's planet-hunting Kepler space telescope say they have discovered the closest Earth-like "twin" circling another star ever found. The planet, called Kepler-452b, is about 60% larger in diameter than Earth... Read more
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Boulder Weekly
eco-briefsOBAMA PERMITS SHELL OIL TO DRILL IN ARCTIC OCEAN President Obama gave Shell Oi
eco-briefs
Boulder Weekly / Posted 1 months ago
OBAMA PERMITS SHELL OIL TO DRILL IN ARCTIC OCEAN President Obama gave Shell Oil approval to begin drilling offshore this summer in the Chukchi Sea near Alaska on Wednesday, July 22. The permit only allows the company to drill into the top layer of... Read more
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Perth Now
Take a walk on the surface of ‘Earth’s cousin’ - Kepler 452bWhat would it be like to walk on Kepler 452b? We don’t know much — but what we
Take a walk on the surface of ‘Earth’s cousin’ - Kepler 452b
Perth Now / Posted 1 months ago
What would it be like to walk on Kepler 452b? We don’t know much — but what we know is enticing. This strange new word may be Earth-like, but it’s still going to be very alien. Kepler 452b: What we know. Not a lot. But what we do know is enough to... Read more
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The Daily & Sunday Review
Meghan Trainor puts Troy crowd in frenzyTROY - Excitement didn't begin to describe the unbridled enthusiasm that a clap
Meghan Trainor puts Troy crowd in frenzy
The Daily & Sunday Review / Posted 1 months ago
TROY - Excitement didn't begin to describe the unbridled enthusiasm that a clapping, cheering audience had for Meghan Trainor at her concert Wednesday night at the Troy Fair. After being warmed up by opening acts Life of Dillon and Charlie Puth -... Read more

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