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How 3D is changing the shape of lessons
Share this page Amy Mather, a young pioneer of designing with 3D printer technology There have been dramatic headlines about 3D technology, encompassing ideas to use 3D printers to make clothes,...
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How the zebra got its stripes: to ward off flies
Zebras' stripes have baffled biologists since Charles Darwin. Many hypotheses have been proposed regarding their purpose but, despite hundreds of years of study, there remains disagreement. In an...
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John H. Stevens Jr.
Mr. John H. Stevens Jr., 84, of Gloversville, passed away Sunday at St. Mary's Hospital, with his loving family by his side. He was born June 15, 1929, in Gloversville, son of the late John H. and...
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Scout hut to be revamped thanks to Rotary Club do...
Scout hut to be revamped thanks to Rotary Club donation Scout hut to be revamped thanks to Rotary Club donation PRESIDENT of the Exe Valley Rotary Club,
presenting a cheque for £500...
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Return to state on minds of Bowler/Gresham trio
A trip back to the WIAA state track meet is the goal for three Gresham/Bowler athletes. Juniors Cody Montez and Drew Payne each qualified for state in individual events last year, while Payne and...
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