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The News & Observer
NCSU alum comes back to where it all started: Goodnights Comedy Clubcomedian will be performing this weekend at Goodnights, the same place he start
NCSU alum comes back to where it all started: Goodnights Comedy Club
The News & Observer / Posted an hour ago
comedian will be performing this weekend at Goodnights, the same place he started doing comedy when he was going to N.C. State University in the mid-’90s. “I guess, with the club where you started, you feel that everyone who comes has seen... Read more
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The News & Observer
Raleigh’s Capital Investment names Ben Brooks presidentthe two businesses. Bryant said of the promotion of Brooks, whom he has known
Raleigh’s Capital Investment names Ben Brooks president
The News & Observer / Posted yesterday
the two businesses. Bryant said of the promotion of Brooks, whom he has known since they were both college students at N.C. State University: “It was just time for renewed energy.” “I’m not tired. I’m not going anywhere,” Bryant, 57, added.... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
NC scientists pitch in to help fight spread of Zika virusare working hard to keep it that way. A team of researchers at Western Carolin
NC scientists pitch in to help fight spread of Zika virus
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted yesterday
are working hard to keep it that way. A team of researchers at Western Carolina University, East Carolina University, N.C. State University, the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services and local health departments have been examining... Read more
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The News & Observer
Activists salvage $2,000 in food from Raleigh trash binsof scavenging, they came up with an estimated $2,000 in groceries. Then on Tue
Activists salvage $2,000 in food from Raleigh trash bins
The News & Observer / Posted yesterday
of scavenging, they came up with an estimated $2,000 in groceries. Then on Tuesday, they laid it all out on the grass at N.C. State University, making a pyramid of the collection: three bottles of Frappucino, 32 zucchinis, six boxes of Thomas’... Read more
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The News & Observer
NCSU student bone marrow registry drive beats the oddsFive N.C. State University students who signed up for a bone marrow registry at
NCSU student bone marrow registry drive beats the odds
The News & Observer / Posted 2 days ago
Five N.C. State University students who signed up for a bone marrow registry at the largest such drive in the university’s history last year learned that their samples went on to save the lives of five strangers from around the world in need of a... Read more
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The News & Observer
Lara Trump to drop in on Raleighmade several campaign trips to North Carolina this year, including appearing in
Lara Trump to drop in on Raleigh
The News & Observer / Posted 2 days ago
made several campaign trips to North Carolina this year, including appearing in rallies in Wilmington and Fayetteville. She grew up in Wrightsville Beach and graduated from N.C. State University. She works as a producer for “Inside Edition” o... Read more
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The News & Observer
Two Triangle science and math teachers honored by President ObamaNewman, who has a Master of Science in oceanography from Florida State Universi
Two Triangle science and math teachers honored by President Obama
The News & Observer / Posted 2 days ago
Newman, who has a Master of Science in oceanography from Florida State University, and a master’s in science education from N.C. State University. Osterstrom, 35, said the award was “humbling.” “It’s a big deal when you’re rewarded for doing the... Read more
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The News & Observer
Only way to free us from the bathroom bullies: follow millennialsthe kids. Barbara J. Risman, professor of sociology at the University of Illin
Only way to free us from the bathroom bullies: follow millennials
The News & Observer / Posted 3 days ago
the kids. Barbara J. Risman, professor of sociology at the University of Illinois at Chicago, is an Emerita professor at N.C. State University. She is currently vice president of the American Sociological Society and was a 2015-2016 fellow at the... Read more
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The News & Observer
The Day's Best Photos |his jam group "Rode Hard: The Band" tunes up on the Belltower stage on Hillsbor
The Day's Best Photos |
The News & Observer / Posted 4 days ago
his jam group "Rode Hard: The Band" tunes up on the Belltower stage on Hillsborough Street before their 3pm performance at N.C. State University for the 2016 Packapalooza street festival to mark the return of N.C. State students to campus for the... Read more
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The News & Observer
She left Duke to pursue her true passion: cooking – Nagemwanted to do as well as I could,” Moyles said. One summer in high school, she
She left Duke to pursue her true passion: cooking – Nagem
The News & Observer / Posted 6 days ago
wanted to do as well as I could,” Moyles said. One summer in high school, she interned at a genetics lab at N.C. State University. The experience helped her realize she probably didn’t want to spend her life working in a windowless... Read more
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The News & Observer
NC Republican Party seeks ‘party line changes’ to limit early voting hoursWoodhouse – who is Dallas Woodhouse’s cousin – argued unsuccessfully for elimin
NC Republican Party seeks ‘party line changes’ to limit early voting hours
The News & Observer / Posted 8 days ago
Woodhouse – who is Dallas Woodhouse’s cousin – argued unsuccessfully for eliminating Sunday voting hours and a site at N.C. State University. The other Republican on the board, Ellis Boyle, did not support the request. Bob Hall of Democracy... Read more
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The News & Observer
Wake hires 1,600 new teachers, says recruitment is strongof supplemental pay, but some teachers will see more because of higher state sa
Wake hires 1,600 new teachers, says recruitment is strong
The News & Observer / Posted 9 days ago
of supplemental pay, but some teachers will see more because of higher state salaries. Richard Zinser, who graduated from N.C. State University in the spring, said the pay rate in Wake convinced him to apply. On Monday, he attended training for... Read more
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The News & Observer
For NCSU research, a Golden gift& Observer August 14, 2016 8:18 PM The Golden LEAF Foundation’s $45 million
For NCSU research, a Golden gift
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
& Observer August 14, 2016 8:18 PM The Golden LEAF Foundation’s $45 million grant to N.C. State University is a remarkably symbolic and effective use of the state’s proceeds from a national settlement with... Read more
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The Charlotte Post
Positive attitude can help seniors manage stressRALEIGH – New research from N.C. State University finds that having a positive
Positive attitude can help seniors manage stress
The Charlotte Post / Posted 12 days ago
RALEIGH – New research from N.C. State University finds that having a positive attitude about aging makes older adults more resilient when faced with stressful situations. For the study, researchers had 43 adults between the ages of 60 and 96 fill... Read more
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The News & Observer
SkillPop courses coming to Raleighher personal life. She often uses Instagram to promote a lifestyle blog she run
SkillPop courses coming to Raleigh
The News & Observer / Posted 13 days ago
her personal life. She often uses Instagram to promote a lifestyle blog she runs with a friend. Bohon, 26, graduated from N.C. State University in 2012 with an engineering degree. After college, she worked for Newell Rubbermaid, a Fortune 500... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
I unfriended my best friend. When Facebook and family don’t mixYou’re missing something – not seeing something you’re used to seeing.” As the
I unfriended my best friend. When Facebook and family don’t mix
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 13 days ago
You’re missing something – not seeing something you’re used to seeing.” As the former opinion editor for The Technician at N.C. State University, Ishan Raval is well-accustomed to unfriending. He keeps an eye on his friends total and notes that... Read more
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The News & Observer
Elimination of straight-ticket voting could leave more ballots incompleteelection revisions including the voter ID requirement, it didn’t touch the stra
Elimination of straight-ticket voting could leave more ballots incomplete
The News & Observer / Posted 13 days ago
election revisions including the voter ID requirement, it didn’t touch the straight-ticket elimination. Steve Greene, an N.C. State University political science professor, predicts the election will see what pollsters call down-ballot “fatigue” —... Read more
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The News & Observer
I unfriended my best friend. When Facebook and family don’t mix – ShafferYou’re missing something – not seeing something you’re used to seeing.” As the
I unfriended my best friend. When Facebook and family don’t mix – Shaffer
The News & Observer / Posted 13 days ago
You’re missing something – not seeing something you’re used to seeing.” As the former opinion editor for The Technician at N.C. State University, Ishan Raval is well-accustomed to unfriending. He keeps an eye on his friends total and notes that... Read more
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The News & Observer
NCSU gets $45 million grant for plant researchmillion grant for plant research An artist's rendering of the planned $160 mil
NCSU gets $45 million grant for plant research
The News & Observer / Posted 13 days ago
million grant for plant research An artist's rendering of the planned $160 million plant sciences research complex on the N.C. State University’s Centennial Campus. The university has received a $45 million grant from the Golden LEAF Foundation,... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Editorial: Keep politics out of water controversycampaign, meanwhile, sent out a news release seeking to discredit Rudo, accusin
Editorial: Keep politics out of water controversy
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 13 days ago
campaign, meanwhile, sent out a news release seeking to discredit Rudo, accusing him of exaggerating in a dispute with a N.C. State University scientist 19 years ago. Williams and Environmental Quality Assistant Secretary Tom Reeder also say Rudo... Read more
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The News & Observer
On subject of trade, both Trump, Clinton too protectionisttrade would deprive us of the lower cost products, greater product variety and
On subject of trade, both Trump, Clinton too protectionist
The News & Observer / Posted 13 days ago
trade would deprive us of the lower cost products, greater product variety and many useful ideas that come from international trade. Thomas Grennes is professor of economics emeritus at N.C. State University. Related content Editor's Choice Vi... Read more
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The News & Observer
Raleigh hopes to hire Dix Park consultant in MarchSome members of the executive committee won’t be able to attend every meeting.
Raleigh hopes to hire Dix Park consultant in March
The News & Observer / Posted 13 days ago
Some members of the executive committee won’t be able to attend every meeting. Capitol Broadcasting CEO Jim Goodmon and N.C. State University Chancellor Randy Woodson, for instance, said they may not be able to take consultants on tours through... Read more
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The News & Observer
During golden moment for NCSU swimmer, a picture of US prideMonday morning, the pictures and the videos had gone viral. Ryan Held, 21 and a
During golden moment for NCSU swimmer, a picture of US pride
The News & Observer / Posted 15 days ago
Monday morning, the pictures and the videos had gone viral. Ryan Held, 21 and a rising junior at N.C. State University, had won a gold medal in swimming, in the men’s 4x100 freestyle relay at the Rio Summer Olympics. Oh,... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Go figure, UI edition, Aug. 9, 2016ROSENBAUM, professor of electrical and computer engineering, is co-leader with
Go figure, UI edition, Aug. 9, 2016
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
ROSENBAUM, professor of electrical and computer engineering, is co-leader with researchers from Georgia Tech and N.C. State University. Center for Computational Biotechnology and Genomic Medicine: Working with colleagues at Mayo Clinic,... Read more
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The News & Observer
Wake extends early voting period; fate of elections remains unclearWoodhouse, to reverse decisions the board made in June to hold early voting on
Wake extends early voting period; fate of elections remains unclear
The News & Observer / Posted 16 days ago
Woodhouse, to reverse decisions the board made in June to hold early voting on Sundays and open an early-voting site at N.C. State University. Woodhouse motioned to eliminate both, but his effort failed. Woodhouse is a Republican and former... Read more
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The News & Observer
‘Peon’ state scientist finds himself nose to nose with governor, Duke Energynow,” McCrory said of Rudo. McCrory was referring to long-running tensions tha
‘Peon’ state scientist finds himself nose to nose with governor, Duke Energy
The News & Observer / Posted 16 days ago
now,” McCrory said of Rudo. McCrory was referring to long-running tensions that boiled over in the mid-1990s between an N.C. State University researcher, JoAnn Burkholder, and state regulators. The Hunt administration’s top environmental... Read more
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The News & Observer
NCCU chancellor, battling cancer, takes leave of absenceof absence From left, N.C. Central University chancellor Debra Saunders-White,
NCCU chancellor, battling cancer, takes leave of absence
The News & Observer / Posted 17 days ago
of absence From left, N.C. Central University chancellor Debra Saunders-White, UNC-Chapel Hill chancellor Carol Folt and N.C. State University chancellor Randy Woodson speak to The News & Observer editorial board during a meeting Monday, Feb. 29,... Read more
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The News & Observer
New book shows how tricky science observes animals in the wildof Nature.” In it, the head of the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences’ Biodiversit
New book shows how tricky science observes animals in the wild
The News & Observer / Posted 17 days ago
of Nature.” In it, the head of the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences’ Biodiversity and Earth Observation Laboratory and N.C. State University research associate professor presents a wide range of animals, from domestic cats and white-tailed deer... Read more
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The News & Observer
Brown Mountain Lights caught on camera?Bugatti. Video: Anita Brown-Graham, director of the Institute for Emerging Iss
Brown Mountain Lights caught on camera?
The News & Observer / Posted 17 days ago
Bugatti. Video: Anita Brown-Graham, director of the Institute for Emerging Issues, interviewed at the Hunt Library at N.C. State University on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 in Raleigh, N.C. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory discussed the U.S.... Read more
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The News & Observer
Warren Casey is using science to save lab ratsSaudi Arabia and other locales during the Gulf War was eye opening. He started
Warren Casey is using science to save lab rats
The News & Observer / Posted 19 days ago
Saudi Arabia and other locales during the Gulf War was eye opening. He started college at Appalachian State and finished at N.C. State University, where he earned a bachelor’s in microbiology. He was earning his Ph.D. in microbiology when he... Read more
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The News & Observer
NCSU faculty teaches law enforcement to find where bodies are buriedForensic anthropology workshop taught by N.C. State University helps law enforc
NCSU faculty teaches law enforcement to find where bodies are buried
The News & Observer / Posted 20 days ago
Forensic anthropology workshop taught by N.C. State University helps law enforcement officers | News & Observer August 4, 2016 5:41 PM A forensic student wearing nitrile gloves... Read more
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The News & Observer
Raleigh OKs parking app for Hillsborough Streetcity partnered with Passport Parking, a Charlotte-based company, for the pilot
Raleigh OKs parking app for Hillsborough Street
The News & Observer / Posted 22 days ago
city partnered with Passport Parking, a Charlotte-based company, for the pilot program because it already is being used at N.C. State University and at some private lots downtown, said Gordon Dash, Raleigh’s parking administrator. He said other... Read more
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The News & Observer
Conservation efforts boosted by hog waste agreement fundslargest hog producing and pork processing company and its subsidiaries struck b
Conservation efforts boosted by hog waste agreement funds
The News & Observer / Posted 24 days ago
largest hog producing and pork processing company and its subsidiaries struck by then-Attorney General Mike Easley in 2000. N.C. State University received $15 million of that to develop new ways of hog waste disposal. The rest of the money is being... Read more
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The Jacksonville Daily News
Waste treatment revamped in Jacksonvillepines.” The city generates revenues from the sale of timber taken from the sit
Waste treatment revamped in Jacksonville
The Jacksonville Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
pines.” The city generates revenues from the sale of timber taken from the site. He said that project has guidance from N.C. State University “to determine what trees consume water in that environment, to determine what type of reforestation we... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Editorial: New ways to love an old rivercounty in 1996 under the condition that it be developed as a park. It is border
Editorial: New ways to love an old river
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 25 days ago
county in 1996 under the condition that it be developed as a park. It is bordered on the north by another 16 acres owned by N.C. State University that the county hopes to also develop as a park in partnership with the NCSU Mountain Horticultural... Read more
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The News & Observer
Watermelon Day At State Farmers Marketteam. Video: Anita Brown-Graham, director of the Institute for Emerging Issues
Watermelon Day At State Farmers Market
The News & Observer / Posted 28 days ago
team. Video: Anita Brown-Graham, director of the Institute for Emerging Issues, interviewed at the Hunt Library at N.C. State University on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 in Raleigh, N.C. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory discussed the U.S.... Read more
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The News & Observer
Two Roosters Ice Cream, with wacky flavors, wants to open Raleigh shopa hand-crank machine, rock salt and ice chips. Two black wooden roosters perche
Two Roosters Ice Cream, with wacky flavors, wants to open Raleigh shop
The News & Observer / Posted 28 days ago
a hand-crank machine, rock salt and ice chips. Two black wooden roosters perched on the front porch. After graduating from N.C. State University and taking a job in finance, Plummer felt unsure of what he wanted to do with his life. He was... Read more
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The News & Observer
SECU promotes long-time CFO to chief executiveto have him lead SECU during this next phase in our organization,” Blaine said
SECU promotes long-time CFO to chief executive
The News & Observer / Posted 28 days ago
to have him lead SECU during this next phase in our organization,” Blaine said in a prepared statement. A graduate of N.C. State University, Lord is a certified public accountant. Blaine has led the credit union since 1979. During his watch,... Read more
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The News & Observer
Sunset Beach Resident Voices Concerns Over Proposed DevelopmentBugatti. Video: Anita Brown-Graham, director of the Institute for Emerging Iss
Sunset Beach Resident Voices Concerns Over Proposed Development
The News & Observer / Posted a month ago
Bugatti. Video: Anita Brown-Graham, director of the Institute for Emerging Issues, interviewed at the Hunt Library at N.C. State University on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 in Raleigh, N.C. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory discussed the U.S.... Read more
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The News & Observer
Mosquito that commonly carries Zika is not common in NCHuman Services. “Not finding any aedes aegypti shows they are not very common.”
Mosquito that commonly carries Zika is not common in NC
The News & Observer / Posted a month ago
Human Services. “Not finding any aedes aegypti shows they are not very common.” DHHS enlisted entomology professors from N.C. State University, East Carolina University and Western Carolina University to conduct the mosquito study. While they... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Retirees outpacing workforce growth in Brunswickneeds and job seeker skills, the prime working age automatically improves," Bla
Retirees outpacing workforce growth in Brunswick
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted a month ago
needs and job seeker skills, the prime working age automatically improves," Bland said. Williams left Brunswick County for N.C. State University in 1988 and wouldn't return for another 20 years. By that time, he had built up a business he could... Read more
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New Bern Sun Journal
Joint effort engineering an education in youth110 elementary and middle school students who participated in two engineering c
Joint effort engineering an education in youth
New Bern Sun Journal / Posted 1 months ago
110 elementary and middle school students who participated in two engineering camps in Havelock in the last two weeks. N.C. State University and Craven Community College teamed up for its middle school engineering camp last week for sixth-,... Read more
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The News & Observer
Raleigh may revamp free R-Line bus serviceexpanding service into Cameron Village and Seaboard Station on Peace Street, or
Raleigh may revamp free R-Line bus service
The News & Observer / Posted 1 months ago
expanding service into Cameron Village and Seaboard Station on Peace Street, or creating a new route between downtown and N.C. State University. But they want to wait until after this fall to make decisions. Wake voters in November will be asked... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Heat linked to crops working up ‘corn sweat’contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, said researchers like Ken Kunke
Heat linked to crops working up ‘corn sweat’
Northwest Herald / Posted 1 months ago
contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, said researchers like Ken Kunkel, a professor of atmospheric sciences at N.C. State University. “It’s a real thing. Calling it sweat is interesting,” he said with a laugh. “I never heard that... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Heat linked to crops working up ‘corn sweat’contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, said researchers like Ken Kunke
Heat linked to crops working up ‘corn sweat’
Daily Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, said researchers like Ken Kunkel, a professor of atmospheric sciences at N.C. State University. “It’s a real thing. Calling it sweat is interesting,” he said with a laugh. “I never heard that... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Sweet corn? More like sweat corncontribution comes from corn and soybean crops, say researchers like Ken Kunkel
Sweet corn? More like sweat corn
SaukValley.com / Posted 1 months ago
contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, say researchers like Ken Kunkel, a professor of atmospheric sciences at N.C. State University. “It’s a real thing. Calling it sweat is interesting,” he said with a laugh. “I never heard that... Read more
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The Pekin Daily Times
Midwest mugginess linked to crops working up a 'corn sweat'contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, say researchers like Ken Kunkel
Midwest mugginess linked to crops working up a 'corn sweat'
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted 1 months ago
contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, say researchers like Ken Kunkel, a professor of atmospheric sciences at N.C. State University."It's a real thing. Calling it sweat is interesting," he said with a laugh. "I never heard that... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Midwest mugginess linked to crops working up a 'corn sweat'contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, say researchers like Ken Kunkel
Midwest mugginess linked to crops working up a 'corn sweat'
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 1 months ago
contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, say researchers like Ken Kunkel, a professor of atmospheric sciences at N.C. State University. "It's a real thing. Calling it sweat is interesting," he said with a laugh. "I never heard that... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Midwest mugginess linked to crops working up a 'corn sweat'contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, say researchers like Ken Kunkel
Midwest mugginess linked to crops working up a 'corn sweat'
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 1 months ago
contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, say researchers like Ken Kunkel, a professor of atmospheric sciences at N.C. State University. "It's a real thing. Calling it sweat is interesting," he said with a laugh. "I never heard that... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Midwest mugginess linked to crops working up a 'corn sweat'contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, say researchers like Ken Kunkel
Midwest mugginess linked to crops working up a 'corn sweat'
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 1 months ago
contribution comes from corn and soybean crops, say researchers like Ken Kunkel, a professor of atmospheric sciences at N.C. State University. "It's a real thing. Calling it sweat is interesting," he said with a laugh. "I never heard that... Read more
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