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The Nashua Telegraph
Residents spar with selectmenMILFORD - During a sometimes heated meeting last week selectmen defended the up
Residents spar with selectmen
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted yesterday
MILFORD - During a sometimes heated meeting last week selectmen defended the upcoming sale of town-owned land to a Massachusetts stone processing company. The board signed a purchase and sales agreement with Monadnock Economic Development Corp. last... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Rewards Cards: How Much Personal Information Is Collected?NORTH TEXAS (CBS 11 NEWS) – It seems like every store is offering rewards progr
Rewards Cards: How Much Personal Information Is Collected?
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 3 days ago
NORTH TEXAS (CBS 11 NEWS) – It seems like every store is offering rewards programs these days. And now some retailers have started teaming up, offering one card that helps you earn points at several stores. It allows you to use points earned from one... Read more
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Investopedia
Top 5 Startups That Emerged in BostonBoston offers myriad advantages to entrepreneurs and small business owners. Mor
Top 5 Startups That Emerged in Boston
Investopedia / Posted 4 days ago
Boston offers myriad advantages to entrepreneurs and small business owners. More so than almost any other U.S. city, Boston's workforce is talent-rich and highly educated. The city and surrounding area is home to dozens of colleges and graduate... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Formula 1-style energy recovery system could reduce lorry emissions by 25% Road haulage accounts for more than a fifth of the EU's total CO2 emissions
Formula 1-style energy recovery system could reduce lorry emissions by 25%
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 4 days ago
Road haulage accounts for more than a fifth of the EU's total CO2 emissions A French start-up claims to have developed the world's first Kinetic Energy Recovery System... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Secure USB Best Practices UncoveredThe best way to lock down your USB storage devices involves a clever combinatio
Secure USB Best Practices Uncovered
Computer Business Review / Posted 6 days ago
The best way to lock down your USB storage devices involves a clever combination of technology and policy. This year hasn't been a particularly good one for those responsible for IT security at Barclays. At the end of July, the beleaguered bank was... Read more
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The Neosho Daily News
IN-DEPTH FOCUS: Technology helps in artifact search Posted Aug. 23, 2015 at 2:05 AM DIAMOND — Archaeologists have uncovered a lo
IN-DEPTH FOCUS: Technology helps in artifact search
The Neosho Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
Posted Aug. 23, 2015 at 2:05 AM DIAMOND — Archaeologists have uncovered a lot of items over the years across the globe. That includes Newton County.Since Aug. 17, a team of archeologists from the... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
'She Sheds' provide getaway spaces for women The “man cave” has met its match in the “she shed.” The sanctuary for women
'She Sheds' provide getaway spaces for women
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 10 days ago
The “man cave” has met its match in the “she shed.” The sanctuary for women runs the gamut in style and function — from, say, a Japanese teahouse to a crafting studio. Yet it stems from a universal... Read more
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The Alaska Star
Kids and Fire - August Issue 3 2015Kids and FirePrograms that curb juvenile fire setting defunded in recent years
Kids and Fire - August Issue 3 2015
The Alaska Star / Posted 10 days ago
Kids and FirePrograms that curb juvenile fire setting defunded in recent years The rubber mulch at Alpenglow Elementary School began burning in earnest on the morning of Aug. 1, hours after police say a 14-year-old who’d set it on fire thought it... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Apps used by sexual predators: What you need to knowLOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Multiple social media sites were used by a former Trini
Apps used by sexual predators: What you need to know
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 10 days ago
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Multiple social media sites were used by a former Trinity High School teacher and coach who pleaded guilty to multiple counts related to child pornography. Police discovered Patrick Newman, 33, had directed a 13-year-old boy... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Bicycles are Big Business for Burning ManOnce a year, tens of thousands of people arrive in Northern Nevada to attend th
Bicycles are Big Business for Burning Man
KTVN Reno / Posted 10 days ago
Once a year, tens of thousands of people arrive in Northern Nevada to attend the Burning Man Festival. Organizers say bicycles are crucial transportation in the Black Rock Desert. For years, local shops have been supplying “Burners” with bikes for... Read more
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WALB Albany
Record peanut crop is expectedGeorgia farmers continue to make preparations for a record peanut crop. State
Record peanut crop is expected
WALB Albany / Posted 10 days ago
Georgia farmers continue to make preparations for a record peanut crop. State agricultural officials expect a near record yield of peanuts, with the harvest probably starting in September. The 06G variety planted this year has the potential to... Read more
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Alaska Public
NPR StoryIf You Spill Water On This Book, That's A Good Thing It looks like a regular h
NPR Story
Alaska Public / Posted 10 days ago
If You Spill Water On This Book, That's A Good Thing It looks like a regular hardcover book, though in an eye-catching shade of orange with an even catchier title: The Drinkable Book.But it's definitely not your typical book. There are messages on... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
If You Spill Water On This Book, That's A Good ThingIt looks like a regular hardcover book, though in an eye-catching shade of oran
If You Spill Water On This Book, That's A Good Thing
KPBS San Diego / Posted 10 days ago
It looks like a regular hardcover book, though in an eye-catching shade of orange with an even catchier title: The Drinkable Book. But it's definitely not your typical book. There are messages on each page about water safety, printed in nontoxic... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
Uncovering traumatic memories in the brainCHICAGO — Figuring out how traumatic memories hide in the brain. The finding ma
Uncovering traumatic memories in the brain
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 11 days ago
CHICAGO — Figuring out how traumatic memories hide in the brain. The finding may help retrieve hidden memories. Doctors say they now know how to unlock the door to suppressed memories. Northwestern Medicine scientists have pinpointed a way to... Read more
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Plumas County News
Trailer and merchandise stolen from wood carving family A bare lot is what Stephanie and William Williamson, the owners of Bear Butt
Trailer and merchandise stolen from wood carving family
Plumas County News / Posted 12 days ago
A bare lot is what Stephanie and William Williamson, the owners of Bear Butt Carvings, returned to early on Monday morning Aug. 10. Everything was gone; the trailer where they store their... Read more
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WXOW 19 La Crosse
BREAKING: Holmen fire leaves home severely damagedThe Holmen Fire Department believes everyone is safe after a house fire in Holm
BREAKING: Holmen fire leaves home severely damaged
WXOW 19 La Crosse / Posted 14 days ago
The Holmen Fire Department believes everyone is safe after a house fire in Holmen Saturday evening. Crews were called 215 Morris Street around 5:30. Because of heat, the department also called in crews from Trempeleau and Farmington. The three... Read more
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Business Spectator
The perils of 'Big Data' without ethicsThe NSW government’s plan for a whole-of-government data analytics centre has h
The perils of 'Big Data' without ethics
Business Spectator / Posted 16 days ago
The NSW government’s plan for a whole-of-government data analytics centre has highlighted the potential of “big data” to influence and inform government policy decisions. Having spent the past three years integrating its data repositories on a... Read more
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TribLIVE
DEP prepares to release new state oil, gas site regulationsNew state regulations on oil and gas sites are nearing the home stretch of the
DEP prepares to release new state oil, gas site regulations
TribLIVE / Posted 16 days ago
New state regulations on oil and gas sites are nearing the home stretch of the rule-making process. The latest version of changes to Chapter 78, which regulates how oil and natural gas companies should behave both at traditional well sites and shale... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
KECI Missoula / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
KEYT 3 Santa Barbara / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run | Money - Home Sparks from an RV's trailer that lost a wheel ignited over a h
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
KTVZ Bend / Posted 17 days ago
| Money - Home Sparks from an RV's trailer that lost a wheel ignited over a half-dozen fires Wednesday afternoon along U.S. Highway 26 on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, quickly burning 5,000 acres... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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KTUU Anchorage
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
KTUU Anchorage / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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Local 6 Orlando
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
Local 6 Orlando / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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KY3 Springfield
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
KY3 Springfield / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
Local 10 Miami / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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News 8000
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
News 8000 / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test runEarlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was
Bill Gates' poop water machine gets a test run
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 17 days ago
Earlier this year, Bill Gates posted a video of himself drinking water that was made from human feces. (It went viral, unsurprisingly.) The water was processed by a machine that collects human waste and converts it into safe, reusable byproducts --... Read more
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FOX News
Is butter back? The truth about this favorite fatRead enough health studies and you come to realize darn near every theory has o
Is butter back? The truth about this favorite fat
FOX News / Posted 17 days ago
Read enough health studies and you come to realize darn near every theory has one study proving one thing and another study proving the exact opposite. It's a cold, confusing world out there, and though science tries to make sense of it all, absolute... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
5 important facts about new DEP oil and gas regulationsNew state regulations on oil and gas sites are nearing the homestretch of the r
5 important facts about new DEP oil and gas regulations
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
New state regulations on oil and gas sites are nearing the homestretch of the rulemaking process. The latest version of changes to Chapter 78, which regulates how oil and natural gas companies should behave both at traditional well sites and shale... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
5 important facts about new DEP oil and gas regulationsNew state regulations on oil and gas sites are nearing the home stretch of the
5 important facts about new DEP oil and gas regulations
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 17 days ago
New state regulations on oil and gas sites are nearing the home stretch of the rulemaking process. The latest version of changes to Chapter 78, which regulates how oil and natural gas companies should behave both at traditional well sites and shale... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why FCT Communities Still Drink From StreamsBy Taiwo Adeniyi and Ogechi Jaiyesimi Rain comes with its attendant joy. For t
Why FCT Communities Still Drink From Streams
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
By Taiwo Adeniyi and Ogechi Jaiyesimi Rain comes with its attendant joy. For the farmers it promises bumper harvest. But for many rural dwellers in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), it means better drinking water. In several rural communities,... Read more
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North Bay Bohemian
Charging AheadS>olar-power adopters are at the cutting edge of climate-change activism on the
Charging Ahead
North Bay Bohemian / Posted 18 days ago
S>olar-power adopters are at the cutting edge of climate-change activism on the home front. Here in Sonoma County, they're gaining in numbers, and now homeowners have a new (if costly) opportunity to maximize their clean-energy investment, with the... Read more
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International Business Times
HTC One Max phone saved user fingerprints as unencrypted images accessible to any hacker Fingerprint readers are considered a more secure and convenient way of keeping
HTC One Max phone saved user fingerprints as unencrypted images accessible to any hacker
International Business Times / Posted 20 days ago
Fingerprint readers are considered a more secure and convenient way of keeping your smartphone safe – but security researchers have discovered that one handset has been saving fingerprints scans as unencrypted image files that can be read and stolen... Read more
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PC Magazine
The Best Online Collaboration Software for 2015Online communication and collaboration tools make teams stronger. They let remo
The Best Online Collaboration Software for 2015
PC Magazine / Posted 20 days ago
Online communication and collaboration tools make teams stronger. They let remote teams communicate quickly. They allow previous discussions to be searched and archived. They eliminate back-and-forth questions about work via email. And often, they... Read more
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The Register
Cloud computing’s refuseniks: How long can they hold out?Umpty-squillion surveys come out every week, and they generally disagree with e
Cloud computing’s refuseniks: How long can they hold out?
The Register / Posted 20 days ago
Umpty-squillion surveys come out every week, and they generally disagree with each other. Personally I tend to take notice of the ones that tell me that red wine is good for weight loss and long life. I read one recently, though, in which no fewer... Read more
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Scotsman
Claire Black: It’s irrational to reason with a two-year-old Giving in to the demands of toddlers store up trouble in the long term. Pictur
Claire Black: It’s irrational to reason with a two-year-old
Scotsman / Posted 21 days ago
Giving in to the demands of toddlers store up trouble in the long term. Picture: Getty Images ‘OH WHAT happened?” My son says this a lot. He has just turned two. He also says, “Where are... Read more
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Web Host Industry Review
Big Data, the Cloud, and Why Management MattersThere is a growing trend in the cloud world. It’s clearly evident that there ar
Big Data, the Cloud, and Why Management Matters
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 26 days ago
There is a growing trend in the cloud world. It’s clearly evident that there are now more devices, more connections to the Internet, and more demands from the end-user. Organizations already have to battle the BYOD and IT consumerization front. Now,... Read more
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Medical News Today
New 'drug-entrapped' artificial blood vessels stay clot-freeSurgery for cardiovascular problems often requires the implantation of vascular
New 'drug-entrapped' artificial blood vessels stay clot-free
Medical News Today / Posted 26 days ago
Surgery for cardiovascular problems often requires the implantation of vascular grafts and stents to prop open failing or narrowed blood vessels. However, while this solves the immediate problem of restoring blood flow, it introduces the risk of... Read more
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Alaska Public
NPR Story | Alaska Public MediaHeavy Loads Of Pollen May Shift Flight Plans Of The Bumblebee Bumblebees are i
NPR Story | Alaska Public Media
Alaska Public / Posted 26 days ago
Heavy Loads Of Pollen May Shift Flight Plans Of The Bumblebee Bumblebees are important pollinators of crops and wildflowers across the U.S., and gather heavy loads of nectar and pollen from flowers. A study published Monday shows that the type of... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Heavy Loads Of Pollen May Shift Flight Plans Of The BumblebeeBumblebees are important pollinators of crops and wildflowers across the U.S.,
Heavy Loads Of Pollen May Shift Flight Plans Of The Bumblebee
KPBS San Diego / Posted 26 days ago
Bumblebees are important pollinators of crops and wildflowers across the U.S., and gather heavy loads of nectar and pollen from flowers. A study published Monday shows that the type of food they carry affects how they fly. That's because they store... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Button downDue to an assignment that took us to a swanky clothing store (read all about it
Button down
Arkansas Times / Posted 28 days ago
Due to an assignment that took us to a swanky clothing store (read all about it in this issue, Dear Reader) Yours Truly has been forced to think about clothes. The Observer must have been 12, maybe 13 years old when first informed that rolling up... Read more
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Officer.com
ATF Puts More Boots on Ground in BaltimoreEven before the unrest in April -- before rioters set fires in several city nei
ATF Puts More Boots on Ground in Baltimore
Officer.com / Posted 29 days ago
Even before the unrest in April -- before rioters set fires in several city neighborhoods, before homicides reached highs not seen in decades, before local, state and federal law enforcement leaders set up a "war room" to target the most violent... Read more
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