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PhysOrg
Researchers say trees could help strengthen auto partsSrikanth Pilla works in his lab at Clemson University. Credit: Clemson Universi
Researchers say trees could help strengthen auto parts
PhysOrg / Posted 5 hours ago
Srikanth Pilla works in his lab at Clemson University. Credit: Clemson University Trees that are removed during forest restoration projects could find their way into car bumpers and fenders as part of a study led by Srikanth Pilla of Clemson... Read more
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Island Packet
NASA supports university's unique research with grantin future technology, reported the Laramie Boomerang (http://bit.ly/2a2jiht).
NASA supports university's unique research with grant
Island Packet / Posted 14 hours ago
in future technology, reported the Laramie Boomerang (http://bit.ly/2a2jiht). Erica Belmont, assistant professor in the University of Wyoming department of mechanical engineering, has studied combustion for years. "A big part of my background... Read more
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PhysOrg
NASA to map the surface of an asteroidsurface of the asteroid Bennu. Credit: NASA NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will l
NASA to map the surface of an asteroid
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
surface of the asteroid Bennu. Credit: NASA NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will launch September 2016 and travel to a near-Earth asteroid known as Bennu to harvest a sample of surface material and return it to Earth for study. The science team will... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Minter: Experience would guide her serviceam committed to the job of moving our state forward.� Minter�s qualifications
Minter: Experience would guide her service
Rutland Herald / Posted 3 days ago
am committed to the job of moving our state forward.� Minter�s qualifications include an undergraduate degree from Harvard University, where she majored in sociology, and a master�s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Business Notes - July 24Steinhauser earned her medical degree at the University of Nebraska Medical Cen
Business Notes - July 24
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 3 days ago
Steinhauser earned her medical degree at the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine where she also completed her Family Medicine Residency in 2015. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biopsychology with high distinction... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Bottled with heart, souland sampling at the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce. The beverages ar
Bottled with heart, soul
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
and sampling at the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce. The beverages are mixed and packaged at the Food Innovation Center, part of the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture's Arkansas Institute of Food Science and Engineering in... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Hardware developed by CU Boulder headed for International Space StationHigh-tech hardware designed by the University of Colorado for testing at the In
Hardware developed by CU Boulder headed for International Space Station
Colorado Daily / Posted 9 days ago
High-tech hardware designed by the University of Colorado for testing at the International Space Station was launched into space today aboard the commercial SpaceX Dragon capsule. The hardware was developed by BioServe Space Technologies, a center... Read more
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The News-Herald
Museums and libraries offer learning opportunities in Northeast Ohiocountless hours arranging innumerable materials in endless combinations, attemp
Museums and libraries offer learning opportunities in Northeast Ohio
The News-Herald / Posted 12 days ago
countless hours arranging innumerable materials in endless combinations, attempting to change the way the people of this Earth see the way they look at their home planet, the universe and beyond. But the curators at the museums of the great... Read more
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MacDailyNews
An open letter from Apple co-founder Woz, other techies on Donald Trump’s candidacy for U.S. President – MacDailyNewspotential. We also believe that progressive immigration policies help us attrac
An open letter from Apple co-founder Woz, other techies on Donald Trump’s candidacy for U.S. President – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted 12 days ago
potential. We also believe that progressive immigration policies help us attract and retain some of the brightest minds on earth — scientists, entrepreneurs, and creators. In fact, 40% of Fortune 500 companies were founded by immigrants or their... Read more
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PhysOrg
Solar probe plus mission moves into advanced developmentEngineers at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel,
Solar probe plus mission moves into advanced development
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
Engineers at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, prepare the developing Solar Probe Plus spacecraft for thermal vacuum tests that simulate conditions in space. Today the spacecraft includes the primary... Read more
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Wired News
An Open Letter From Tech Leaders on Donald Trump’s Presidential Bidpotential. We also believe that progressive immigration policies help us attrac
An Open Letter From Tech Leaders on Donald Trump’s Presidential Bid
Wired News / Posted 13 days ago
potential. We also believe that progressive immigration policies help us attract and retain some of the brightest minds on earth — scientists, entrepreneurs, and creators. In fact, 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies were founded by immigrants or... Read more
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Irish Central
Irish doctor to join NASA in Florida oceanic missioneverything from DNA sequencing to communications for underwater space walks can
Irish doctor to join NASA in Florida oceanic mission
Irish Central / Posted 15 days ago
everything from DNA sequencing to communications for underwater space walks can be done." Ó Gríofa studied medicine at University College Dublin before completing a PhD in biomedical engineering at the University of Limerick, and has carried... Read more
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WA Today
Cosmologist Paul Davies proposes theory that building blocks of life may not be chemicals but informationDune – have something recognisably "life-like" about them: they have a chemical
Cosmologist Paul Davies proposes theory that building blocks of life may not be chemicals but information
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
Dune – have something recognisably "life-like" about them: they have a chemical structure broadly similar to those found in earth species, and (it is implied) some kind of DNA-ish apparatus that facilitates reproduction. Professor Paul Davies has a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Cosmologist Paul Davies proposes theory that building blocks of life may not be chemicals but informationDune – have something recognisably "life-like" about them: they have a chemical
Cosmologist Paul Davies proposes theory that building blocks of life may not be chemicals but information
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
Dune – have something recognisably "life-like" about them: they have a chemical structure broadly similar to those found in earth species, and (it is implied) some kind of DNA-ish apparatus that facilitates reproduction. Professor Paul Davies has a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cosmologist Paul Davies proposes theory that building blocks of life may not be chemicals but informationDune – have something recognisably "life-like" about them: they have a chemical
Cosmologist Paul Davies proposes theory that building blocks of life may not be chemicals but information
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Dune – have something recognisably "life-like" about them: they have a chemical structure broadly similar to those found in earth species, and (it is implied) some kind of DNA-ish apparatus that facilitates reproduction. They are reasonable enough... Read more
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The Age
Cosmologist Paul Davies proposes theory that building blocks of life may not be chemicals but informationDune – have something recognisably "life-like" about them: they have a chemical
Cosmologist Paul Davies proposes theory that building blocks of life may not be chemicals but information
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
Dune – have something recognisably "life-like" about them: they have a chemical structure broadly similar to those found in earth species, and (it is implied) some kind of DNA-ish apparatus that facilitates reproduction. Professor Paul Davies has a... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Schensul: Sciene and technology are all the rage in Manchester, England - Travelwill be workshops, performances and experiences celebrating the latest developm
Schensul: Sciene and technology are all the rage in Manchester, England - Travel
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 17 days ago
will be workshops, performances and experiences celebrating the latest developments in science, technology and engineering. Among the most interesting-sounding of the lot: * The Manchester Robot Orchestra is a yearlong... Read more
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Canberra Times
Cosmologist Paul Davies proposes theory that building blocks of life may not be chemicals but informationDune – have something recognisably "life-like" about them: they have a chemical
Cosmologist Paul Davies proposes theory that building blocks of life may not be chemicals but information
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
Dune – have something recognisably "life-like" about them: they have a chemical structure broadly similar to those found in earth species, and (it is implied) some kind of DNA-ish apparatus that facilitates reproduction. Professor Paul Davies has a... Read more
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PhysOrg
Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) to supply infrared data for developersprojects across the field of remote sensing, which is the monitoring, observing
Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) to supply infrared data for developers
PhysOrg / Posted 20 days ago
projects across the field of remote sensing, which is the monitoring, observing and gathering of information on the Earth and atmosphere from space. "SBIRS uses powerful overhead sensors that collect and transmit significant amounts of... Read more
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The Mercury News
'Miss Galaxy' named a teacher adviser to NASA-backed projectSarah Smith's day job is focused on earth sciences, but the environmental scien
'Miss Galaxy' named a teacher adviser to NASA-backed project
The Mercury News / Posted 22 days ago
Sarah Smith's day job is focused on earth sciences, but the environmental science teacher will be reaching for the stars as an adviser to a NASA-backed initiative. Smith, a faculty member at Downtown College Prep, is one of 50 teacher advisers... Read more
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The Seattle Times
WSU soil scientist dedicated to boosting skills of Afghan farmersPULLMAN — In 2012, Washington State University’s Oumarou Badini reported for wo
WSU soil scientist dedicated to boosting skills of Afghan farmers
The Seattle Times / Posted 24 days ago
PULLMAN — In 2012, Washington State University’s Oumarou Badini reported for work at an agricultural-research center in eastern Afghanistan that has benefited from millions of dollars in international aid. Yet Badini found acreage set aside for test... Read more
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PhysOrg
OSIRIS-REx gears up for 3-D mapping on the flyLab Scheduled for launch on Sept. 8, NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission will travel to a
OSIRIS-REx gears up for 3-D mapping on the fly
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
Lab Scheduled for launch on Sept. 8, NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission will travel to an asteroid, study it and return a sample to Earth for analysis. All of these goals depend on accurate mapping of the target, Bennu, so the team is gearing up for the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Afghan mother’s life crumbles when her husband is killed in SacramentoNeither was wearing a helmet. The right side of Omar’s head slammed into the p
Afghan mother’s life crumbles when her husband is killed in Sacramento
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 28 days ago
Neither was wearing a helmet. The right side of Omar’s head slammed into the pavement. He was rushed to UC Davis Medical Center, where doctors removed a crescent-shaped piece of his skull to relieve pressure on his bleeding, swollen brain. He was... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Pupil launches himself into Space Camp spotwith Wairoa making a bid for it. That would be perfect, a really positive thing
Pupil launches himself into Space Camp spot
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 29 days ago
with Wairoa making a bid for it. That would be perfect, a really positive thing for those of us keen to work in physics or engineering." Kruger is a Year 13 student at Napier Boys' High School. He is also one of five New Zealand students selected... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
NASA extends Hubble contract for Baltimore based researchSpace Telescope will continue to capture images of deep space for at least five
NASA extends Hubble contract for Baltimore based research
Baltimore Sun / Posted 30 days ago
Space Telescope will continue to capture images of deep space for at least five more years, and a Baltimore based science center will continue to conduct the telescopes' research. The space agency extended its Hubble contract with the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers discover new reverse chemical reaction at nanoscale that enables efficient carbon captureA recent study led by Xi Chen, associate professor of earth and environmental e
Researchers discover new reverse chemical reaction at nanoscale that enables efficient carbon capture
PhysOrg / Posted 30 days ago
A recent study led by Xi Chen, associate professor of earth and environmental engineering at Columbia Engineering, and Klaus Lackner at Arizona State University, reports an unconventional reversible chemical reaction in a confined nanoenvironment.... Read more
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The Mining Journal
The calendarthe 27th annual Children's Fishing Day at Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Angle
The calendar
The Mining Journal / Posted 1 months ago
the 27th annual Children's Fishing Day at Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Anglers age 1-16 should register at the Visitor Center before fishing. The registration table will open at 9 a.m. Fish entries will be accepted between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. at... Read more
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Boston Globe
In ‘Speaking,’ revisiting sites of unspeakable violencedone, Schnack had to include two new mass shootings — the killing of three and
In ‘Speaking,’ revisiting sites of unspeakable violence
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
done, Schnack had to include two new mass shootings — the killing of three and wounding of nine at the Planned Parenthood Center on Nov. 15 in Colorado Springs, Colo., and the homegrown terrorist attack on the San Bernardino County Department of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Nanoscientists develop the 'ultimate discovery tool'Credit: Peng-Cheng Chen/James Hedrick The discovery power of the gene chip is c
Nanoscientists develop the 'ultimate discovery tool'
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
Credit: Peng-Cheng Chen/James Hedrick The discovery power of the gene chip is coming to nanotechnology. A Northwestern University research team is developing a tool to rapidly test millions and perhaps even billions or more different... Read more
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The Atlantic
Archaeologists Are Spotting Ancient Ruins in Cold War Spy Photosat least as, if not far more, valuable than their original purpose. A group of
Archaeologists Are Spotting Ancient Ruins in Cold War Spy Photos
The Atlantic / Posted 1 months ago
at least as, if not far more, valuable than their original purpose. A group of researchers, led by Shujie Wang at the University of Cincinnati, explained that classified photographs taken by the CIA’s ARGON satellite platform in the early... Read more
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The Mining Journal
The calendarSalvation Army, 1009 W. Baraga, Marquette. Call 226-2241. Jayne's Bridge Club
The calendar
The Mining Journal / Posted 1 months ago
Salvation Army, 1009 W. Baraga, Marquette. Call 226-2241. Jayne's Bridge Club - plays at 1 p.m. at the Marquette Senior Center, 300 Spring St. Call 225-1456. Partners guaranteed. Schizophrenics Anonymous - is a six-step support group for... Read more
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