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2014/07/23 01:42
2014/07/23 01:42
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... wood frogs spend more time freezing and thawing outside than a steak does in your freezer and the frog comes back to life in the spring in better shape than the steak," said Don Larson,...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2014/07/23 01:42
2014/07/23 01:42
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2014/07/22 14:28
2014/07/22 14:28
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The University of Alaska Fairbanks is seeking proposals from qualified firms interesting in providing for construction management and general contracting services for a heat and power plant...
2014/07/20 00:28
2014/07/20 00:28
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Fairbanks Sinkholes Draw in Repair Crews, Theories Like it has in many other states across the country, the ground near Fairbanks seems to have taken on a life of its own after a recent spate of...
2014/07/18 14:45
2014/07/18 14:45
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New University of Alaska Fairbanks research indicates that arctic thermokarst lakes stabilize climate change by storing more greenhouse gases than they emit into the atmosphere. Countering a...
2014/07/18 08:46
2014/07/18 08:46
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This Christmas, former Brown Bears forward Jacob Wolter was shocked to hear a team thought he belonged in the North American Hockey League. At the beginning of this hockey season, Wolter, born and...
2014/07/18 00:57
2014/07/18 00:57
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Brantford's Lynne Andrew continues to build a world-class sports resume through her travels across North America. The latest line on Andrew's resume is her appointment as NCAA National Women's...
2014/07/17 21:50
2014/07/17 21:50
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Fish Factor: Unmanned gliders used to study ocean acidification Ocean chemists are calling it “revolutionary technology” as unmanned gliders track how melting glaciers may be intensifying corrosive...
2014/07/15 06:46
2014/07/15 06:46
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NOME (AP) — An oil spill response drill is set to take place at Port Clarence northwest of Nome on Wednesday in a region where industrial projects are proposed. Spill response company Alaska Chadux...
2014/07/14 13:31
2014/07/14 13:31
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A ribbon-cutting ceremony near the base of the new NASA antenna within the Alaska Satellite Facility (ASF) marked the official beginning for the Near Earth Network (NEN) asset. Operated by the...
2014/07/11 23:58
2014/07/11 23:58
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NOAA / AP Photo This July 2014 image provided by NOAA shows NOAA Fisheries Alaska Region Marine Mammal Stranding Coordinator Aleria Jensen, right, measuring the length of a female humpback whale...
2014/07/11 23:54
2014/07/11 23:54
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A Fairbanks bridge over the Chena River is closing Friday to allow workers to repair a nearby sinkhole. Fairbanks Public Works Director Mike Schmetzer says the Wendell Avenue Bridge is...
2014/07/11 20:28
2014/07/11 20:28
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The mystery of 53 dead caribou in the Alaska Range Forty-two years ago, an Army helicopter pilot flying over a tundra plateau saw a group of caribou. Thinking something looked weird, he circled for a...
2014/07/11 18:45
2014/07/11 18:45
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The US Air Force has given the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) facility in Gakona, Alaska, a death row reprieve of sorts. The Secretary of the Air Force told Alaska Sen Lisa...
2014/07/11 18:22
2014/07/11 18:22
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You aren't seeing stars: NASA's newest space antenna looks just like the Forest Moon of Endor in The Return of the Jedi Space agency unveils latest communication method in Alaska NASA itself...
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2014/07/11 08:28
2014/07/11 08:28
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University of Alaska officials say they’re cooperating with a federal probe into how they handle sexual assault and harassment cases. "It started with a request for information -- we responded to the...
2014/07/10 00:54
2014/07/10 00:54
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Geophysicists don't know what caused a sinkhole measuring about 80 feet deep to appear in a Fairbanks resident's yard last week. And they might never know. Homeowner Al Schultz had safety concerns...
2014/07/09 10:32
2014/07/09 10:32
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The loss of a breeding wolf can be a devastating event for a wolf pack, but a new study shows it may not spell the end, according to a recent statement from the Institute of Arctic Biology at the...
2014/07/07 12:52
2014/07/07 12:52
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FAIRBANKS — A West Valley High School junior is in Washington, D.C., this week competing in the Miss Teen United States pageant. Sydneylynn Graessle, 16, represents the state of Alaska in her role as...
2014/07/07 00:37
2014/07/07 00:37
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... Science)-- The old folklore admonition to “feed a cold and starve a fever” is not only good medical advice; it may explain something weird that happens to mountain climbers. Climbers who...
2014/07/06 06:20
2014/07/06 06:20
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Forty-two years ago, an Army helicopter pilot flying over a tundra plateau saw a group of caribou. Thinking something looked weird, he circled for a closer look. The animals, dozens of them, were...
2014/07/23 01:42
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