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The Huffington Post
The Microbes Living In Your Home Say A Lot About YouThere are thousands of microbial species crawling around your home right now --
The Microbes Living In Your Home Say A Lot About You
The Huffington Post / Posted 2 hours ago
There are thousands of microbial species crawling around your home right now -- and they can reveal a lot about you and anyone else who lives there. That's according to a study published Wednesday in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B. The study... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Sea levels will rise, experts warn, and 'it's not going to stop'Here's one trend California is behind on: rising sea levels. For the last 23 y
Sea levels will rise, experts warn, and 'it's not going to stop'
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 18 hours ago
Here's one trend California is behind on: rising sea levels. For the last 23 years, ocean levels around the world have climbed by about 3 inches on average, and NASA scientists say the sea will continue to rise as warming temperatures cause ice... Read more
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PhysOrg
Warming seas and melting ice sheetsAn iceberg floats in Disko Bay, near Ilulissat, Greenland, on July 24, 2015. Th
Warming seas and melting ice sheets
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
An iceberg floats in Disko Bay, near Ilulissat, Greenland, on July 24, 2015. The massive Greenland ice sheet is shedding about 300 gigatons of ice a year into the ocean, making it the single largest source of sea level rise from melting ice. Credit:... Read more
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PhysOrg
Historic 2013 Colorado Front Range storm accomplished up to 1,000 years of erosionA landslide in Colorado's Front Range. Credit: Suzanne Anderson / INSTAAR The h
Historic 2013 Colorado Front Range storm accomplished up to 1,000 years of erosion
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
A landslide in Colorado's Front Range. Credit: Suzanne Anderson / INSTAAR The historic September 2013 storm that triggered widespread flooding across Colorado's Front Range eroded the equivalent of hundreds, or even as much as 1,000 years worth of... Read more
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New Kerala
World oceans rising dangerously, says NASA Oceans around the world are rising dangerously, warns NASA, adding that the r
World oceans rising dangerously, says NASA
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
Oceans around the world are rising dangerously, warns NASA, adding that the ramifications of sea level rise can be even scarier than the worst-case scenarios predicted by climate models. Seas around the... Read more
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Inquirier.net
NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise aheadInfographics by http://www.climate.org/ MIAMI, United States—Sea levels are ri
NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise ahead
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
Infographics by http://www.climate.org/ MIAMI, United States—Sea levels are rising around the world, and the latest satellite data suggests that three feet (one meter) or more is unavoidable in the next 100 to 200 years, NASA scientists said... Read more
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The Borneo Post
NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise aheadAccording to NASA’s sea level rise team, it’s pretty certain we are locked into
NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise ahead
The Borneo Post / Posted yesterday
According to NASA’s sea level rise team, it’s pretty certain we are locked into at least three feet (one meter) of sea level rise, and probably more, however it is not clear when this will occur. -AFP File Photo MIAMI: The latest data on sea level... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Nasa: Sea level rise 'unavoidable'MIAMI - The latest data on sea level rise from global warming suggests that thr
Nasa: Sea level rise 'unavoidable'
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted yesterday
MIAMI - The latest data on sea level rise from global warming suggests that three feet (one meter) or more is unavoidable in the next 100-200 years, Nasa scientists said Wednesday. According to Nasa's sea level rise team, it's pretty certain we are... Read more
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Japan Today
NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise ahead ‹ Japan TodaySea levels are rising around the world, and the latest satellite data suggests
NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise ahead ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted yesterday
Sea levels are rising around the world, and the latest satellite data suggests that three feet (one meter) or more is unavoidable in the next 100-200 years, NASA scientists said Wednesday. Ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica are melting faster... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise aheadMIAMI - The latest data on sea level rise from global warming suggests that thr
NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise ahead
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted yesterday
MIAMI - The latest data on sea level rise from global warming suggests that three feet (one meter) or more is unavoidable in the next 100-200 years, NASA scientists said Wednesday. According to NASA's sea level rise team, it's pretty certain we are... Read more
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PhysOrg
NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise aheadCredit: Tiago Fioreze / Wikipedia The latest data on sea level rise from global
NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise ahead
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Credit: Tiago Fioreze / Wikipedia The latest data on sea level rise from global warming suggests that three feet (one meter) or more is unavoidable in the next 100-200 years, NASA scientists said Wednesday. Much uncertainty remains in the... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise ahead The latest data on sea level rise from global warming suggests that three fee
NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise ahead
Manila Bulletin / Posted yesterday
The latest data on sea level rise from global warming suggests that three feet (one meter) or more is unavoidable in the next 100-200 years, NASA scientists said Wednesday. Much uncertainty remains in the... Read more
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Business Wire
CBD Pur US Becomes First Cannabidiol (CBD) Company to Obtain Pharma-Grade Certification for Pure CBD IsolateHILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--After three months of extensive test
CBD Pur US Becomes First Cannabidiol (CBD) Company to Obtain Pharma-Grade Certification for Pure CBD Isolate
Business Wire / Posted 2 days ago
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--After three months of extensive testing, David Mouser announced Dr. Bob Sievers, PhD, University of Colorado, Boulder, has discovered and developed a forth extraction process performed on CBD Pur US Isolate... Read more
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New Kerala
Dust in your house can tell gender of occupants What story can the dust collected from your house tell? These organisms can i
Dust in your house can tell gender of occupants
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
What story can the dust collected from your house tell? These organisms can indicate not just the geographical location of your residence, but also the proportion of male and female members in the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Home sweet microbe: Dust in your house can predict geographic region, gender of occupantsHousehold dust under a microscope. Credit: NIAID The humble dust collecting in
Home sweet microbe: Dust in your house can predict geographic region, gender of occupants
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
Household dust under a microscope. Credit: NIAID The humble dust collecting in the average American household harbors a teeming menagerie of bacteria and fungi, and as researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder and North Carolina State... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Worried about gross bacteria in your house? Get rid of pets - and menMore pets - and men - in your home means you are more likely to have some very
Worried about gross bacteria in your house? Get rid of pets - and men
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
More pets - and men - in your home means you are more likely to have some very yucky bacteria in your house, scientists say in a new study. Bringing a pet into the house means importing the bacteria found in the animals' mouths and excrement,... Read more
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SMU Daily Campus
Lyle professor Dr. Dolores Etter to receive ‘100 Inspiring Women In STEM’ awardINSIGHT Into Diversity’s STEM award recognizes women whose work and achievement
Lyle professor Dr. Dolores Etter to receive ‘100 Inspiring Women In STEM’ award
SMU Daily Campus / Posted 2 days ago
INSIGHT Into Diversity’s STEM award recognizes women whose work and achievements encourage others in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, especially young females. Etter’s work as founding director of the Caruth Institute for... Read more
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Denver Post
Blind CU grad hikes entire Colorado Trail — thanks to a special dogTrevor Thomas called it the world's highest-stakes game of connect-the-dots. H
Blind CU grad hikes entire Colorado Trail — thanks to a special dog
Denver Post / Posted 4 days ago
Trevor Thomas called it the world's highest-stakes game of connect-the-dots. He recently hiked the Colorado Trail — 489 miles from Denver to Durango. Alone and blind. The lengthy, rugged terrain that crosses eight mountain ranges and six national... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Blind CU grad hikes entire Colorado Trail — thanks to a special dogTrevor Thomas called it the world's highest-stakes game of connect-the-dots. H
Blind CU grad hikes entire Colorado Trail — thanks to a special dog
Colorado Daily / Posted 4 days ago
Trevor Thomas called it the world's highest-stakes game of connect-the-dots. He recently hiked the Colorado Trail — 489 miles from Denver to Durango. Alone and blind. The lengthy, rugged terrain that crosses eight mountain ranges and six national... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Blind CU grad hikes entire Colorado Trail — thanks to a special dogTrevor Thomas called it the world's highest-stakes game of connect-the-dots. H
Blind CU grad hikes entire Colorado Trail — thanks to a special dog
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 5 days ago
Trevor Thomas called it the world's highest-stakes game of connect-the-dots. He recently hiked the Colorado Trail — 489 miles from Denver to Durango. Alone and blind. The lengthy, rugged terrain that crosses eight mountain ranges and six national... Read more
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Washington Post
A new episode in the Turkish civil war?Wreckage lies on the ground in front of a Turkish military station after a suic
A new episode in the Turkish civil war?
Washington Post / Posted 7 days ago
Wreckage lies on the ground in front of a Turkish military station after a suicide attack on Aug. 2 in the east Turkish town Dogubeyazit in Agri Province. Two Turkish soldiers were killed and 24 wounded in a suicide bombing blamed on militants of the... Read more
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J Weekly
deathsHarvey L. Backman Harvey L. Backman was born in 1934 in Boissevain, Manitoba,
deaths
J Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
Harvey L. Backman Harvey L. Backman was born in 1934 in Boissevain, Manitoba, Canada, and made his home in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 60 years before moving to New York City in 2007. Harvey attended Washington High School (S.F.) and U.C.... Read more
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Boulder Weekly
Continuing excellenceIt’s that time of year again. The roads are packed, the lines at the sandwich s
Continuing excellence
Boulder Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
It’s that time of year again. The roads are packed, the lines at the sandwich shops quadruple, electrical outlets at Starbucks become a scarce commodity and Boulder is flooded with 30,000 hungry young minds ready to change the world. School is back... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study finds causal connection between genotypes and years of education achievedA first-of-its-kind, nationally representative study of siblings supports previ
Study finds causal connection between genotypes and years of education achieved
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
A first-of-its-kind, nationally representative study of siblings supports previously published research on unrelated individuals that links specific genotypes to educational attainment among adults in their mid-20s to early 30s. The research,... Read more
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Washington Post
Renowned researcher: ‘Why I am no longer comfortable’ in the field of educational measurementGene V. Glass is a renowned statistician and researcher who has worked for deca
Renowned researcher: ‘Why I am no longer comfortable’ in the field of educational measurement
Washington Post / Posted 8 days ago
Gene V. Glass is a renowned statistician and researcher who has worked for decades in educational psychology and the social sciences. He created the term “meta-analysis” — a statistical process for combining the findings from individual studies in a... Read more
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The Longmont Times-Call
Death penalty a deterrent, or distraction?The recent James Holmes death penalty case presented a huge conundrum. His kil
Death penalty a deterrent, or distraction?
The Longmont Times-Call / Posted 8 days ago
The recent James Holmes death penalty case presented a huge conundrum. His killing of 12 people and injuring of 70 others when he fired upon a crowded theater of movie-goers was profoundly terrible. And yet, to sentence him to death, a jury of his... Read more
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BBC News
Does weight matter in US presidential elections? - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
Does weight matter in US presidential elections?
BBC News / Posted 9 days ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Latin America Does weight matter in US... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Death penalty a deterrent, or distraction?The recent James Holmes death penalty case presented a huge conundrum. His kil
Death penalty a deterrent, or distraction?
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 9 days ago
The recent James Holmes death penalty case presented a huge conundrum. His killing of 12 people and injuring of 70 others when he fired upon a crowded theater of movie-goers was profoundly terrible. And yet, to sentence him to death, a jury of his... Read more
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PhysOrg
Cascadia initiative to monitor Northwest Pacific seismic risksResearchers on the Research Vessel Oceanus retrieve an ocean-bottom seismometer
Cascadia initiative to monitor Northwest Pacific seismic risks
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
Researchers on the Research Vessel Oceanus retrieve an ocean-bottom seismometer during a 2014 expedition supporting the Cascadia Initiative. Credit: Pat Kight, via Flickr Early data coming in from a massive, four-year deployment of seismometers... Read more
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CBS Denver
Individual Leases Offer Benefits, Drawbacks To RentersBOULDER, Colo (CBS4) – In the last few years individual apartment leases have b
Individual Leases Offer Benefits, Drawbacks To Renters
CBS Denver / Posted 10 days ago
BOULDER, Colo (CBS4) – In the last few years individual apartment leases have become popular in college towns. The benefit is that you’re not held responsible for the whole rent if your roommates move out, but the downside is you don’t always get to... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Helping others understand transgender transitionPhyllis Whitley raised a daughter, but she now has a son. The Lafayette woman
Helping others understand transgender transition
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 11 days ago
Phyllis Whitley raised a daughter, but she now has a son. The Lafayette woman remembers how the conversation started, more than a decade ago. Her then-daughter mailed her a letter, along with several books explaining what it meant to be... Read more
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Yahoo News
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuse NEW YORK (AP) — When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been ab
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuse
Yahoo News / Posted 12 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) — When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing her for years, she found out that fleeing was the easy part. She and her little boy spent the next three... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuseNEW YORK — When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing h
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuse
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 12 days ago
NEW YORK — When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing her for years, she found out that fleeing was the easy part. She and her little boy spent the next three years homeless, in and out of shelters, because she couldn’t... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Added hardship for victims of domestic violence: Where to live?By COLLEEN LONG Associated Press NEW YORK | When Karen finally decided to lea
Added hardship for victims of domestic violence: Where to live?
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 12 days ago
By COLLEEN LONG Associated Press NEW YORK | When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing her for years, she found out that fleeing was the easy part. She and her little boy spent the next three years homeless, in and out of... Read more
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CBS Denver
High Housing Costs Raise An Obstacle For Women Fleeing AbuseNEW YORK (AP) — When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abus
High Housing Costs Raise An Obstacle For Women Fleeing Abuse
CBS Denver / Posted 12 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) — When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing her for years, she found out that fleeing was the easy part. She and her little boy spent the next three years homeless, in and out of shelters, because she couldn’t... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuseNEW YORK (AP) — When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abus
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuse
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 12 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) — When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing her for years, she found out that fleeing was the easy part. She and her little boy spent the next three years homeless, in and out of shelters, because she couldn't... Read more
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Honolulu Star-Advertiser
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuseDomestic violence survivor K, left, her name withheld for confidentiality, prep
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuse
Honolulu Star-Advertiser / Posted 13 days ago
Domestic violence survivor K, left, her name withheld for confidentiality, prepares dinner for her son while he plays outside the kitchen doorway of their new apartment in New York. NEW YORK >> When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had... Read more
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KOB 4 Albuquerque
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuseCreated: 08/15/2015 10:21 AM By: By COLLEEN LONG NEW YORK (AP) — When Karen f
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuse
KOB 4 Albuquerque / Posted 13 days ago
Created: 08/15/2015 10:21 AM By: By COLLEEN LONG NEW YORK (AP) — When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing her for years, she found out that fleeing was the easy part. She and her little boy spent the next three years... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuseNEW YORK (AP) � When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abus
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuse
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 13 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) � When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing her for years, she found out that fleeing was the easy part. She and her little boy spent the next three years homeless, in and out of shelters, because she couldn't... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuseNEW YORK (AP) � When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abus
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuse
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 13 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) � When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing her for years, she found out that fleeing was the easy part. She and her little boy spent the next three years homeless, in and out of shelters, because she couldn't... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuseNEW YORK (AP) � When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abus
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuse
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 13 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) � When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing her for years, she found out that fleeing was the easy part. She and her little boy spent the next three years homeless, in and out of shelters, because she couldn't... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuseNEW YORK (AP) - When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abus
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuse
New Jersey Herald / Posted 13 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) - When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing her for years, she found out that fleeing was the easy part. She and her little boy spent the next three years homeless, in and out of shelters, because she couldn't... Read more
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York Daily Record
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuseNEW YORK (AP) — When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abus
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuse
York Daily Record / Posted 13 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) — When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing her for years, she found out that fleeing was the easy part. She and her little boy spent the next three years homeless, in and out of shelters, because she couldn't... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuseNEW YORK (AP) � When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abus
High housing costs raise an obstacle for women fleeing abuse
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 13 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) � When Karen finally decided to leave a husband who had been abusing her for years, she found out that fleeing was the easy part. She and her little boy spent the next three years homeless, in and out of shelters, because she couldn't... Read more
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The Farmington Daily Times
Sen. Heinrich talks about mining law reform during Farmington visitAZTEC — U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich helped fill troughs used to water livestock t
Sen. Heinrich talks about mining law reform during Farmington visit
The Farmington Daily Times / Posted 13 days ago
AZTEC — U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich helped fill troughs used to water livestock today as local farmers and ranches relied on stored and transported water and waited for word they can reopen irrigation ditches that were closed to prevent contamination... Read more
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The Farmington Daily Times
Feds look at long-term solution to mining pollutionFARMINGTON — While experts continue to monitor conditions on the Animas River a
Feds look at long-term solution to mining pollution
The Farmington Daily Times / Posted 14 days ago
FARMINGTON — While experts continue to monitor conditions on the Animas River after a spill last week at the Gold King Mine in Colorado, federal officials are beginning to discuss solutions to the decades-old problem of pollution in the Upper Animas... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Rocket Carrying Student Experiments Launched from WallopsWALLOPS ISLAND, Va. (WBOC/AP) - A rocket carrying student experiments has been
Rocket Carrying Student Experiments Launched from Wallops
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 16 days ago
WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. (WBOC/AP) - A rocket carrying student experiments has been launched from Virginia's Eastern Shore. NASA says it launched the Terrier-Improved Malemute suborbital sounding rocket at 6:04 a.m. Wednesday from the Wallops Island... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
LIVE: Rocket to launch from Wallops Island with student experiments from Virginia TechWallops Island, Va. – A sounding rocket is set to launch from Wallops Island Tu
LIVE: Rocket to launch from Wallops Island with student experiments from Virginia Tech
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 17 days ago
Wallops Island, Va. – A sounding rocket is set to launch from Wallops Island Tuesday morning carrying experiments from several schools, including Virginia Tech. The 872 pound payload aboard a NASA two-stage Terrier-Improved Malemute suborbital... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
In Brief, Aug. 11, 2015CU-Boulder to host free lunch with chancellor in GJ on Thursday University of
In Brief, Aug. 11, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 17 days ago
CU-Boulder to host free lunch with chancellor in GJ on Thursday University of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano will host a complimentary lunch and program featuring Athletic Director Rick George on Thursday at the DoubleTree Hotel,... Read more
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International Business Times
Perseids 2015: This year's meteor shower to be especially impressive, scientists says This year's Perseid meteor shower is forecast to be "rather impressive", a plan
Perseids 2015: This year's meteor shower to be especially impressive, scientists says
International Business Times / Posted 18 days ago
This year's Perseid meteor shower is forecast to be "rather impressive", a planetary scientist has said. The annual shooting star display will peak between 11 and 14 August, with most meteors visible between midnight and dawn. The Perseids is one of... Read more
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