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CaptivaSanibel.com
Adult workshop series at Sanibel Sea School to spotlight rivers, connectionsWhile the Sanibel Sea School designs most of its programs for youths, it is off
CaptivaSanibel.com / Posted 2 days ago
While the Sanibel Sea School designs most of its programs for youths, it is offering a continuing education workshop for adults in February focused on exploring rivers and their connections. Formatted as a four-week lecture-based course, "Rivers:... Read more
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The Prairie
Speaker Encourages Authentic Leadership at Summit There are several types of leadership styles one may follow. James T. Robilot
The Prairie / Posted 4 days ago
There are several types of leadership styles one may follow. James T. Robilotta, however, does not ascribe to the ones that are the most usual. Instead, he leads through authentic... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Love is in the lab? UNC professors share stories of working alongside spousesBiology professors Kerry Bloom and Elaine Yeh met at UC-Santa Barbra. They came
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 5 days ago
Biology professors Kerry Bloom and Elaine Yeh met at UC-Santa Barbra. They came to Chapel Hill 35 years ago. Photo courtesy of Yeh and Bloom. Biology professors Kerry Bloom and Elaine Yeh met and have spent most of their lives in the world of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Look out for the alien-like sea creatures spotted in Wollongong HarbourDaniel Roach and Matthew Hobson, of Helensburgh, inspect their grisly find, a l
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
Daniel Roach and Matthew Hobson, of Helensburgh, inspect their grisly find, a large stingray which appears to have been killed by a shark. The men found the stingray 50m out from Bulli's rock pool in 2009 and said they had never found anything like... Read more
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Surfers Village
Taylor Jensen and Tully White win James Bros Classicas the tide ran out throughout the day. The one day World Surf League Longboard
Surfers Village / Posted 6 days ago
as the tide ran out throughout the day. The one day World Surf League Longboard Qualifying Series 1000 event, held as part of the 2018 Surfest, saw 24 male and 8 female surfers vying for the honour of claiming the inaugural James Bros... Read more
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World Surf League
Taylor Jensen and Tully White win the James Bros Longboard Classicconditions as the tide ran out throughout the day. The one day WSL Longboard Q
World Surf League / Posted 6 days ago
conditions as the tide ran out throughout the day. The one day WSL Longboard Qualifying Series 1000 event, held as part of the 2018 Surfest, saw 24 male and 8 female surfers vying for the honour of claiming the inaugural James Bros... Read more
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The Post-Standard
Le Moyne College professor heads to Antarctica for all-female leadership summitLe Moyne College associate biology professor Hilary McManus will leave the clas
The Post-Standard / Posted 6 days ago
Le Moyne College associate biology professor Hilary McManus will leave the classroom Tuesday and travel to where few others dare to go. McManus, along with a fleet of 79 other female scientists, will travel to Antarctica as a part of Homeward Bound,... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
Niceville quartet etches future on National Signing Daythe pinnacle for every high school student-athlete, four Niceville coaches step
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
the pinnacle for every high school student-athlete, four Niceville coaches stepped to the auditorium stage with a message of reverence. NICEVILLE – On National Signing Day, the pinnacle for every high school student-athlete, four Niceville... Read more
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The Shelby County Reporter
Oak Mountain has 7 student-athletes sign scholarshipsJulia Pack, Anya Hunter, Jordan Davis, Carson Bobo and Connor Wilson all got to
The Shelby County Reporter / Posted 11 days ago
Julia Pack, Anya Hunter, Jordan Davis, Carson Bobo and Connor Wilson all got to live out a dream as they sat in front of their peers, friends and family to sign scholarships to attend major universities on scholarships Ali, Whitaker, Pack and... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
Going places: Niceville quartet etches future on National Signing Daythe pinnacle for every high school student-athlete, four Niceville coaches step
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
the pinnacle for every high school student-athlete, four Niceville coaches stepped to the auditorium stage with a message of reverence. For future Wake Forest forward Ashley Frank, Michael Denton’s message of praise focused on “relentless.” For... Read more
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NZCity
NIWA to study Antarctic whale pooHow whale poo affects the Antarctic eco-system is set to be one of many scienti
NZCity / Posted 11 days ago
How whale poo affects the Antarctic eco-system is set to be one of many scientific studies a NIWA-led expedition hopes to undertake in the world's largest marine reserve. The multidisciplinary science expedition is set to leave New Zealand on... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Public invited to Speight zoology talk at GunneryThe Gunnery in Washington will present a program with Martin Speight, D.Phil, e
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 15 days ago
The Gunnery in Washington will present a program with Martin Speight, D.Phil, emeritus professor in zoology at the University of Oxford, England, Feb. 7 at 7 p.m. The program will be held in the Ogden D. Miller Memorial Athletic Center, lower gym,... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Dancers from popular Apple ad teaching class at USMA pair of professional dancers that were featured in a popular Apple commercial
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 16 days ago
A pair of professional dancers that were featured in a popular Apple commercial this past holiday season are teaching a master class in dance at the University of Southern Mississippi this week. Southern Miss alumnus Christopher Grant and his wife,... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Canal Dock Boathouse Rises, WowsThe new Canal Dock Boathouse is getting closer to the finish line, and it is a
New Haven Independent / Posted 16 days ago
The new Canal Dock Boathouse is getting closer to the finish line, and it is a thing of beauty. I got to join a sneak preview of the waterfront gem on Thursday afternoon. I’d show you what I saw, but they allowed no photos. But I can tell you about... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Warmer weather is turning turtles on this South Florida beach femaleThanks to warmer temperatures, nearly all of the baby sea turtles hatching on a
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 17 days ago
Thanks to warmer temperatures, nearly all of the baby sea turtles hatching on a South Florida beach are turning out female. The dominance of the female reptiles on Boca Raton’s beaches appears to be the result of global warming, according to a... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Mae Jemison student named Alabama JROTC cadet of the yearA big accomplishment for a student at Mae Jemison High School. She's been named
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 18 days ago
A big accomplishment for a student at Mae Jemison High School. She's been named Alabama's JROTC Outstanding Cadet of the Year. Ayiana McDow, a junior, received the award from the Sons of the American Revolution. She won the Tennessee Valley award... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Mae Jemison student named Alabama JROTC cadet of the yearA big accomplishment for a student at Mae Jemison High School. She's been named
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 18 days ago
A big accomplishment for a student at Mae Jemison High School. She's been named Alabama's JROTC Outstanding Cadet of the Year. Ayiana McDow, a junior, received the award from the Sons of the American Revolution. She won the Tennessee Valley award... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Profile: Gable Shaddock grapples in the shadowsafternoon. (Robert Layman / Staff Photo) The shadow. There is always the shado
Rutland Herald / Posted 18 days ago
afternoon. (Robert Layman / Staff Photo) The shadow. There is always the shadow. Every athlete following in the footsteps of an extremely talented parent or older sibling knows about the shadow. Fair Haven senior wrestler Gable Shaddock is... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Jemison student named Alabama JROTC cadet of the yearA big accomplishment for a student at Mae Jemison High School- she's been named
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 18 days ago
A big accomplishment for a student at Mae Jemison High School- she's been named Alabama's JROTC Outstanding Cadet of the Year! Ayiana McDow, a junior, received the award from the Sons of the American Revolution. She won the Tennessee Valley award... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Jemison student named Alabama JROTC cadet of the yearA big accomplishment for a student at Mae Jemison High School- she's been named
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 18 days ago
A big accomplishment for a student at Mae Jemison High School- she's been named Alabama's JROTC Outstanding Cadet of the Year! Ayiana McDow, a junior, received the award from the Sons of the American Revolution. She won the Tennessee Valley award... Read more
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The Oakdale Leader
MJC Spring Science Series Features FishBio Programin the Science Community Center, Room 115 on the MJC West Campus, 2201 Blue Gum
The Oakdale Leader / Posted 18 days ago
in the Science Community Center, Room 115 on the MJC West Campus, 2201 Blue Gum Avenue, Modesto. The Colloquium series offers one hour discussions on timely science-related topics, and is free and open to the public. There is a $2 charge for... Read more
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CBC.ca
Scientists teach killer whale to mimic human words like 'hello'recorded the female orca mimicking words including "hello" and "one two three."
CBC.ca / Posted 18 days ago
recorded the female orca mimicking words including "hello" and "one two three." Wikie, a 14-year-old captive-born orca at Marineland Aquarium, in Antibes, France, imitated the words well enough, some of the time, that they were recognized by six... Read more
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Island Packet
He is credited for saving Lowcountry seafood. And he just won Hilton Head’s top awardmost prestigious honor — the Alice Glenn Doughtie Good Citizenship Award — duri
Island Packet / Posted 21 days ago
most prestigious honor — the Alice Glenn Doughtie Good Citizenship Award — during the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce ball Saturday night. Stokes has worked to keep waterways pristine and stocked with a diversity of sea life while... Read more
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The Middletown Press
11 billion tons of plastic are spreading disease across the world's coral reefsCoral reefs are under assault by a growing threat: tons of floating plastic dum
The Middletown Press / Posted 22 days ago
Coral reefs are under assault by a growing threat: tons of floating plastic dumped into oceans by humans. It gets caught on reef branches, cutting corals and opening abrasions that expose them to disease. A new study of more than 100,000... Read more
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The Columbian
11B plastic items spreading disease across coral reefsCoral reefs are under assault by a growing threat: tons of floating plastic dum
The Columbian / Posted 22 days ago
Coral reefs are under assault by a growing threat: tons of floating plastic dumped into oceans by humans. It gets caught on reef branches, cutting corals and opening abrasions that expose them to disease. A new study of more than 100,000... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
11 billion tons of plastic are spreading disease across the world's coral reefsCoral reefs are under assault by a growing threat: tons of floating plastic dum
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
Coral reefs are under assault by a growing threat: tons of floating plastic dumped into oceans by humans. It gets caught on reef branches, cutting corals and opening abrasions that expose them to disease. A new study of more than 100,000... Read more
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The Prairie
WTAMU Distinguished Lecture Series Guest Spotlights Authentic LeadershipSpotlights Authentic Leadership Contact: Missy Macon For Immediate Release: J
The Prairie / Posted 24 days ago
Spotlights Authentic Leadership Contact: Missy Macon For Immediate Release: January 19, 2018 Canyon, Texas—Author, professional speaker, personal coach and entrepreneur James Robilotta will speak as part of Rogers LEAD WT’s annual... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
Nicholls professor awarded $533K grant to study Deepwater Horizon oil spill's impact on wetlandsA Nicholls State University professor and his research team have been awarded o
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 26 days ago
A Nicholls State University professor and his research team have been awarded over $533,000 to study the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill’s long-term impacts on wetlands. The Gulf of Mexico Research Imitative awarded the money to professor Dr. Sean... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
Nicholls professor awarded $533M grant to study Deepwater Horizon oil spill's impact on wetlandsA Nicholls State University professor and his research team have been awarded o
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 26 days ago
A Nicholls State University professor and his research team have been awarded over $533,000 to study the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill’s long-term impacts on wetlands. The Gulf of Mexico Research Imitative awarded the money to professor Dr. Sean... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Rick Scott’s picks for wildlife commission have no wildlife expertiseGov. Rick Scott is remaking the state Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
Gov. Rick Scott is remaking the state Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission with a series of appointments who appear to have no expertise in managing wildlife. His most recent pick, Gary Lester, is vice president of community relations at The... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scapa Flow microplastic waste matches levels in industrial waterwaysThe results showed that microplastics -- tiny fragments of plastic from things
heraldscotland / Posted a month ago
The results showed that microplastics -- tiny fragments of plastic from things like bags and clothing -- were present in all of the 13 samples. Conservationists said that the find was "deeply concerning" and showed that it was vital to build on... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Plenty mourn uni legend joeONE of the founding staff members of Townsville’s first university is being rem
Geelong Advertiser / Posted a month ago
ONE of the founding staff members of Townsville’s first university is being remembered as a wonderful man with an unwavering passion for sport and science following his sudden death. Professor Joe Baker AO, OBE died aged 85 in Canberra on Tuesday... Read more

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