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Methane, Soot Are Targets Of New U.S. Climate Initiative

The United States and five other nations are embarking on a new program to limit pollutants connected to global warming. […]

StateImpact: A Windy Path in Oklahoma for Turbines

The Sooner State could near the top for wind energy, but there aren’t the workers with the training to maintain turbines.

Scientists Debate How To Conduct Bird Flu Research

Scientists working with bird flu recently called a 60-day halt on some controversial experiments, and the unusual move has been […]

New Telescope To Make 10-Year Time Lapse Of Sky

Every 10 years, about two dozen of this country’s top astronomers and astrophysicists get together under the auspices of the […]

Why California Almonds Need North Dakota Flowers (And A Few Billion Bees)

This is one of those stories that reminds us that everything really is connected to everything else. Here’s the web […]

Why The Best Chocolate Is The One You Eat Last

It’s predictable, and hokey, to bring up chocolate and romance in one Valentine’s Day post, but hang on — this […]

Is That A Starfish On My Face?

The problem is we don’t see the problem. Because coral reefs sit below the water line, when they start to […]

Virtual Penguins A Prescription For Pain?

For troops injured in Iraq and Afghanistan, the deepest physical pain often comes much later — weeks, or even months, […]

Battling The Bottle: Students And Industry Face Off Over Water

Bottled water is trickling away from college campuses nationwide, thanks to the efforts of student activists and the non-profit groups […]

Deconstructing Dengue: How Old Is That Mosquito?

Scientists can spend years working on problems that at first may seem esoteric and rather pointless. For example, there’s a […]

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