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Google Sky Lets Users Map the Universe
Google sky will have astronomy buffs being able to explore as space camera Slooh teams up with Google.
October 18, 2010
Federal Grant to Aid Iowa Workers Hurt By Plant Closure
Thermo Fisher Scientific Company announced phased layoffs in Dec. 2009, which ended in Sept. 2010.
October 12, 2010
Social Networking Can Increase Feelings of Isolation, Students Say
One in seven college students say that social networking sites actually increases feelings of isolation.
October 11, 2010
Genetically Altered Trees Could Save Climate
Global warming may be eased through genetically altered plants and trees, according to recent research.
October 6, 2010
Kids Increasingly Choose Gadgets Over Reading, Survey Finds
Choice appears to be a significant factor in cultivating an appetite for reading.
October 5, 2010
Harvard Researchers Find Purest Air
For the first time, scientists have isolated pure air particles of nearly pre-industrial conditions.
October 1, 2010
Discovery Can Measure High Speed Behavior of a Single Atom
A new technique allows researchers to actually record, study, and visualize the magnetism of individual atoms.
September 28, 2010
Congress Saves Vermont Apple Harvest
Congress expedites permits for temporary foreign workers to assist state of Vermont with apple crops.
September 23, 2010
Horizontally Launched Aircraft Could Revolutionize Space Travel
Ways to push existing technologies for a new system of space travel are being examined at Kennedy Space ...
September 19, 2010
Solar-Powered Purifier Gives Clean Water for Disaster Relief
The Solar Container makes clean water available virtually anywhere and is designed to work in any environment.
September 15, 2010
Patient Criteria for Good Docs Fall Short, Study Says
Study shows a quality physician is hard to find.
September 14, 2010
IBM zEnterprise System Boasts World’s Fastest Microprocessor
IBM's new zEnterprise System microprocessor boasts a world record-breaking speed of 5.2 GHz.
September 6, 2010
Court Enforced EPA Action Aims to Restore Everglades
The U.S. EPA has given Florida specific measures to restore water quality to protect the Everglades.
September 6, 2010
Island Life Renews After Catastrophic Volcano Eruption in Alaska
Two years ago, Kasatochi, a once beautiful island, instantly became a wasteland when a volcano erupted destroying all ...
August 31, 2010
Seaswarm Robots Could Clean Gulf Oil Spill in a Month
Seaswarm, an autonomous, solar-powered skimmer, may be the answer to less expensive and more efficient methods for cleaning ...
August 30, 2010
Lab Simulates Hurricanes, Wildfires to Test Structural Designs
Category 3 hurricanes, hailstorms, and wildfires will soon be found inside a new research facility in South Carolina.
August 27, 2010
NASA Considers Pingpong Balls for Module Simulator
NASA researchers may incorporate 150,000 pingpong balls into the design of their next astronaut module simulator.
August 24, 2010
Coal Industry Drinks Up Massive Amounts of Water
The process of generating energy from coal requires a staggering amount of water, a recent report says.
August 22, 2010
Fungus Predicted to Destroy Regional Bat Population in 16 Years
A pervasive fungal infection could potentially wipe out a regional population of bats in eastern North America within ...
August 17, 2010
State Legislator Group Opposes FCC Internet Reclassification
The recent decision of the FCC to change the status of broadband Internet, caused a group of state ...
August 16, 2010
Talking Farm Says Something About Local Food
An organization just north of Chicago is working to improve lives through urban agriculture.
August 5, 2010
Discovery in Silk Technology Offers Solutions for Medicine and Electronics
Recent discoveries have shown that silk can offer innovative solutions in medicine and electronics.
August 3, 2010
Controlling Animal Behavior Through Heated Nanoparticles
Imagine the power to remotely control the behavior of another being.
July 26, 2010
Reducing CT Scan Radiation With Video Game Processors
Radiation exposure from medical imaging equipment could be reduced by a factor of 10 or more by using ...
July 18, 2010
EPA Proposal Targets Power Plant Pollution in 31 States
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recently proposed a plan to cut pollution said to impair air ...
July 14, 2010
GOP Filibuster Risks ‘Double-Dip Recession’
Unemployment benefits are still on hold for 1.3 million of the nation's 7 million jobless.
July 7, 2010
Ford Escape for the Blind Unveiled in 2011
The National Federation for the Blind, modified a Ford Escape that can be driven by a blind individual.
July 4, 2010
Republicans Gohmert, Clyde Sue Pelosi Over Metal Detector Fines
Hospital Workers Appeal Ruling That Dismissed Vaccine Mandate Lawsuit
Supreme Court Rejects Another Election Lawsuit; Targeted California’s Voting Process
Portland Rioter Sentenced to Five Years in Prison
Arizona Senate Audit Liaison Disputes Report Claiming Hundreds of Thousands Ballots Missing
Supreme Court Upholds Conviction of 2 Charlottesville Rioters
Pelosi Claims Manchin Could Ultimately Back Voting Reform Bill
Texas Newspaper Won’t Give Description of Suspect in Shooting Due to ‘Stereotypes’
Low-level Crack Offenders Are Not Covered Under First Step Act, Says Unanimous Supreme Court
NATO Toughens Stance on Chinese Regime, Says Beijing Presents ‘Systemic Challenge’
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