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Fake news sites became a viral phenomenon in 2016, but did they sway the election? NBC News talked to a professor who co-authored a major... [Read More]
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Vast study of marine life confirms century-old Cope's Rule: Organisms get larger. [Read More]
Larson Design Group will soon be starting work on the engineering study, design and bid documents for seven county bridge replacements as part of an... [Read More]
Approximately 10,000 baby boomers reach retirement age each day, according to a Pew Research Center study. That means many individuals are likely beginning their first... [Read More]
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Professors from Purdue University designed the frightening tot to study how infants are exposed to bacteria as they crawl across the ground... [Read More]
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In terms of gender divide, Indian men are more active than women, the report stated, adding that men are more persistent, working out for an... [Read More]
Among the many innovations happening in biomedical research today, one of the most exciting is our ability to study "organs-in-a-dish". Called organoids, these three-dimensional structures... [Read More]
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Filling up the workspace with plants could help combat sick days and reduce stress levels, a new study has discovered, as reported in The Independent.Illness... [Read More]
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With the study about the impact of a 'hard Brexit' on the Scottish economy yet to be published, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has reportedly... [Read More]
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Frank Delano Aiken is a quick study of tough individualism tempered by a unique love for duty and country. Aiken is his own man, driven... [Read More]
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Limited term Department of Natural Resources employees need to be incredibly good deer hunters, so good in fact that they capture and disable a deer... [Read More]
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The New Philadelphia Science Club is back with another science question in The Times-Reporter. [Read More]
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The issue, like marijuana legalization, does not break along party lines. [Read More]
The northern spotted owl has had many adversaries.Three decades ago, it was loggers, whose forays into the remote forests of the Pacific Northwest threatened the... [Read More]
The northern spotted owl has had many adversaries.Three decades ago, it was loggers, whose forays into the remote forests of the Pacific Northwest threatened the... [Read More]
Sixteen undergraduate students from the Lander University art department have been working on a group exhibition with works from their 2017 summer study tour in... [Read More]
Can blueberries help treat cancer? A new study indicates the answer is "yes." Faith Lapidus has details. [Read More]
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A new study of racial inequity in Alachua County confirmed what most residents already knew — that there are major disparities between the black and... [Read More]
With all due respect, Mr. McPherson of the Montana Farm Bureau Federation has things backwards. Yes, Congress has languished too long in waffling about decisions... [Read More]
In the age of oversharing online, it seems that searching for a job is one of the last topics that anyone wants to share. The... [Read More]
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