Science & Technology Archive

Polystyrene Foam Recycling is A Step in the Right Direction

By discussing a possible statewide Idaho foam ban, we would be asking business owners to spend significantly more money on replacement products

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Funding from Dart NeuroScience Helps Combat Effects of Strokes in the U.S.

Jeffrey Kleim of Arizona State University’s promising work in stroke rehab research has earned him a $200,000 yearly grant from leading medical research company, Dart NeuroScience (DNS), indirectly owned by Ken Dart http://kendart.weebly.com/

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Winter Wildlife Mating

It is essential to get rid of raccoons once you have early signs of their arrival, which can be anything from urination stains to chewed electrical wiring. If a raccoon seeks shelter in your home, other raccoons are likely to follow since raccoons like to live where other raccoons live or have lived before. With this being said, this is why it is important to nip it in the bud rather than have a whole family of raccoons living in your home-rent free

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Marzcorp Appoints New Contract Drilling Partner

Based in Charleston, West Virginia Cunningham Energy http://www.bbb.org/canton/business-reviews/oil-and-gas-exploration-and-development/cunningham-energy-llc-in-charleston-wv-92006228/ is a privately owned, oil production and exploration company.

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NASA’s Messenger Probe Ready for Final Tour of Mercury

Engineers expect the 120-second engine burn to give the craft an 80-kilometre lift that will keep it aloft until March. But before then, as Messenger swoops low over the planet, it will heat up so much that the solder holding some instruments together could melt.

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One of the Best Shales in North America: The Utica Shale

Big companies such as Chesapeake, Devon, and Anadarko drill from the shale. But so do smaller, independent drilling companies like Cunningham Energy

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Orion ‘Mars ship’ Launch Postponed

The capsule had been due to launch atop a Delta rocket on a short journey above the Earth to prove key technologies. Its maiden voyage was due to take place from Cape Canaveral in Florida between 12:05 GMT and 14:44 GMT. But the countdown was interrupted by a boat getting too close, by gusty winds and by troublesome propellant valves.

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America’s Now-Leading Role in Oil Production

For example, Cunningham Energy http://www.oilandgasawards.com/judge/cunningham-energy-ryan-e-m-cunningham-principal-and-operating-partner/, an energy producer from West Virginia, has thousands of acres of promised oil and gas production, keeping the methods of shallow drilling and fracking and discovery for years to come, as they will continue to find more promising basins

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How Neuroscience Discoveries Have Helped Society

Companies like Dart NeuroScience and the neuroscience pioneers have helped to produce a clearer understanding of the brain and nervous system. This has helped to improve health outcomes for patients with a wide range of ailments. For example, discoveries made in neuroscience have enabled scientists see the link between repeated drug use and changes in the brain and led to improved treatments for people struggling with addiction. Neuroscience has shown how long-term stress damages the brain and helped pharmaceutical companies produce more effective drugs to treat post-traumatic stress disorder

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Water on Earth is Older than the Sun

From TechTimes.com: Much of the life processes on Earth depend on the sun, so it comes as a surprise to many when new research findings suggest that some of the water in the Earth’s oceans is actually older than the solar system’s sun. The discovery could have implications on understanding how planetary systems form. For [&hellip

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