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Reuters* Seas to rise 16.5 to 69 cm with moderate warming-ice2sea * Melt of Greenland, Antarctica less severe than expected By Environment Correspondent Alister Doyle OSLO, May 14 (Reuters) - A melt of ice on Greenland and Antarctica is likely to be less...
The Bangkok PostGiven the baht's volatility, Thailand should cautiously manage the influx of foreign capital by taking into account Japan's aggressive monetary policy, says Jurgen Koppelin, a member of the German parliament. He said printing money is not an ideal...
Change of SubjectFriday's print column One can make a case that nonprofit organizations should get free water from the city. Not a good case, mind you, but a case: It says that these institutions are often strapped for cash, so in order......
The Baltimore Sun is launching several new features that will augment our regional coverage and appear online and in Sunday print editions. New medical/science coverage will highlight research being done in Baltimore, news on critical health and...
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Thanks to a $374,000 taxpayer-funded grant, we now know that inhaling lemon and lavender scents doesn't do a lot for our ability to heal a wound. With $666,000 in federal research money, scientists examined whether distant prayer could heal AIDS. It could...
RENO, Nev. (AP) - A panel of experts chosen to spend two years generating the definitive study on wild horse management in the West is kicking up controversy before it even gets out of the chute. Mustang protection advocates contend the committee...
Change of SubjectFriday's print column, below, is a revised and extended version of a blog posting yesterday Ald. Ed Burke, 14th, made a splash, so to speak, Wednesday when he called for allowing religious schools and houses of worship to continue getting......
Study: Overfertilizing corn undermines ethanol Rice University researchers find feeding crops too heavily bad for biofuel, environmentHOUSTON -- Rice University scientists and their colleagues have found that when growing corn crops for ethanol, more means less. A paper in the online edition of the American Chemical Society's journal Environmental Science and Technology shows how...
GreenspaceInterior Secretary Ken Salazar on Sunday dispatched the head of the National Park Service, Jon Jarvis, to Mobile, Ala., and the acting head of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Rowan Gould, to Houma, La., to help with recovery efforts......
Ronald Bracewell, the Stanford University polymath who developed mathematical techniques for producing images with radiotelescopes that are now widely used in CT and MRI imaging for medicine, died of a heart attack at his home on campus July 12. He was...
With Charm And Money, The Scientific Elite Join The Battle. The Uconn Embryologist Vies With His Own Mortality.The Hartford CourantDressed in a dark wool coat that protects him against the bitter November wind of the North China plain, Xiangzhong ``Jerry'' Yang looks down at his grave site as television cameras record the moment. The right half of his face, the half not disfigured...
Wood Pond PressNew England's best-known, most popular oceanfront resort area is Cape Cod, an expansive sandbar that stretches out like an arm with a clenched fist into the Atlantic. Cape Cod is multi-faceted, holding attractions for visitors with varying interests....
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