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The "Bill Nye the Science Guy" star implored Winona State students and community members to take action on climate change by voting in next week's general election.
The Class of 1989 raised money to replace the periodic tables in SHS science classrooms. A Spartan sticker will mark element 111, which graduate Jon Schwantes helped name.
Even though wastewater surveillance is proving to be the most accurate and economical way to gauge COVID activity in communities across the country, funding for this type of tracking hasn’t been
From the column: "This comes with some risks. But insofar as companies should diversify their operations to hedge against these risks, they are large and profitable enough to not need government
From the column: "The law, signed by President Joe Biden after passing in both chambers of Congress with bipartisan support, has two motivating ideas."
The University of Minnesota is working on testing techniques as monkeypox continues to spread and polio appears in New York City wastewater.

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A discovery made in the lab sparked the creation of Anatomic Inc., which sells human stem cell-derived sensory neurons to pharmaceutical companies for the possible creation of new, nonaddictive
The $9 billion infrared telescope, built for NASA by aerospace giant Northrop Grumman Corp., is expected to revolutionize astronomy by allowing scientists to peer farther than before and with
The animatronic attraction's crew had less than two days to turn the DECC's Pioneer Hall into a prehistoric playground.

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