Category Archives: Science

One sign that 2017 will be a bad year for Lyme disease

An explosion in the mice population across the northeastern United States is a worrying sign of a potentially similar-sized surge in cases of Lyme disease. But people obtain Lyme disease…

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A surge in strandings of dolphins, other marine mammals on Cape Cod

Dolphin strandings on Cape Cod in Massachusetts are unusually high this year, with a particularly significant increase in the number of females with calves getting beached, a marine-mammal rescue organization…

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A best-selling author reveals what it was like to get a flesh-eating disease while exploring a ‘lost city’ in the Honduran jungle

View gallery .(Former British Special Air Service soldiers prepare a helicopter carrying a team of scientists for liftoff from a secret location in the Mosquitia jungle.Dave Yoder / National Geographic)…

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Industrial Cadets awards set sights on providing the workforce of the future 

To many employers, all too often the idea of offering work experience is seen as difficult & likely to deliver little benefit either to the company or the young person they…

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American CuMo Purchases Additional Mining Claims for CuMo Project and Completes Additional Ore-Sorting Analysis

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / March 2, 2017 / American CuMo Mining Corporation (MLY.V) (OTC PINK: MLYCF) (“CuMoCo” or the “Company”) announces that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Idaho CuMo Mining Corporation…

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A top economist says Americans are not nearly as ambitious or innovative as they think

View photo . Americans often point to our role as the world’s leading innovator. There are plenty of realms in which this is true, whether we look at lists of…

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