Ετικέτα: Environment

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LADEE Launches From NASA Wallops- The Large Image of the Day

LADEE Launches From NASA Wallops- The Large Image of the Day News  from NASA (Ακολουθεί Ελληνική Μετάφραση) A Minotaur V rocket carrying NASA’s Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) lifts off from at...

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Genomic and computational tools provide window to distant past

  Genomic and computational tools provide window to distant past   Researcher studies gene differences in humans and other species to better understand timeline of genetic changes   Written by Marlene Cimons, National Science...

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Los Alamos Research and Leadership Prizes Awarded -Garzon, Batista and Beyerlein noted for exemplary research

Los Alamos Research and Leadership Prizes Awarded -Garzon, Batista and Beyerlein noted for exemplary research News from Los Alamos National Laboratory LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO, November 20, 2012—Commendations for exemplary scientific research and leadership...

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VETERAN JOURNALIST LOVEJOY WINS FIRST ANTHONY SHADID ETHICS AWARD

VETERAN JOURNALIST LOVEJOY WINS FIRST ANTHONY SHADID ETHICS AWARD  News from University of Wisconsin-Madison  (UW- Madison News) MADISON – The Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will honor veteran newsman Steve...

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ESA’s summer school to prepare students for Europe’s new navigation age

ESA’s summer school to prepare students for Europe’s new navigation age News from ESA   (Image: The final constellation of Europe’s Galileo satellite navigation system will consist of 30 satellites Credits: ESA-J. Huart)  This...

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Colorado State University Student Recreation Center Wins National Award, Achieves LEED Gold Status

Colorado State University Student Recreation Center Wins National Award, Achieves LEED Gold Status  News from Colorado State University    FORT COLLINS – The National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association has recognized Colorado State University’s Student Recreation...

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New system allows robots to continuously map their environment!

New system allows robots to continuously map their environment  Algorithm to build 3-D maps requires a low-cost camera, no human input.  Written by Helen Knight, MIT News correspondent,  “Reprinted with permission of MIT News”,  Website:/http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/...