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What Really Killed the Aztecs and It Wasn’t What You Think (Video)

by N.Morgan

The mystery that has surrounded the end of the Aztec civilization may have finally been solved.

It has been 500 years since the Aztec Empire fell during the  314 more words

Science And Technology

Town of Hempstead announces updates for Hydrogen Station

By Nick Zararis and Jennifer Cooper

The bidding phase for a revamp to the town of Hempstead’s hydrogen fueling station began after the announcement on February 12th that it would be seeking proposals and consulting firms to evaluate the town’s sustainability as part of the revamping of its hydrogen fueling station. 490 more words

Electric Cars

Max and Minnie Tomerlin Voelcker Fund propels stem cell research at UTSA


The Voelcker Fund has supported innovative research to several UTSA faculty members, including Stanton McHardy, seen here at the Center for Innovative Drug Discovery.
http://www.utsa.edu/today/2018/02/story/VoelckerFund.html

Regenerative Medicine

Japanese firms push into cell therapy


The need for cell therapies is growing as people live longer in Japan and other developed countries. Credit: Jean-François Tremblay/C&EN
https://cen.acs.org/articles/96/i8/Japanese-firms-push-cell-therapy.html

Regenerative Medicine