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Logan Library

In the heart of Cache Valley is the Logan Library. Like almost every library, the Logan Library has every curious child’s dream- books, movies and sometimes even video games. 247 more words

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Bacteria behave differently on International Space Station

Understanding the behavior of bacteria in space is important for protecting astronauts on long spaceflights, and previous research has shown that bacteria behave differently in the microgravity environment of space. 282 more words

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New 3D Printers with New Materials

As time goes, development of the technology in this world coincides. One of the examples of world’s development is 3D printing skill. 3D printers make us to print out not only papers, which are 2 dimensional, but also print out some 3 dimensional objects using computer. 354 more words

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'Science, Religion, Creation: Finding the Centre of Gravity,' an Adventures in Faith event in Edinburgh, Nov. 10th, at Old St. Paul's

Here’s another one of those religion-and-science discussions, that a lot of us really like, and that I think desperately need doing.  It’s at Old St. Paul’s, Edinburgh, on November 10, from 7:30 to 9:00.  173 more words

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Beyond the Cell - Centre for Proteome Research Science Club @VictoriaGallery

Guest post by Victoria Harman, Centre for Proteome Research

Five members of the Centre for Proteome Research ran the first of six science club sessions hosted at the… 200 more words

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Genes Linked to High Blood Pressure risk

These days, many scientists have been working on research to find more effective treatment for high blood pressure.

Especially, a team from the University of Leicester, working with colleges from the Queen Mary University of London and the University of Cambridge, have found ‘31 gene areas’ which seems to related to blood pressure. 289 more words

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Fun with Skittles!

This week I started an after school Science club with my colleague (and fantastic friend!) Last year we ran it in a lunch time, but there just wasn’t enough time. 209 more words

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