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KQED
4/22/2017

Speaking of Science, How About Solving Our Biggest Problems With Data?
Many scientists — and members of the science-interested public — will be taking to the streets Saturday. The March for Science is a vote for policies based on scientific evidence. While organizers are careful to keep the event nonpartisa
Ecointerests
4/22/2017

Air pollution, our new public health scandal, and what the Government could do to tackle it
Independent: Air pollution's impact on people's lives is huge: a recent study concluded that its impact on wellbeing is similar to the loss

Project ID: WP-1584 Project Title: Mechanical Chevrons and Fluidics for Advanced Military Aircraft Noise Reduction Principal Investigator: Dr. Kazhikathra Kailasanath Organization: Naval Research Laboratory

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–GEICO takes the effects of hail damage very seriously and offers five reminders to help you be prepared for the next hail storm. This could be almost anytime. There is no confined hail season, but spring activi

John Mayer performs to a sold-out audience at the Forum in Inglewood on Friday evening, April 21, 2017. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)John Mayer performs at the Forum in Inglewood on Friday night, April 21, 2017. (Photo by Drew
AlertNet
4/22/2017

We must fight for science, and for our right to understand why the world is the way it is. When proteins fold, they have protector proteins called “chaperonins,” which form a matryoshka around them, a little doll husk. Chaperonins guide proteins to

Project ID: WP-201117 Project Title: Improved Military Noise Monitoring System Principal Investigator: Mr. Edward Nykaza Organization: U.S. Army ERDC/CERL

Project ID: WP-1546 Project Title: Investigation of Community Attitudes Towards Military Blast Noise Principal Investigator: Mr. Edward Nykaza Organization: U.S. Army ERDC/CERL
EcoInternet
4/22/2017

BBC: Labour says it would introduce legislation to tackle the "public health emergency" if in power
EcoInternet
4/22/2017

40 million Britons ‘living in areas with illegal air pollution levels’
Independent: Almost two thirds of Britons are living in areas with illegal levels of air pollution, new analysis has revealed. Nearly 40 million



Professor in India Has Planted 2,500 Trees to Improve Air Quality on College Campuses

Professor in India Has Planted 2,500 Trees to


Trump’s EPA is seeking a 24/7 security detail for its new leader

Trump’s EPA is seeking a 24/7 security detail for


These 3D-printed off-grid tiny houses can withstand hurricanes and earthquakes

These 3D-printed off-grid tiny houses can


Long-Lived Species Enhance Summertime Attribution of North American Ozone to Upwind Sources

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Earth Friendly Products Celebrates 50 Years

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