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New Mexico joining effort to rehabilitate historic theaters

New Mexico is joining other states to revitalize downtown districts in isolated, small towns by rehabilitating historic theaters
Published: 05/23/16

Scientists get money to study astronaut memory

Two University of Central Florida professors have been awarded $900,000 to study how astronauts' memory and attention spans change during long missions in space
Published: 05/23/16

Maine's forest products industry gets USDA grant to expand

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is giving the Maine Forest Service more than $380,000 to assist the state's wood products industry
Published: 05/23/16

12-year-old Sacramento student ready to start university

A 12-year-old Sacramento student who already has three college degrees and has been accepted to two University of California campuses says he plans on studying biomedical engineering and becoming a doctor and medical researcher by the time he turns 18.
Published: 05/22/16
New NYC buses have Wi-Fi but no tech to avoid those on foot

New NYC buses have Wi-Fi but no tech to avoid those on foot

New NYC buses have USB ports, free Wi-Fi but no technology to help drivers avoid hitting pedestrians
Published: 05/22/16

UW to host White House workshop on artificial intelligence

The University of Washington will be hosting the first of four White House workshops on artificial intelligence on Tuesday
Published: 05/22/16
The Latest: Solar-powered plane lands in Ohio

The Latest: Solar-powered plane lands in Ohio

A solar-powered airplane has landed in Dayton, Ohio, on the latest leg of its around-the-world journey
Published: 05/22/16
Solar-powered plane lands in Ohio after flight from Oklahoma

Solar-powered plane lands in Ohio after flight from Oklahoma

A solar-powered airplane that has been circling the globe since March 2015 has landed in Ohio
Published: 05/22/16
Experts say perfect security is elusive at all airports

Experts say perfect security is elusive at all airports

Security agents at Paris' main airport are trained to detect all manner of increasingly sophisticated devices that could doom a flight, including explosives in the form of paper or tiny electric detonators
Published: 05/21/16
NYC mentorship program puts startup staffers in schools

NYC mentorship program puts startup staffers in schools

A mentorship program sends engineers and designers into high-poverty public schools
Published: 05/21/16