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2 hrs ago | Manufacturing.net
Under the right scenario, exporting U.S. coal to power plants in South Korea could lead to a 21 percent drop in greenhouse gas emissions compared to burning the fossil fuel at plants in the United States, according to a new Duke University-led study.
4 hrs ago | Freshnews
Clintrax Global, Inc., a worldwide provider of clinical research services located in Raleigh, NC, recently announced the addition of Bradford Evans as Vice President of Administration.
8 hrs ago | The Washington Post
In 1968, an article in Kappan magazine titled "The Need for Replication in Education Research" by education Professor Robert H. Bauernfeind said: The principle of replication is the cornerstone of scientific inquiry.
The rate at which Alamance County deputies stopped Hispanics at checkpoints isn't significant compared to data from agencies in a number of nearby counties - and is even lower than in some of those locations, according to an expert witness.
More than a billion people were amazed this summer when a 29-year-old paraplegic man from Brazil raised his right leg and kicked a soccer ball to ceremonially begin the World Cup.
Islamic extremists may have set back their "cause" with the beheading of American journalist Jim Foley.
Imagine being able to use your finger nail polish as a diagnostic to determine if there's a roofie in your drink.
The national News21 Initiative brings together a select group of student journalists to produce a major national investigation into a topic of wide interest.
Ann Majestic was elected to the National School Boards Association Council of School Attorneys Board of Directors in 1991, and served as the Chair from spring of 1998 to spring of 1999.
Baby Lawrence, now 16 months old, was ready to go early Tuesday. He'd been in a bed at Children's Hospital and Medical Center for 10 months.
Statewide job loss increases suicide-related behaviors among adolescent females and non-Hispanic blacks, according to a study published online Aug. 14 in the American Journal of Public Health .
Duke sophomores Laura Rosas, 19, and Jake Grusd, 18, greet first-year students moving onto East Campus residence halls on Tuesday, August 19, 2014.
Former North Carolina Poet Laureate Fred Chappell will read from his newest book, "Familiars: Poems," at 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 24, at Blue Ridge Books, located at 152 S. Main St., Waynesville.
FIRST BASE: Henri Gavin, an associate professor at Duke University in the United States, inspects the rubber base isolators in the basement of Christchurch Women's Hospital.
Blue Ridge Books will host Canton native, Fred Chappell on Sunday, August 24. Fred Chappell will read from his new book of poetry, Familiars on Sunday afternoon at 3:00 pm.
Can airplane-cabin air kill? The question has nagged at airplane manufacturers, crew and passengers ever since the jet age shut us into pressurized metal tubes.
Duke University research indicates that under the right scenario, shipping U.S. coal to South Korea could lead to a significant reduction in carbon emissions.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 08:40 am
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