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Article ID: 19688

July 10 Tipsheets from NSF

National Science Foundation (NSF)

1- Armored Microbes Could Lead to New Biochips, 2- NSF Telescopes Featured on Postage Stamps, 3- NSF Funds the First Arctic Archival Observatory

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Article ID: 19685

Impact of National Seafood Safety Control Program

National Sea Grant College Program

Seventy-seven percent of the nearly 750 companies polled in a recent nationwide U.S. seafood industry survey said they would not have been able to develop a plan to comply with new U.S. Food and Drug Administration seafood processing safety regulations without the in-depth training courses conducted nationwide under the auspices of the National Sea Grant College Program and the National Seafood HACCP Alliance.

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Article ID: 19682

Extra Oxygen Improves Survival on Mount Everest, K2

University of Washington

Climbers who conquer the world's highest peak are about one-third as likely to die during descent if they use supplemental oxygen during the journey than if they rely only on the limited oxygen in thin mountain air, a University of Washington researcher has found.

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Article ID: 19680

Navajo Tribal Utility Authority Brings Solar Electricity to Remote Homes

Sandia National Laboratories

A new solar power initiative of the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority is bringing electricity to the homes of people living in remote areas of the reservation with support from the Department of Energyís Sandia National Laboratories.

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Article ID: 19670

Cosmic Light Pollution

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

A series of unmanned balloon flights will measure the subtle ultraviolet glow of the night sky.

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Article ID: 19664

Researchers Shake Things Up for Earthquakes

Kansas State University

Kansas State University researchers are working to build safer structures to save lives and limit damage caused by earthquakes like the one in Turkey.

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Article ID: 19661

Solar Wind Disturbance Arrives at Earth

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

The shock front from a July 7th coronal mass ejection has apparently reached Earth about a day earlier than expected.

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Article ID: 19660

Three Planets and a Coronal Mass Ejection

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Coronagraphs on board the orbiting ESA/NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory recorded a full halo coronal mass ejection on July 7th.

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Article ID: 19653

Movement of Herpes Simplex Virus in Nerve Cell

Marine Biological Laboratory

Using the Woods Hole squid as a research model, scientists have observed how the Herpes simplex virus moves from a nerve ending to a cell body within a living nerve cell (Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 7-5-00).

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Article ID: 19648

Some Comets Like it Hot

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Amateur astronomers are discovering pieces of a giant comet that broke apart in antiquity as the fragments zoom perilously close to the Sun.

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