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The New York Times: The EpiPen, a Case Study in Health Care System Dysfunction. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwtZa4pC0
It’s a simple, lifesaving medication — yet hurdles to market entry allow a company that makes it to keep raising the price.
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Being outside the box is how you grow, learn, and innovate.
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Glad I don't use this app...
Oh dear. SwiftKey – the Android and iOS virtual keyboard bought by Microsoft earlier this year for a cool $250 million – has suspended a key component of the app after it was found to be leaking other users’ private data. According to The Telegraph, multiple SwiftKey users have found other people’s phone numbers and email addresses in their suggestions. One …
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Definitely worth all of the 3 mins and 50 secs to listen and watch..
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Apparently this is a new tactic...
A nasty change to the way Microsoft's "Get Windows 10" pop-up behaves seems designed to trick users into upgrading.
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More solar in our region...
Dominion Virginia Power plans to add more solar power to its generation portfolio, as the utility has partnered with SunEnergy1 to build a 20 MW solar farm in Chesapeake, Va. North Carolina-based SunEnergy1 will lease a 250-acre site located off Ballahack Road and U.S. Highway 17 and install ...
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Things are looking good for renewable energy in 2016 and beyond!
A new report says 2015 was a record year for clean energy investment worldwide.
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New Solar Device Removes Carbon Dioxide From the Atmosphere. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw25T0zyw
If the experimental technology can be commercialized, it can become an important tool for reducing the impact of climate change.
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This is awesome. Next question, when will it be commercially available!?
Engineers at the University of Chicago have created a new kind of solar cell that efficiently converts atmospheric carbon dioxide into usable hydrocarbon fuel—and it does so using only sunlight for energy.
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These photos are beautiful, surreal, and breath-taking...
Sometimes planet Earth doesn't look so familiar.
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"Keep going till the wheels fall off"
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For U.S. pilots, the real war on Islamic State is a far cry from "Top Gun"
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These Virginia Beach-based Super Hornet pilots – the elite of the elite, trained to routinely land on moving aircraft carriers and to refuel

Daughters make film to tell Japanese war brides' stories
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Emiko Kasmauski, now an 81-year-old Norfolk resident, was among tens of thousands of Japanese women who married American service members and

Japan scientists develop micro-fine adhesive sensors
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Scientists in Japan have developed a sticky sheet of tiny sensors that can be put directly on moving joints, beating hearts or other living