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Read how trained K9s initiate a specific technique to help people cope with mental health issues.

On this past 2 August, a commemorative ceremony took place in the concentration camp of Dachau, Germany, to honor the ten Carmelites buried there, among whom were Titus Brandsma and Hilary Januszewski, beatified in 1985 and 1999 respectively. This ceremony …

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The perfect healthy on-the-go breakfast- load with as many vegetables as you like! These Scrambled Egg Breakfast Muffins are a MUST HAVE!

The geographic Mount Carmel that we take our Carmelite name from is a mountain range along the Mediterranean in Israel. It is a green oasis surrounded by desert; hence, its name “Carmel, which means “the Garden of God” in Hebrew. …

New research shows that the energy demands of driverless computing draw less power from the vehicle than expected. Other factors such as efficiency improvements, flexibility for fleet operators, and the advantages of the electric drivetrain mean that power demand is a nuisance, but far from a dealbreaker, for an electrified autonomous future.

Construction is set to begin this summer on a 52.8-mile stretch of road that will extend the Grand Parkway from Hwy. 59 in New Caney to Hwy. 146 in Baytown, which will improve mobility in the area, according to officials.

We are offering a modal analysis training course that will focus on training for use of ME’scopeTM modal analysis and operating deflection shape (ODS) animation software. The course will be offered in Houston and will focus on attendees using current software as part of the course to gain proficiency with the tools. Additional instructors will join Ray Kelm in the class for the last two days to maximize the student experience and learning
Ray Kelm, P.E is owner and Chief Engineer of Kelm…

An Argonne researcher is collaborating with a user of the laboratory’s Center for Nanoscale Materials to study what makes silicon solar cells degrade. The answers may help lead to more durable solar cells and more affordable solar power.

More than 30 artists entered our 30th anniversary art contest and 17 finalists have been chosen. Their artwork is on display in our second floor art gallery, and the exhibit will run through the end of August
Prizes for first, second, and third place will be awarded at a public reception on Sunday, Aug. 26, 3:30-4:30 p.m. The community is invited to attend, and refreshments will be served.
In addition, art historian Jeff Mishur will offer an introduction to art appreciation before the…

Recognizing the growing need for trained personnel throughout the pump industries and in the end-user community, the Hydraulic Institute, through its educational subsidiary, Pump Systems Matter® (PSM) has created an Authorized Training Partner (ATP) program. The ATP Program will help...

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The geographic Mount Carmel that we take our Carmelite name from is a mountain range along the Mediterranean in Israel. It is a green oasis surrounded by desert; hence, its name “Carmel, which means “the Garden of God” in Hebrew. …

With classes starting up just two weeks from now, the University of Tennessee is trying to finish several construction projects before the students get back.

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UChicago, Field Museum scientists find evidence of energetic particles from early sun
Our sun’s beginnings are a mystery. It burst into being 4.6 billion years ago, about 50 million years before the Earth formed. Since the sun is older than the Earth, it’s hard to find physical objects that were around in the sun’s earliest days that bear chemical records. But in a new study in Nature Astronomy by scientists with the University of Chicago, the Field Museum and ETH Zurich, ancient blue…

Construction will begin next month to add a pair of toll lanes to the Interstate 25 “Gap” from Monument to Castle Rock, state transportation officials said Monday.

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Each July, members of the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) head to the sacred grounds of Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia for NALP’s Renewal & Remembrance event. Hu…

Research has implications for future technologies like joint replacements or anti-fogging surfaces
A type of molecular surface thought to be extremely slippery may not stay that way under all conditions, according to new UChicago and Argonne research in Science
The study by scientists from the Institute for Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory may have implications for those trying to tap…

Extraordinary discovery from Victoria, Australia, deemed museum-quality specimenDALLAS, Texas (Aug. 6, 2018) – An enormous, 40-ounce gold nugget, nicknamed “Lightning Bolt” for its jolting,...

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Joe goes over the visual clues used to identify a 1959-60 Corvette Hardtop!