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How search for Osama bin Laden led to polio resurgence
Round 2: Health care law faces the Supreme Court again
Hallberg's Picture of Health: Don't delay vaccinations
Land Rover Turns Its Mini SUV Into a… Convertible
The Weird Quantum Behavior of Light, Captured in a Lab
Alibaba Is Now Competing on Amazon’s Home Turf in the Cloud
Science blogs select
What I Need In Order To Dig My Sites [Aardvarchaeology]
Guest Post: The Scent of a Handshake [The Weizmann Wave]
Cats hunt using sight more than smell [Life Lines]
Peer Review on Science Blogs
In the News
Professor Deborah Swackhamer Named Fellow of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Educators under fire for teaching climate science, visiting speaker finds
STEP alumnus Christopher Mitchell was featured in the Atlantic
Wilson On Green Energy Taxes
Touring agriculture abroad
"Fracking boom spurs environmental audit" Swackhamer in Nature
First Year MS-STEP Student Published in the Star Tribune
Swackhamer Makes the Business Case for Smart Water Usage
Swackhamer Featured on MPR Discussing Chemical Risk Management
The BBC asks "When will indestructible plastics finally degrade?"
Swackhmer Comments in Star Tribune on Zebra Mussels
Voting Online -- Should We?
Melting the Arctic: Causes and victims
Water study landed quietly, but helps shape debate
Commentary by Swackhamer: Standing up for water in the state's budget debate
Why I worry about China
Water Recomendations and People Now
"Energy Could Be a Key Area of Cooperation for the U.S. and China" -- Professor Wilson Featured in Time
"Experts urge Legislature to clean up MN waters"
Nanotech: A History Lesson
Freshwater interviews Swackhamer on sustainabillity framework
Putting Public Health First in Chemical Regulation Policy
Deborah Swackhamer: Minnesota's best idea -- a new roadmap for managing our water supply
Swackhamer Featured in Science: Go With The Flow
Nanotechnology takes hold in SE Minnesota
Do We Like Nano?
Study finds chemicals widespread in Minn. waters
"Prof dedicates career to environment"
Developing a Plan for Water Management
9 appointed to Clean Water Council
Is Minnesota water safe to drink?
Deborah Swackhamer elected president of D.C.-based National Institute of Water Resources
Kuzma Explains: "What is Nanotechnology?"
Human hormones, chemicals a bad mix
Professor Kuzma on Nanotechnology
Government must act against an intrusive Web
Scientists, policymakers to talk issues
Innovation 2008: U.S. losing race in science, R&D
IEEE-USA president encourages greater high-tech investment at Innovation 2008 Conference
Nobel winner: America is neglecting science
Prominent Minnesotans push for presidential debate on science
European Chemical Clampdown Reaches Across Atlantic
The bridge's 'smart technology'
Trains vs. laboratory equipment
Banana peels, orange rinds — an untapped energy source?
U of M researcher says algae is an answer to nation's energy needs
Polar Bear Is Made a Protected Species
Legislators discuss creation of low-carbon fuel bill
"What they’re working on today is relevant"
Our use of oil
House, 314-100, Passes Broad Energy Bill; Bush Plans to Sign It
Wanted on the Hill: A Few Good Scientists