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  • Weekend Meteorologist/Weather Producer

    WTIC/WCCT - TV POSITION DESCRIPTION POSITION: Weekend Meteorologist/Weather Producer DATE: 2/21/11 DEPARTMENT: News REPORTS TO: News Director ROLE: Analyze data, prepare weather graphics and present weathercast RESPONSIBILITIES - Present...
  • Getting To The Science Center

    Getting To The Science Center
  • New England editorial roundup

    The Concord (N.H.) Monitor, Jan. 27, 2015 Whether she knows it or not, Sarah Palin penned her own political obituary during the Iowa Freedom Summit in Des Moines on Jan. 24. For 35 minutes, the former Alaska governor and 2008 vice presidential candidate...
  • How to overcome distraction, seize the 'meta-moment' and do the right thing

    How to overcome distraction, seize the 'meta-moment' and do the right thing
    Benjamin Franklin was in his early 20s when he embarked on what he called his “bold and arduous project of arriving at moral perfection.” He set out 13 virtues including order, industry, sincerity and humility, and made a chart in which he...
  • Manot Cave skull suggests link between Neanderthals and modern humans

    Manot Cave skull suggests link between Neanderthals and modern humans
    It was sealed off from humanity for 30,000 years before sewer workers accidentally shattered its vaulted ceiling, allowing Israeli searchers to rappel into its dark interior. Sweeping the cave’s damp walls and mineral spires with flashlights,...
  • Measles outbreak exposes holes in vaccine coverage

    Measles outbreak exposes holes in vaccine coverage
    Measles was nearly eliminated across the country nearly 15 years ago, an immunization victory over a highly contagious respiratory virus that once injured thousands and killed hundreds every year. Most measles cases since then have been traced to people...
  • Broward County

    First Sunday of the month from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jazz Brunch Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale Listen to the soulful sounds from local jazz artists on four stages. Brunch will be served in the Einstein Reception Room and in the Peck Courtyard, where one of...
  • Lawmakers and White House champion medical advances

    WASHINGTON The Senate is starting to take a look at how to get new drugs, medical devices and treatments for cancer and other diseases to the public faster and with less expense. Sens. Richard Burr, R-N.C., and Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., got the effort...
  • Court upholds deception claims against POM Wonderful

    WASHINGTON California's dominant pomegranate juice maker lost a labeling challenge Friday in a high-profile case over the regulation of commercial speech. In a unanimous decision by a three-judge panel, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of...
  • Baby chicks think small numbers belong on the left, just like us

    Baby chicks think small numbers belong on the left, just like us
    A new study found that chicks associate the left side with smaller numbers and the right side with higher numbers.  To see how this relates to you, let's begin with our own, short experiment. Imagine the numbers 1-10 in a horizontal line.  If you...
  • Southwestern Willow Flycatcher shouldn't have U.S protection, biologist says

    Even with powerful top-notch binoculars, it’s not easy singling out the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher from other subspecies of a family of birds known collectively as Empidonax. Expert bird watchers say positive identification of the drab birds...