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  • Lab technician: Intense but fulfilling job

    Denisa Mateev said her job as a hospital laboratory associate can be rewarding -- and intense.
  • Sidewinder snake helps engineers design a better robot [VIDEO]

    Sidewinder snake helps engineers design a better robot [VIDEO]
    If a future Mars rover plans to climb up something steep, it might have to look something like a sidewinder snake. These rattlesnakes have an unusual way of moving across sandy surfaces, and engineers have been trying to replicate it. If they succeed,...

    Knowing Wekiva bears' secrets might ease conflicts with residents

    Knowing Wekiva bears' secrets might ease conflicts with residents
    The mama bear stumbled like a drunk through the forest, smack into a pine tree. Down she went, dusting up a clump of dry leaves. The woozy bear, still shaking off the effects of a tranquilizer, tried to raise herself again and again to search for her...

    BLM: Act now to protect grouse or lose development rights later

    WASHINGTON The federal government's plan to protect a plump, chickenlike bird, the greater sage grouse, is not yet final, but one agency is already critical in the effort. The stewardship of 50 million acres of sagebrush country managed by the Bureau...

    Local mountain lions dwindling, roads and inbreeding endangering them further

    If land managers, transportation planners and wildlife officials don't act soon, according to a recently released study, Orange County, Calif. could lose the last of its mountain lions. Already, the population has dropped to fewer than 20, scientists...