NASA’s far-flung space robots keep findings signs of water
Does a doctor’s gender affect your chance of survival?
Some of the water flooding N.H. beaches is coming from Greenland, and it’s not going to stop
Halibut boom draws new scrutiny
Wipers up or wipers down? The winter weather debate begins again
Higher tides, more storm surges, more rain storms expected for N.H. Seacoast
After almost two decades of work, UNH heavy-ion sensor is up in space
How do you keep track of tons (literally) of potentially toxic stuff?
Science Cafe Concord will discuss 3-D printers (don’t worry: the food and drink will be made the normal way)
Granite Geek: As hackers eye Internet of Things, here are ways to limit the damage
When the The Internet of Things becomes The Walking Dead, look out
At Science Cafe, a look at technology to move farming indoors
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