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Article ID: 19703

ORNL and Technology 2020 Form a Partnership

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Technology 2020 have formed a partnership to help create more jobs in East Tennessee. Called the Center for Entrepreneurial Growth, the partnership will focus on taking technology developed at ORNL and using the technology to form new companies.

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Article ID: 19700

Electrode Lowers Cost of Aluminum Smelting

Ohio State University

An engineer at Ohio State University has patented a potentially major improvement in aluminum production: an electrode that could cut smelting costs by one-fourth and air pollution by half.

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Article ID: 19697

Quiz: Foods from Genetically Modified Crops

Purdue University

Many Americans don't think they know enough about using genetically modified crops as sources of food to know whether they agree with those who pressed for these changes. A plant scientist and expert in GMO crops at Purdue University has developed nine questions to test one's knowledge of genetically modified foods and agricultural biotechnology.

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Article ID: 19696

GMO Crops? Test Yourself with This Quiz

Purdue University

Nearly half of American farms grow genetically modified crops. A plant scientist and expert in GMO crops at Purdue University has developed 10 questions to test one's knowledge of genetically modified foods and agricultural biotechnology.

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Article ID: 19651

Genome's Benefits, Version of Emperor's New Clothes

Johns Hopkins Medicine

While scientists at Johns Hopkins and Kings College don't enjoy being nay-sayers at the parade of potential benefits suggested by the Human Genome Project, they say we may, in part, be seeing what we want to see (NEJM, 7-13-00).

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Article ID: 19681

Highlights from New Scientist for 7-12-00

New Scientist

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Article ID: 19655

Pulsars Much Older than Thought

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Pulsars -- spinning, superdense neutron stars that emit powerful beams of radio waves and light -- may be much older than scientists thought, according to researchers using measurements made with NSF's Very Large Array.

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Article ID: 19646

NIH's Support for Instrumentation and Equipment Needs

Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB)

The level of support provided by NIH for equipment and instrumentation is insufficient, according to a survey of NIH supported investigators conducted by FASEB.

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Article ID: 19688

July 10 Tipsheets from NSF

National Science Foundation (NSF)

1- Armored Microbes Could Lead to New Biochips, 2- NSF Telescopes Featured on Postage Stamps, 3- NSF Funds the First Arctic Archival Observatory

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Article ID: 19685

Impact of National Seafood Safety Control Program

National Sea Grant College Program

Seventy-seven percent of the nearly 750 companies polled in a recent nationwide U.S. seafood industry survey said they would not have been able to develop a plan to comply with new U.S. Food and Drug Administration seafood processing safety regulations without the in-depth training courses conducted nationwide under the auspices of the National Sea Grant College Program and the National Seafood HACCP Alliance.

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