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Wahoo Bay Park in Florida Plans Global Incubator to Study the Marine Ecosystem and Combat Sea Level Rise
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Scientists, government officials and citizens concerned about climate change and sea level rise will soon have a new source of data when Wahoo Bay in Pompano Beach launches. This underwater marine park will become a global incubator for the ocean's ecosystem and will test the SEAHIVE™ marine and estuarine shoreline protection system, a research project funded by the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Innovations Deserving Exploratory Analysis (IDEA) in collaboration with FDOT.
NEWS: Stemtree Education Center in Virginia will celebrate its official grand opening on Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 220 Maple Ave West, beginning at 6 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. Stemtree takes a unique approach to providing students in grades K-12 with one-on-one instruction in science, technology, and engineering (STEM).
MONTREAL, Quebec, Canada /eNewsChannels/ -- NEWS: According to the Pantheory Research Organization in their recent research study, entitled 'Observations that Seem to Contradict the Big Bang Model While at the Same Time Support an Alternative Cosmology' they summarized problems associated with many present and past distant galaxy observations that seem to contradict the Big Bang model.
MONROVIA, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ -- NEWS: The Monrovia High Robotics Program announced today that the ten Monrovia High School students of the 'Kings and Queens' robotics team and their purple robot 'Sir Lancelot' qualified to advance to the 2015 FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics World Championships for a second year in a row as a result of their excellent performance at the West Super-Regional Robotics Tournament held in Oakland March 26-28.
CHICAGO, Ill. /eNewsChannels/ NEWS: Top entrepreneurs participating in the State Department’s Global Innovation through Science and Technology (GIST) Entrepreneurship Journey will arrive in Chicago...
Monrovia High School's 'Kings And Queens' robotics team head to First Tech Challenge Robotics World Championship
MONROVIA, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ -- NEWS: Five young women from Monrovia High School and their rhinestone-encrusted robot qualified to advance to the 2014 First Tech Challenge Robotics World Championships as a result of their strong performance at the West Super-Regional Robotics Tournament held near Sacramento at the former McClellan Air Force Base this past weekend, the Monrovia High School Robotics Program announced today.
MONTREAL, Quebec /eNewsChannels/ -- NEWS: According to the Pantheory Research Organization, a new study of type 1a supernova data has concluded, for the first time, that dark energy probably does not exist. The paper is entitled 'An Alternative Universe-Scale Analytic Metrology and Related Cosmological Model.' The paper was published in the February 2014 issue of the journal of Applied Physics Research, by the Canadian Center of Science and Education.
MONROVIA, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ -- NEWS: Five young women from Monrovia High School and their rhinestone-encrusted robot won the top Inspire Award at the Los Angeles FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge) Regional Championship Tournament held at Monrovia this past Saturday, the Monrovia High School Robotics Program announced today. Along with six other teams from cities ranging from Santa Barbara to San Diego, they advance to compete with top teams from eleven western states.
New science book 'Spacedrive, Warpdrive, Free Energy and Other Ideas' tackles nuclear fusion and warpdrives
TORONTO, Ontario /eNewsChannels/ -- NEWS: A new book, 'Spacedrive, Warpdrive, Free Energy and Other Ideas' (ISBN: 978-146-792-0926), authored by Tom Prendivoj, explores and challenges an array of scientific theories and situations. His concepts and principles pose problems and solutions, leaving the reader wanting more.
BOSTON, Mass. /eNewsChannels/ -- The Office of the Science and Technology Adviser to the Secretary (STAS), in partnership with the Embassy of Ireland, will...
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