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3D Printed Micro Battery
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3D Printer Produces Lithium Ion Batteries the Size of a Grain of Sand [VIDEO]

A team based at Harvard University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have created a way to use 3D printing to create microbatteries that could supply electricity to tiny devices in the medical and communication fields.

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USDA says genetically-altered wheat an isolated incident.
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Genetically Altered Wheat Found in E. Oregon “Isolated Incident” Says USDA

Some good news for soft white wheat farmers.

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What Are the Names of 2013′s Hurricanes?

Don’t look now, but hurricane season is here.

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They're not THAT big, but they do fly
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Flying Ants Swarm Colfax in Eastern Washington

Colfax is often referred to as the "speed trap" just outside Pullman. They're wishing for traps now that they've got flying ants!

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NASA's Curiosity Rover Images Of Mars
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NASA Plans? Set Foot on Mars, Capture an Asteroid!

After initially cutting budgets deeply, the White House is freeing up a little more money for NASA.

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Watch NASA’s Moon Buggy Competition LIVE!

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Today is the 20th Annual Lunar Buggy Race! Every year, hundreds of colleges and high schools submit to NASA PowerPoint presentations, designs, and blueprints for their human-po

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Actual view of Mars sent back from NASA rover
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Applicants Sought for One-Way Trip to Mars – Would You Go?

A Dutch company is looking for people willing to be part of an expedition to Mars. The catch? You won't be coming back -- ever!

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Scientists Resurrect Mouth Birthing Frog

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PNNL Scientist Holding Seminar on Benefits of Buying an Electric Vehicle in Kennewick

Dr. Michael Kintner, a scientist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, will give a presentation on the benefits of buying an electric vehicle Tuesday, March 12, at 7 p.m. in the Mid-Columbia Library, located at 1620 S

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WA Senate committee to hold special hearing on leaky tanks
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Leaky Hanford Tanks Subject of Special Washington State Senate Committee Hearing Thursday

For years it's been known that a number of the hazardous waste storage tanks at Hanford have been leaking, but awareness has been heightened after the U.S. Dept. of Energy confirmed six tanks are leaking several hundred gallons a year

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