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Entries for December, 2014

Scientists May Have Traced Ebola To A Bat Colony In Guinea

Kensington to Unveil New Ultra Mobile Device Security Solution, Along with New Computer Accessories for Greater Versatility

Award-winning EYES IN Magazine Releases New Year’s Edition 39

New frog ‘gives birth to tadpoles’

Knighthood for ‘father of Viagra’

SuperiorTechHelp Helps troubleshoot and fix your computer issues in just minutes

Hackathon 2014 at Softweb Solutions results in innovative apps and products in just 24 hours

Rising sea to claim 7,000 properties

LAN Systems Voted Best of Gwinnett for Sixth Year

Whooping cough ‘evolving fast’

Ecologists Take On Tiny Green Beetles That Infest Ash Trees

Unexpected Life Found In The Ocean’s Deepest Trench

Spectrami picks up Reseller ME Hot 50 Award

Sun’s sizzling X-rays photographed

Global warming will cut wheat yields, research shows

Top 500 companies’ carbon emissions rise despite calls for cuts

CDC chief sees Ebola progress in West Africa but remains cautious

Strong Pacific Trade Help Combat a Warming World

Scientists attack student exit plan

Big cat trade from Burma to China up

emt Launches Market Magnitude Program To Enable Channel Partners

IHL Private Label Manufacturer Launches New Website and Social Media Campaign

Park both protected and burdened

Washington State’s cap-and-trade plan for carbon emitters

E.P.A. Issues New Rules on Disposal of Coal Ash

Antarctic science archive unlocked

Coal ash is not hazardous waste under U.S. agency rules

Innovative Content Sharing App NoteStream(TM) Announces New Updates

Research on awareness of OBA icon by EDAA and TRUSTe | TRUSTe Press Releases

LA River’s flood role is ‘paramount’