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In this May 26, 2006, file photo, tornado chaser Tim Samaras shows the probes he uses when trying to collect data in Ames, Iowa. Jim Samaras said Sunday his brother Tim Samaras was killed along with Tim’s son, Paul Samaras, and another chaser, Carl Young, on Friday.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Geyser experts plan to spend three days in Yellowstone next week pooling their knowledge about the Old Faithful area's geology to help guide future decisions about construction in the park's most popular destination.
LOS ANGELES | Protesters rallied in dozens of cities Saturday as part of a global protest against seed giant Monsanto and the genetically modified food it produces, organizers said.
As the world becomes more connected, secrets become harder to keep. However, my generation has a secret: FIRST (For the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology).
Down the hallway from a bumper sticker that reads "Back Off. I’m a Scientist," resides Neal H. Haskell, a world renowned forensic entomologist in the Evans Arts and Sciences Building at St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer.
Scientists at a local laboratory say a new piece of technology there can identify bacteria a day earlier than traditional methods.
CRETE | The Youth Services Department of the Crete Public Library hosted another Curiosity Club program for 5- to 8-year-olds.
Max Swift, left, and Peyton Komer learned all about magnets at the Crete library. Learning stations included magnetic boards with interactive gears, magnetic fishing and play time with large horse shoe magnets. Max and Peyton enjoyed decorating magnet clothes pins at the craft table.
During the recent Curiosity Club program at the Crete library, Taylor Magyer had fun working a magnet under the box which moved the toys around in the sand.
DOLTON | A Roosevelt Junior High School seventh-grader from Dolton West Elementary District 148 will be among the students from across Illinois participating in this year’s Illinois Junior Academy of Science State Science Fair on May 4.
HAMMOND | Students in the Gavit High School science department have been actively pursuing their education in recent days.
Valparaiso Science Olympiad coach Richard Bender holds a student entry for the rotor egg drop competition Wedensday at Thomas Jefferson Middle School.
HAMMOND | Challenger Learning Center of Northwest Indiana will host its Second Saturday Family Science Program from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday on the Purdue University Calumet campus, 2300 173rd St.
CRETE | The Crete Public Library’s Youth Service Department recently held the Curiosity Club program, which was an introduction to the world of flight with fun activities, interesting facts and story time.
Mason Duda, left, Madison Duda and Vivi Spencer watch as a Styrofoam ball floats above the hair dryer as they learn first hand about the forces involved in flying such as lift, gravity and thrust.
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