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  1. Lots to do at the libraryRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    We had some participation this year, but there is some free space if you're interested. If you would like to get on a list for next spring, let us know! The Berwick Public Library is located at 103 Old Pine Hill Rd N, Berwick, ME, 03901.


  2. On Campus, Older Faculty Keep On Keepin' OnRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | KTOO-TV Juneau

    Ken Nickerson could have retired from his job as a professor of biological sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln 10 years ago, when he turned 62. He could have retired five years ago, when the university offered faculty a year's salary to step down as part of a buyout to encourage more of them to leave. He could have retired last year, when, in yet another buyout offer, administrators dangled the equivalent of 90 percent of one full year's salary in front of faculty who would finally agree to go.


  3. Fascinating fossil findRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KETV-TV



  4. Nebraska Innovation Campus to open, but challenges remainRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Greenwich Citizen

    The University of Nebraska 's new research park will open to the public Friday, with promises that it will foster new partnerships between businesses and university researchers. But challenges remain for the Nebraska Innovation Campus , which has struggled to attract private tenants and has faced questions from lawmakers who were asked this year to approve more money for the project after a $25 million investment four years ago.


  5. PoetryRead the original story

    Thursday | Boulder Weekly

    The following is just one of three fine poems John Drury, who lives and teaches in Ohio, has written about the summer jobs he had when young.


  6. Harvard Graduate School of Education and University of...Read the original story

    Thursday | PRWeb

    Leading childhood education and psychology researchers at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have teamed with educational training professionals at Career Training Concepts, Inc. to create HEAR - Helping Everyone Achieve Respect. HEAR is a set of research-based bullying prevention programs designed to engage today's youth on what constitutes bullying, its consequences, and how they can help minimize bullying in their school environment.


  7. Investigation continues into threat that closed SOURead the original story

    Wednesday | KOBI NBC5

    ... Kassi Nelson was born and raised in Nebraska. She graduated from the journalism school at University of Nebraska Lincoln where she studied broadcasting. She also studied philosophy in the Czech Republic. Kassi has visited nine other countries ...


  8. Parents Influence Children's Play of Violent Video Games, According to Iowa State StudyRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 7 | Newswise

    AMES, Iowa - Parents who are more anxious and emotional can impact the amount of violent video games their children play, according to new consumer research from Iowa State University. The study is published in the Journal of Consumer Affairs.


  9. Husker tailgates: celebrating communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 7 | News Net Nebraska

    Some of the Rowens' closest family friends come to their tailgate - so close, that when one friend asked them to be bridesmaids in her upcoming wedding, shrieks of joy were the only response. Sophomores Schylir Rowen and Alexa Hilgenfeld attend the Rowen family tailgate every home game.


  10. Student Paleontologist Finds Fossil Remains Of New SpeciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 7 | National Public Radio

    During her first fossil-hunting trip, Carissa Raymond, an undergrad at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, stumbled upon the teeth of a beaver-like animal that lived 65 million years ago. Please keep your community civil.


  11. 'Being blind is no better or worse than being sighted'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 7 | USA Today

    It's Tuesday night, and Jeremy Fifield, a scruffy-bearded senior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is walking to his home away from home, The Zoo bar, in downtown Lincoln. It's where you'll find him every week at 9:30 p.m. singing karaoke with his second-favorite band on backup: Josh Hoyer and the Shadowboxers.


  12. Berry, Paul DeShonRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 6 | Martinsville Bulletin

    Paul DeShon Berry, 94, of Martinsville, Va., passed away on Saturday, October 3, 2015, at King's Grant Assisted Living, Martinsville, Va.


  13. SOU to hold active shooter training sessionsRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 6 | KOBI NBC5

    ... Kassi Nelson was born and raised in Nebraska. She graduated from the journalism school at University of Nebraska Lincoln where she studied broadcasting. She also studied philosophy in the Czech Republic. Kassi has visited nine other countries ...


  14. Furry, beaver-like creature thrived after dino-killing asteroidRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 6 | Christian Science Monitor

    Some 66 million years ago, after a comet wiped out the nonavian dinosaurs, a large, plant-eating mammal came into its own. A furry, beaverlike mammal that survived the apocalyptic dinosaur-killing space rock that crashed to Earth 66 million years ago hid out in what is now New Mexico, grinding up leafy meals with its enormous molars.


  15. Research Improves Efficiency From Larger Perovskite Solar CellsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 6 | Wireless Design & Development

    Perovskite solar cells are cheaper to make than traditional silicon cells and their electricity conversion efficiency is improving rapidly. To be commercially viable, perovskite cells need to scale up from lab size.


  16. In the newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 6 | NWAonline

    Carissa Raymond was a sophomore attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln when, during her first fossil hunt in New Mexico, she spotted a row of small, black teeth sticking out of the ground that later proved to be evidence of a new rodent like species. Ai Weiwei, a dissident Chinese artist, posted on social media a video of firecrackers being set off next to a listening device he found while renovating his Beijing studio and apartment, as well as other pictures of devices he found hidden in his office, bedroom and living room.


  17. Agriculture Students Receive Hoegemeyer Cares ScholarshipsRead the original story

    Monday Oct 5 | Agri Marketing

    AGRICULTURE STUDENTS RECEIVE HOEGEMEYER CARES SCHOLARSHIPS Oct. 6, 2015 Source: Hoegemeyer Hybrids news release Hoegemeyer Hybrids is excited to announce the recipients of its Hoegemeyer Cares Scholarship: Ellen Ries from Iowa State University; Gage Hoegermeyer and Yvonne Moten from University of Nebraska, Lincoln; and Jessica Bramhall from Kansas State University. Each will receive a $500 scholarship for the 2015-2016 academic year.


  18. ASU students' machine turns trash to 3-D filamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 5 | State Press

    Two robotics engineering students out of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering have found a way to take recyclable plastic and turn it into filament for 3-D printers. "3DCycler is a product and a system built around turning recyclable plastics like water bottles, party cups, Tupperware, anything like that, into 3-D printable filament that can be used to print new parts," co-founder of 3DCycler and robotics Joshua Kosar said.


  19. The World's Oldest Period Tracker?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 5 |

    An incredible artifact dated between 11 and 20,000 years old, the Ishango Bone's notched surface has been the topic of debate since its finding in 1960. The Ishango bone is an ancient artifact found in 1960 off the shores of Lake Edward , near the modern border of Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.


  20. Small, Beaver-like Mammal Survived the Dinosaur ApocalypseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 5 | I4U Future Technology News

    The mammal managed to thrive millions of years after dinosaur extinction. The fossil remains of the animal were discovered in New Mexico A recent study finds that asteroid and volcanic eruptions both led to the demise of dinosaurs.