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Arizona Summer Poppy

Sep 8, 2017 The Arizona summer poppy is not really a poppy, but it’s a welcome treat for those who are looking for color during our hot and humid monsoon.

How Does A Canyon Become Grand?

Jul 26, 2017 How did the Colorado River form a canyon so massive that it would become one of the great wonders of the world?

U.S. builds first offshore wind farm

Jul 14, 2017 Wind power accounts for about five percent of all electricity generation in the U.S.

Building the Future for Women in Technology

Jul 13, 2017 Local club helps close the gender gap in computer science.

How This Remote National Park Made a Mammoth Discovery

Jul 6, 2017 California's Channel Islands National Park is the site of a recent mammoth discovery.

What Happens When You Put a Hummingbird in a Wind Tunnel?

Jun 20, 2017 Scientists study their acrobatics at 1000 frames per second.

The BoxerBots

Jun 15, 2017 The Vail 1928 BoxerBots team uses robotics to help young people develop an interest in STEM.

How to Procrastinate Effectively

Jun 15, 2017 Improve your creativity through effective procrastination.

Meet the 'Monkey Cat'

Jun 14, 2017 The clouded leopard is the most ancient type of cat alive today and its genetic blue print is shared by all cats.

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