EarthScope, the largest continental geology project ever funded by the National Science Foundation, is ramping up operations this year, installing a vast network of surface and subsurface instruments and establishing outreach programs to involve the public in findings about the structure and movements of the North American continent.
The program's efforts are already underway in the Northwest, including at Mount St.
Northwest researchers are studying how mercury moves through the environment, what put it there in the first place, and what can be done about it.
Entrepreneur David Giuliani, who hit it big with the Sonicare toothbrush, tries for the same with a new skin care technology.
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