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Should the Looting of Archaeological Sites be Promoted?
Two new television series, one on Spike TV and the other on the National Geographic Channel, that promote and, not surprisingly, glorify the looting of archaeological sites across the United States wi...
3/5/12 at 12:05 PM The Prehistoric Indian Village Gives Back to the Community 8/26/11 at 12:39 PM
A Story of Corn (or A Corny Story) 8/17/11 at 3:26 PM
The Mouse Race
I work in a research laboratory that studies obesity. We use both human and animal models in our experiments, but I work only with the animals. Sometimes I joke that the people with good interperson...
12/25/11 at 1:17 PM
Snapshots from the cancer conference
If you noticed a lot of headlines lately about what's new in cancer care, there was a reason for it: The American Society of Clinical Oncology held its annual meeting last week in Chicago, during whic...
6/13/11 at 2:26 PM Hype vs. hope in cancer research 6/10/10 at 9:01 AM
The search for cancer answers 4/12/10 at 4:31 AM
A novel way to fight mosquitoes
I got this press release this morning from Kansas State University and thought it was rather interesting considering how darned many mosquitoes we deal with around here (although ours don't carry mala...
5/16/11 at 12:10 PM
Who is your sister and what is your ritual?
Mothers, best friends, a group of friends, and sisters are a few people women create and sustain relationships with. A book titled "What Happy Women Do: Nail Night and the Unicorn Dance A Salute to ...
3/11/11 at 12:37 PM
NDSU provost search committee sets timeline
The North Dakota State University provost search committee set a timeline to forward candidates to President Dean L. Bresciani by mid-April at its first meeting Jan. 19. The committee is scheduled to...
1/20/11 at 9:30 AM Report shows NDSU Research & Tech Park's regional economic impact 1/5/11 at 8:17 AM
Five faculty receive funding for NASA-related research 10/29/10 at 1:09 PM
Dorgan's official post-Senate "to do" list
FARGO - Now that he's retired from the U.S. Senate, Byron Dorgan revealed today specifically what his plan is - and "retirement" is the farthest thing from it. Dorgan has shared hints and various d...
1/7/11 at 7:10 PM Pomeroy’s got pork 12/1/10 at 12:30 AM
U.S. ag secretary to visit Grand Forks on Monday 9/10/10 at 8:45 AM
On ginger, piggies, willows and hops
I believe I mentioned in a blog a while back that I am taking part in a 10-month-long leadership program offered through the University of Minnesota called the U-Lead Advisory Academy. I'm writing my...
11/4/10 at 8:40 PM
Hunters: Don't shoot research bears
Hunters participating in this falls bear hunt, which opens Wednesday, should avoid shooting radio-collared or ear-tagged bears, say Minnesota Department of Natural Resources wildlife officials. It is...
8/31/10 at 1:26 PM