Those ice bucket challenges may help Maine's lab-mouse-breeding facility
If New England cottontails had better eyes, maybe they wouldn't be endangered
Saving NH’s only native rabbit means saving some pretty inelegant terrain
Vermont biologists asks bear hunters to save them a tooth (ursine, not human)
Manchester science museum & art museum join hands over - who else? - M.C. Escher
Bigger is better for wind turbines, so UMaine tests a 180-foot-long blade
The power of Nature: Ripping my porch apart
N.H. veteran G4 Communications (which started as a BBS) purchased by NY firm
Public electric vehicle charging station comes to Keene, via Antioch University
Even in the digital age, the sound of typewriters can drive deadline (says Rupert Murdoch)
States with medical marijuana see fewer opiate overdoses
Vermont high-power line from Quebec moves ahead
A flying 3D printed bald eagle! What could possibly go wrong?
Keeping the region's power grid operating requires an 'extraordinary machine'
Rhode Island creates electric car license plates to alert EMTs, firefighters
Any company that spins big heavy stuff, floating inside a vacuum, is OK by me
The graphics are good at Exeter UFO Festival, even if the information's a bit suspect
Except on Cape Cod, courts are rejecting the idea of 'wind turbine syndrome'
U.S. agrees with wikipedia: Humans can't copyright a monkey's "selfie"
Why is small solar power booming, but small-scale wind power isn't?
As I told you in June: Fly no drones over the Appalachian Trail!
Study finds sea plankton, of all things, living on the surface of the space station
UNH tackles analysis of strawberry DNA, with its eight (eight?!?) sets of chromosomes
3D print a 2 million-year-old skull - at Milford library or elsewhere
Gentlefolks, start your tools: The state's only Maker Faire returns this Saturday
Talking about ticks and Lyme disease on NHPR - the magic of radio
Comcast's not a TV company with Internet, it's a broadband company with TV
3D printer comes to Milford library - what would Gutenberg say?
A "salmon cannon" that can shoot 40 fish a minute over a 7-story building
Private pilots can't swap rides for gas money, says FAA (i.e., no Uber for Cessnas)
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