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  • Making Peace with Bugs

    The Center for Human-Earth Restoration offers camps, classes and seminars that reconnect students to the outdoors and provides a new style of environmental education.

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  • Medical Metals

    Researchers at North Carolina A&T State University are developing new materials that could revolutionize medical treatment.

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  • Battle of the Atlantic

    The Battle of the Atlantic along the coast was the closest World War II got to the U.S. Archaeologists are documenting the wrecks of allied ships and German U-boats to study and preserve in photos and videos a part of the nation's history.

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  • Digging Dinos

    Watch as a paleontologist and her team of volunteer paleontologists uncover the remains of a new type of dinosaur. Evidence suggests that the desert mountains in Utah, where the bones were found, was once a lush wetland.

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  • The world's oceans, the creatures that live within, and the climate influenced by those oceans are all connected. North Carolina researchers are studying how melting Antarctic glaciers will affect the Atlantic Ocean and the state's coastal resources.

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