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Holy Cross summer course explores realities of food production

LEICESTER – After a brief tour of the crops, students in the College of the Holy Cross "Food and Power" summer course soon realized what a good portion of their field trip to Cotyledon Farm on Tuesday ... read more

The Stalkers

For more foreign correspondence mixed with food, war, travel, and photography ... Mushrooms are the most radioactive life in the Chernobyl Zone. Among the stalkers I meet, their concerns for the risks ... read more

The idea for lab-grown meat was born in a prisoner-of-war camp

She’d more or less given up on the possibility that her father’s idea—more than an idea, a lifelong passion into which Ira had been drafted into pursuing over the course of decades of obsession—would ... read more

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Saturday, July 7: BBC America’s ‘Earth: One Amazing Day’ Travels Around This Wonderful World

Over the course of one single day ... so it’s no wonder his reality show has stuck around for so long. Tonight, the Dutch-born doctor returns with his trademark enthusiasm and wonder — “Holy cow!” is ... read more

The Monday After: Massillon Museum exhibition recalls local men serving in World War I

"Red Cross volunteers likely ... to serve in the military could save food or make socks and bandages for the soldiers." World Of Change The participation of Stark County residents in World War I helpe... read more

The Untold Story Of Larry Page's Incredible Comeback

One day in July 2001, Larry Page decided to ... and, of course, the users' smartphones. So while it may seem random for Google to get into businesses as diverse as cars, thermostats, robotics, and TV ... read more

Sailing to the Pacific Ocean’s Trash Vortex

In the summer of 1997, sea captain and surfer Charles Moore ... their vessel “Plastiki,” a nod to the Kon Tiki, the name of a raft that explorer Thor Heyerdahl used to cross the Pacific in 1947.) Perh... read more

Friday, July 6: The Final ‘C.B. Strike’ Case Begins With ‘Career of Evil’

Veterinarian Jan Pol is just as adorable as the animals he heals, so it’s no wonder his reality show has stuck ... cuisine woven into American food and culture. In the first episode, “Detroit,” Samuel... read more

PBS Announces Mid-Season Schedule

Also in the line-up beginning February 1 is a new NATURE series called SPY IN THE WILD, A NATURE MINISERIES, a John Downer Production for BBC ... but it’s a harsh reality to many animals. Snow means f... read more

Australian expeditioners in race for Antarctica

In Antarctica the race is on for scientific supremacy and to find an ice-scientist's Holy Grail - a 1,000,000 year old ice ... in Antarctica in a quest for global scientific prestige. This summer, Chi... read more

101 things you thought were true, but have actually been debunked by science

Cheddar cheese has even more than turkey, yet cheddar is never pointed out as a sleep inducing food. Experts say that instead ... The idea that dairy increases mucous production is very fortunately no... read more

Vikings Unearthed

NARRATOR: But the Vikings were not just raiders, they were traders and explorers who ventured farther than any Europeans before them. Now, archaeologists are on their trail to uncover their secrets. H... read more

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