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Lecture discusses global warming and the G20

Last week, Douglas Boucher of the Union of Concerned Scientists lectured about the importance of climate change education and how we can make a difference in this respect.

Health Talk: Alcohol metabolization

Learn about what goes on in the body after alcohol consumption and how the alcohol is finally flushed out of the body.

How Things Work: Ozone depletion

The thinning of the ozone layer is posing a great problem to the world today. This article discusses the background of ozone formation and how the ozone layer is thinning down.

Health Line

Water polluted with chemicals like arsenic and lead has caused families in West Virginia to suffer from problems like rashes and decaying teeth.

Sci/Tech briefs

Scientists at Stanford have come up with a way to use open source software from around the world to upgrade digital cameras.

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