Monthly Archives: March 2021

Alum wins a prestigious scientific research grant

For the second time in her academic career, Gabrielle “Gabby” Coffing ’19 has won one of the country’s most prestigious science awards. Coffing won a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, which will fund three years of his studies towards a doctorate. in biology. As a junior with a double …

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BVSD finds new sources to fund high school scientific research seminar

Uncertain funding recently raised concerns among teachers about the future of the Boulder Valley School District Science Research Seminar Program. The Scientific Research Seminar, which was established over 20 years ago, had been paid for using state money intended for gifted and talented programs. But the district determined earlier this …

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Guidelines for marine science research (RSM)

introduction The UK supports and recognizes the importance of marine scientific research (MSR) to improve our understanding of the ocean and our impact on the marine environment. It was therefore welcome that the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) established a global regime to facilitate research …

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Curaleaf closes acquisition of 3 Connecticut dispensaries

curafeuille ( CURVE -7.50% ) don’t let a pandemic stop it from growing. On Monday, the company announced that it had closed its latest acquisition; he is now the official owner of three Arrow Alternative Care dispensaries. The trio is located in Connecticut, which makes Massachusetts-based Curaleaf a major player …

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How We Test Leaf Blowers

Our Best Buy recommended leaf blowers and leaf blower vacs make clearing up fall leaves simple. They move piles of leaves to keep your garden looking sleek and tidy, and they’re easy to use. Our field tests and reviews of electric, cordless, and battery-powered and gas-powered leaf blowers and vacuums …

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Should you buy Curaleaf shares?

Even among residents of the most conservative US states, support for the legalization of recreational marijuana reaches as high as 65%. If the drug were to be legalized during the next presidency, it would undoubtedly shore up a whole new sector of the American economy. Indeed, by 2025, the legal …

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