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EV charging corridors are creeping closer

New Hampshire is (finally) doing something to encourage electric vehicles in the state, using some of its Volkswagen dieselgate money to prod some fast-charging corridors. I’ve written about it many times – the U-L has a nice update. The contract starts in...

DNA & a very, very cold case

You’re familiar, I’m sure, with DNA being used to solve old murder cases. (The Bear Brook case in NH is a classic example.) Beth Potier of UNH wrote an article about a *really* cold case: A UNH biological anthropologist has helped crack a case that turned...

When pets travel, pet diseases also travel

From UNH News Service: A pathologist with the New Hampshire Diagnostic Veterinary Lab at the University of New Hampshire recently diagnosed the fungal disease Valley Fever in a rescue dog from Arizona. It is the first time the lab has diagnosed this disease in a dog...

New Hampshire patents

The Concord Monitor runs a list of patents that have been issued recently to companies or individuals in New Hampshire, broken down a week at a time. If you’re in a patent-hunting mood, check it out: https://www.concordmonitor.com/Keyword?keyword=patents....

Science Cafe NH in Concord on alternative voting

Science Cafe NH in Concord next week (Wednesday, Feb. 23) will take all your questions about alternative voting systems, such as the ranked-choice voting that was such a hit when I ran a test election in the Monitor last month. (“Our experiment showed that some...

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