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Scientists and ordinary citizens use satellite and aerial photography to look for clues connecting Pennsylvania fracking sites and mysterious maladies.
Jay Ruskey is the first farmer in the continental U.S. to grow coffee commercially. Here's what that means for the future of coffee.
An embarrassingly small proportion of real-life scientists are women. This photographer wants to change that.
America's coastline, meet your reaper: James Inhofe, Oklahoma senator.
Scotland's wind turbines are producin' loads o' lecky.
The solar bike lane is the greenest thing in Amsterdam since space cake.
Instead of shelling out big bucks for specialized machinery, food producers in Maine can now join a lending library of farm tools.
Enter SexyFood, a French startup that's trying to get you to eat bugs -- hopefully with more success than we've ever had.
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