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Pictured Above: LIVING CARBON. Jason Fuller of Carbon Cycle Consulting shows farmers how to turn manure into a stable, carbon-rich soil amendment called “Living Carbon,” which includes calcites, humates, bio-char and other nutrients. He also processes it into a pellet so commercial applictors can handle it more easily. Data show there is not a lot …

Tadder’s recent “Black is a Color” fine art series incorporated bald models as highly conceptual objects with mysterious swirling of color against jet black backgrounds. And when it came to printing the series, Tadder turned to Epson technology to enable his creative process. “My fine art photographs are vibrant, bold and reproduce color in unique …

By Automotive Logistics2021-02-06T16:13:00 Toyota’s Rick Wishon discusses how the carmaker is using optimisation tools from software specialist Inform to engineer its outbound logistics network to maximise capacity and reduce lead times even as complexity rises. In this case study, Toyota and its IT partner Inform discuss how the company moved beyond spreadsheets to use …

The role that race should play in deciding who gets priority for the Covid-19 vaccine in the next phase of the rollout is being put to the test in Oregon as tensions around equity and access to the shots emerge nationwide, reports Gillian Flaccus for the Associated Press. An advisory committee that provides recommendations to …

  DELAWARE – FBI Baltimore officials confirmed with 47 ABC that a Laurel, Delaware man turned himself into authorities on Thursday for his alleged role in the Washington, D.C. Capitol riots. Kevin Seefried, the man reportedly seen in a viral photo marching through the U.S. Capitol with a Confederate flag, was wanted by the FBI …

Mon, Jan 11, 2021 – 5:50 AM San Francisco THE Consumer Electronics Show (CES) known for crowds, sensory-overload, and deal-making is relying on technology that it has long hawked to put pizzazz into its first virtual event, kicking off on Monday. The deadly pandemic that has derailed in-person conferences around the world during the past …

When Coronado Middle School sixth grade math teacher Melissa Miller learned that she was selected as the next Kato Family “Innovation in Education” Award winner, she immediately deferred to her close colleague, Cara Hetrick. “So many of the adaptations, challenges, and triumphs of distance learning we have worked through and figured out together,” Melissa explained. …

Express News Service KOCHI: Social Science is often sidelined as one of the most dry and boring subjects in school, and the Covid-induced online classes have done little to help its cause. However, if used the right way, these virtual classes can be just the solution for the unwarranted bad rap the subject gets, says Anoob John, …

IPSWICH FROM FRAMINGHAM, WHERE PEOPLE ARE STEPPING UP WITH NEW TECHNOL TO HELP SAY THEY WERE TWO THOUSAND FAMILIES IN FRAMINGHAM THAT NEED FOOD. WE ALL COULD BE FEEDING THE SAME 500 FAMILIES, BUT WE DON’T KNOW IF WE ARE OR NOT. AND THAT’S A PROBLEM. AND SO WHAT YOU SEE HERE ON THIS SCREEN …

A rescue mission has turned into a recovery effort for two people missing following a power plant collapse in Adams County on Wednesday, according to the Adams County Sheriff’s Office. The collapse took place around 9 a.m. at the site of the former Killen Generating Station along U.S. 52.Officials said the building was in the …