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Study of North Atlantic Ocean reveals decline of leaded petrol emissions

A new study of lead pollution in the North Atlantic provides strong evidence that leaded petrol emissions have declined over the past few decades. For the first time in around 40 years, scientists have detected lead from natural sources in samples from this ocean. In the intervening period, the proportion of lead in the ocean from humanmade sources, most importantly leaded petrol emissions, had been so high that it was not possible to detect any lead from natural sources.

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Design Firm JZA+D Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Announces new hires and reorganization following recent expansion.

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How do you deal with local SEO KPIs that don’t pass the smell test?

We all know that data can sometimes be unreliable, but columnist Andrew Shotland makes the case for why we shouldn’t just rely on free Google tools for data collection and analysis.

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I Want To Put A Baby In You: Stuck Embryos

It is absurd to bar individuals from simply retrieving their own embryos and using them in another country.

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Poverty and perceived hardship affect cognitive function and may contribute to premature aging, say investigators

A new study finds strong associations between sustained exposure to economic hardship and worse cognitive function in relatively young individuals.

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Bade Roofing Receives Firestone Award

Commercial roofing specialist Bade Roofing is proud to announce that it has received a 2016

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5 Ws of the sharing economy: How social data gives marketers a competitive edge

Why should you be paying attention to the sharing economy? Columnist John Donnelly III dives into the social data behind the sharing economy’s explosive growth and what marketers stand to gain from it.

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Was This Judge’s Reprimand Of Kirkland & Ellis Justified?

Everyone loves a good benchslap, but not all benchslaps are good.

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Shape-shifters found in the Belt Supergroup: Revelations about Tappania plana

The rise of eukaryotic organisms (organisms with complex cells, or a single cell with a complex structure) is still a mystery, but researchers have compelling evidence that Tappania plana may represent one of the earliest eukaryotic fossils. Well-preserved Tappania plana fossils from a Montana field site could be a crown-group eukaryote, providing one of the first links from this period in the fossil record to extant eukaryotes.

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IWR Honored with Two Craftsmanship Awards

St. Louis-based building enclosure contractor recognized by CSI and AIA.

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