Dallas area West Nile virus spraying interrupted DALLAS (AP) - After storms interrupted spraying by air for West Nile virus in Dallas County, officials say they will resume the work Sunday. Dallas County spokeswoman Maria Arita says they were able to spray about 88,000 acres with mosquito-killing ... 08/19/2012 - 6:42 am | View Link
“Exceedingly rich in engineering talent, patent applicants, and patent grants,” Dallas area lands US Patent office Update at 10:03 p.m.: Following this morning’s announcement that the Dallas area would get a United States Patent and Trademark Office satellite, Acting U.S. Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank hopped on the phone with reporters to discuss the decision. 07/2/2012 - 7:34 am | View Link
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What if there were an AirBNB for cars? FlightCar is a startup that aims to connect lonely cars in long-term airport parking with travelers in need of short-term wheels. This seems like a great idea….except, like many “sharing economy” businesses, when it isn’t. Just ask reader Evan.
Car owners who leave their vehicles behind with FlightCar don’t just get free parking and a car wash.
(Lunauna)It’s the ciiiiiiircle, the circle of life, but instead of a cartoon lion there’s a grocery store running on electricity generated by the same food waste that store creates. More recycling, fewer anthropomorphic talking animals, but it’s a circle… of science.
The Sainsbury superstore in Staffordshire, England is reportedly the first time a retailer in that country has come off the National Grid to power a store, reports the BBC.
The store already sends all its food waste to an anaerobic digestion plant, which basically feeds the garbage to bacteria that break down the food in many steps, producing primarily carbon dioxide and methane gas, explains Popular Science.
The methane is separated from the carbon dioxide and turned into biomethane gas, which is then used to generate electricity.
The head doctor fighting an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Sierra Leone has himself caught the disease, one of a growing list of medical workers infected while battling to halt its spread across West Africa.