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Energy | Dec 10, 2013
Measuring Fukushima's Impact: How Geeks and Hackers Got Geiger Counters to the Masses
Hundreds of ordinary people are contributing to a crowd-sourced effort to collect data on radiation levels for scientists and ordinary citizens to use and interpret.
Economy | Sep 27, 2013
Less than 2 Percent of Carpenters Are Women—Meet the Master Builder Working to Change That
Carpenter Maria Klemperer-Johnson is used to being the only woman on the construction site—but, thanks in part to her own work, that is beginning to change.
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