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Safe or Slippery - Detecting Dangerous Roads

LOUISVILLE, Colo. (Ivanhoe Newswire) ---Men and women don’t see eye to eye when it comes to rating the driving skills of their significant others. Sixty-eight percent of men say they’re better drivers, while only 25 percent of women think they are better drivers. But in the battle of the sexes there is agreement on one thing--more than 80 percent on both sides say icy roads and pouring rain are the two most difficult weather conditions for driving. Now, new technology on the road can help detect unfavorable driving conditions faster.

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Safe or Slippery - Detecting Dangerous Roads

Tracking Traffic - GPS Of The Future

BERKLEY, CA. (Ivanhoe Newswire) --Each year it wastes nearly three billion gallons of fuel and costs the country $78 billion in lost time and productivity, still most of us don’t need statistics to tell us how frustrating sitting in traffic can be. But what if you could have a personalized traffic reporter, right at your fingertips? We’ll show you how one project that is aiming to do just that.

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Tracking Traffic - GPS Of The Future

Pets, People & Practice

LOS ANGELES (Ivanhoe Newswire) --Diabetes, cancer, leukemia--all very real diseases that not only kill people, but our pets as well. Now, veterinarians are trying out two new techniques to help save pooches that could very well end up saving people too.

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Pets, People & Practice

Dogs Fighting Cancer

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (Ivanhoe Newswire) --In the U.S, one in four people will die of cancer each year, but it’s not only humans that are in danger. Cancer is the leading cause of death among older cats and dogs. Now, new research is helping man’s best friends thrive while giving researchers a chance at curing cancer in humans.

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Dogs Fighting Cancer

Earthquake! What's Your Risk?

SAN FRANCISCO (Ivanhoe Newswire) --A 7.2 earthquake last month devastated parts of eastern Turkey. More than 600 people died as buildings collapsed and roads were torn apart. We don’t know when the next big one will hit…but is your home ready? Do you know how much damage a 7.2 quake would do to your home? We’ll show you why there’s an easy way to find out.

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Earthquake! What's Your Risk?

Uncovering Mysteries In Space

BOULDER, Colo. (Ivanhoe Newswire) --It has an energy output of 1,000-trillion suns – that’s about 65,000 times that of the Milky Way galaxy. This mysterious object also contains the largest water mass ever known to exist. What is it? We have the answer.

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Uncovering Mysteries In Space

Seeing Deep Into Space

PASADENA, CA (Ivanhoe Newswire) --Telescopes can capture amazing images! You may have seen some of the Hubble’s works of art, but soon scientists may be able to get those kinds of snapshots with a smaller telescope. We’ll show you how new technology is allowing smaller telescopes to see into space like never before.

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Seeing Deep Into Space

A Satellite Named Violet & A Student Named Amanda

NEW YORK (Ivanhoe Newswire) --When you hear about satellites and space, you probably think NASA. Now, students are joining the ranks and building some pretty unique spacecraft. We’ll show you the latest in student satellite design.

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A Satellite Named Violet & A Student Named Amanda

Hello! Ciao! Bonjour! The More Languages The Better!

UNVERSITY PARK, Penn. (Ivanhoe Newswire) --If you’ve ever wanted to learn another language or brush up on one you studied in high school – now is the time to do it. We’ll tell you how speaking more than one language can boost your brain power.

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Hello! Ciao! Bonjour! The More Languages The Better!

Feeling Lost Sounds

WABASH TOWNSHIP, IN. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- For many people, living in a noisy world is a way of life. Escaping sounds of traffic, construction, and crowds isn’t always easy. Hearing birds sing at dawn and crickets chirp at dusk is getting harder and harder to find. Now, we’ll tell you how scientists are tapping into nature’s sounds and what the sounds can tell us about our world.

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Feeling Lost Sounds

Behind The Scenes With The K-Team

BOSTON (Ivanhoe Newswire) --From Band-Aids for your heart to smart needles, a group of scientists and doctors are working hard to create innovations to solve unmet medical needs. Their inspiration and approach to help patients is much different than most. We take you inside the Karp Lab.

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Behind The Scenes With The K-Team

Spice It Up For A Healthy Heart

UNIVERSITY PARK, Penn. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- When you’re hungry it’s easy to grab and go, but bite into a burger and fries too often, and you could be fast tracking heart disease, diabetes and other life altering and life ending health problems. Now, nutrition scientists at Pennsylvania State University say that adding spices to a meal could help balance out the harmful effects of fatty foods.

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Spice It Up For A Healthy Heart

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