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July, 26, 2016

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Maturing oyster recovery projects bring calls for funding
Oysters were once so abundant in New Jersey that vacationers would clamber off trains, wade into the water and pluck handfuls to roast for dinner. Their colonies piled so high that boats would sometimes run aground on them, and they were incorporated into navigation maps. Even earlier, Native American tribes would have oyster feasts on the banks of coastal inlets.
 
Drought hits Northeastern US, could last months
At Lavoie's Farm in New Hampshire, beans and corn haven't broken through the ground yet and fields of strawberries are stunted.
 
Scientists following up on a rare wolverine sighting in the Sierra Nevada set up cameras and captured video of the animal scurrying in the snow, scaling a tree and chewing on bait.
 
Interns launch rocket
A 50-foot (15.24-meter) tall sport rocket built by interns and students takes off from Ft. Carson near Colorado Springs, Colorado, Sunday, July 24. Student interns from the United Launch Alliance (ULA), Ball Aerospace and students from Colorado combined forces in the production. Over an eight-week period, interns from ULA and Ball Aerospace designed, built and tested their rockets with guidance from both companies.
 
Solar Impulse 2 leaves Egypt for last leg of world tour
The first solar-powered plane to circle the world took off from Cairo on Sunday for Abu Dhabi, in the final leg of its journey.
 
Scientists work toward storing digital information in DNA
Her computer, Karin Strauss says, contains her "digital attic" -- a place where she stores that published math paper she wrote in high school, and computer science schoolwork from college.
 
Ghost orchid scientists aim to restore rare Florida flowers
Armed with an orange staple gun and dozens of burlap squares entwined with ratty green roots, Mike Kane wades hip-deep into the swamp to restore what generations of thieves have stolen.
 
Art with heart: Making children's health wards less scary
For Dorkas Kaya and other young patients with HIV, seeing the walls of their residential treatment facility transformed with broad splashes of color and graffiti-like scribbles brought a singular reaction: "Whoa!"
 
As Democratic convention nears, excessive heat settles in
As thousands of delegates arrive in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention, it's not just politics they have to contend with -- it's also the hot and sticky weather.
 
Prince William says George got too many birthday gifts
Prince William thinks his son got too many presents on his third birthday.
 
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