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Dennis Lemly, Associate Professor of Biology at Wake Forest University, authored a report which implicates elevated levels of selenium, a toxin found in coal ash, in deaths and deformities among Sutton Lake’s fish populations. Lemly reports to WFAE “concentrations of … Continue reading
If you take a look at your hands, your wrists, or your neck, you will likely see something special, precious even. It is quite dense, glows with an almost aura-like quality, and, as of press time, costs about $1,350 an … Continue reading
Contributed by Claire Nagy-Kato ‘14 As a chemistry major with an environmental studies minor, I enjoy the chances I get to take classes that depart from the sciences. I have developed a great fondness for a course I am currently … Continue reading
What do 300 suns, boat hull construction, Cool Energy engines, water splitting, GaAs nanowires and piedmont North Carolina have in common? They are pieces of a green energy puzzle that students and faculty of four Piedmont Triad universities are trying … Continue reading
“When you die, God will not ask you how old the earth is. He will ask you ‘what did you do with what I gave you?’” In celebration of World Food Day, the WFU Divinity School’s Food, Faith, and Religious … Continue reading