Business and Health Reporter, Charleston Gazette
wvresearch.org — Nanooze has released its first West Virginia edition By Mackenzie Mays CHARLESTON, W.Va. - For the first time, young West Virginia students will have access to a national science magazine tailored to the state's scientists and technology research. Nanooze, a publication dedicated to getting kids excited about science - with an emphasis on nanotechnology - has released its first West Virginia edition.
wvgazette.com — State's best bridging students visit New River Gorge FAYETTEVILLE, W.Va. -- "Do you see the bars and tubes of the bridge? See the joints?" Greenbrier East High School physics and chemistry teacher Barbara McElwain asked students as she pointed to the metal beams under the New River Gorge Bridge Friday afternoon.
wvgazette.com — Theater offers all-you-can-eat popcorn CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Larry Miller topped his movie theater popcorn with butter, filled his drink cup with Sierra Mist and started back for seconds before his 2:40 p.m. showing Thursday. The 27-year-old planned to add more of the buttery, salty snack and a mixture of the lemon-lime soda with Tropicana juice on round two.
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