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A Candidate With Low Poll Numbers, But High Hopes

wnyc.org — Dr. Doug Butzier died on duty this week. He was 59 and crashed in his own small plane flying home to Dubuque, Iowa. Doug Butzier was a former paramedic who put himself through medical school and became chief of the emergency room and medical staff at Mercy Medical Center and the Dubuque Fire Department.

A Candidate With Low Poll Numbers, But High Hopes

wabe.org — Dr. Doug Butzier died on duty this week. He was 59 and crashed in his own small plane flying home to Dubuque, Iowa. Doug Butzier was a former paramedic who put himself through medical school and became chief of the emergency room and medical staff at Mercy Medical Center and the Dubuque Fire Department.

Robot Bees Could Assist With Tricky Rescue Operations

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Robot Bees Could Assist With Tricky Rescue Operations

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A Candidate With Low Poll Numbers, But High Hopes

wvpublic.org — Dr. Doug Butzier died on duty this week. He was 59 and crashed in his own small plane flying home to Dubuque, Iowa. Doug Butzier was a former paramedic who put himself through medical school and became chief of the emergency room and medical staff at Mercy Medical Center and the Dubuque Fire Department.

A Candidate With Low Poll Numbers, But High Hopes

news.stlpublicradio.org — Dr. Doug Butzier died on duty this week. He was 59 and crashed in his own small plane flying home to Dubuque, Iowa. Doug Butzier was a former paramedic who put himself through medical school and became chief of the emergency room and medical staff at Mercy Medical Center and the Dubuque Fire Department.

Robot Bees Could Assist With Tricky Rescue Operations

wnyc.org — Robert Wood, an electrical engineer at Harvard's Microrobotics Lab, is engineering colonies of RoboBees. They don't sting, and they can be used for surveillance or crop pollination.

A Candidate With Low Poll Numbers, But High Hopes

npr.org — Dr. Doug Butzier died on duty this week. He was 59 and crashed in his own small plane flying home to Dubuque, Iowa. Doug Butzier was a former paramedic who put himself through medical school and became chief of the emergency room and medical staff at Mercy Medical Center and the Dubuque Fire Department.

Robot Bees Could Assist With Tricky Rescue Operations

npr.org — Robert Wood, an electrical engineer at Harvard's Microrobotics Lab, is engineering colonies of RoboBees. They don't sting, and they can be used for surveillance or crop pollination.

Robot Bees Could Assist With Tricky Rescue Operations

kuow.org — Copyright 2014 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.
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Oct 19, 2014

Family had to tell me tonight, "Step away from the risotto, Mr. Simon..."

Oct 19, 2014

@carlabond @lizzieohreally @CoryBooker I am sorry to hear this. Some shattered souls just can't imagine genuine niceness.

Oct 18, 2014

This week's essay on how candidates with low poll numbers can leave an impression in life: n.pr/1DliIVF

Oct 18, 2014

Up ahead: how a little boy born w/ cerebral palsy helped his parents see more deeply into life; then Shaky Graves's new duo.

Oct 18, 2014

Very strong story now from @anderskelto on the challenge of Ebola--even after they survive.

Oct 18, 2014

RT @ElisCheesecake: Supporting Fall Clean-up of Seneca Park/Eli's Playground & Lake Shore Park with @ElisCheesecake @Starbucks http://t.co/…

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