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Monika Hojnisz will be one to watch this year in the biathlon. A combination of cross-country skiing and rifle shooting, the...
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Green Kids: DIY Planting Radish Seeds

Did you know for more than 2000 years people have grown and enjoyed eating radishes? A radish is a vegetable that is generally eaten raw, cooked or pickled. All parts of the plant can be eaten but the root is the most commonly eaten part of the plant. They can be grown in garden plots or in containers and they need very little space. We learned how to plant this healthy choice for your garden at Explore the Outdoors this year.

Virginia is a National Leader in Computer Science Education

It’s been a defining year for Virginia as a national leader in computer science education. At a ceremony in June at Richmond’s Franklin Military Academy, Gov. Terry McAuliffe - with the help of a robot - signed the nation’s first law mandating computer science education as a core academic requirement for all Virginia students beginning in kindergarten and continuing right through graduation.

Virginia Tech Lab Tracks and Predicts Spread of Infectious Diseases Through Populations

Thu, 08/04/2016 - 8:00am -- WCVE

For the first time ever, the CDC has issued a warning for people not to travel to an American neighborhood for fear of catching an infectious disease. For Science Matters, 88.9 WCVE’s Charles Fishburne reports.

It is a small community just outside Miami, where the ZIKA virus is being spread by local mosquitoes and Virginia Tech epidemiologist Dr. Bryan Lewis saw it coming.

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