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41 USDA Announces Funding to Improve Nearly 350 Miles of Electric Lines in Eastern Iowa USDA Office of Communications
42 Loebsack, Kinzinger Lead Bipartisan Effort to Increase Rural Communities’ Access to Wireless Broadband Vonnie Hampel
43 Rock Island Library July Tech Help Classes Conclude with Download & Device Programs Lisa Lockheart
44 Genesis Health System "Most Wired" For 12th Straight Year Craig Cooper
45 STEM Council grants ‘Seal of Approval’ to four new programs Angel Mendez
46 USDA Begins Accepting Applications from States for $100 Million Biofuels Infrastructure Partnership USDA Office of Communications
47 USDA Invests $6.7 Million in 544 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Projects Nationwide USDA Office of Communications
48 Purdue Calumet students benefit from partnership with education technology company, Seelio Emily Keller-Logan
49 New Antennas Developed at SD Mines are First to Use Phase-Changing Material to Alter Shapes, Frequencies Fran LeFort
50 Iowa State University students participate in Science with Practice undergraduate research program. Carole Custer
51 Upcoming Quad City STEM Events for Students, Parents & Volunteers The Quad City Engineering & Science Council
52 America’s Renewable Future highlights Iowa farmers’ environmental stewardship Majda Sarkic
53 Branstad, Reynolds applaud Iowa House’s passage of broadband bill Office of the Governor of the State of Iowa
54 Agriscience Fair Winners Named at 58th State Science + Technology Fair of Iowa Scott Johnson
55 Inspect, extract, and dissect at Family Science Night: Awesome Anatomy April 17th! Putnam Museum
56 NASA to Host Human Exploration Rover Challenge Christopher E. Blair
57 Loebsack Statement on EPA’s Announcement of RFS Deadline Vonnie Hampel
58 Seeking Volunteers for Upcoming STEM-related Student Events The Quad City Engineering & Science Council
59 NASA Hosts Student Rocket Fair, Helps Students Launch High-Power Rockets Angela Storey
60 Today’s Pilots Depend Too Much On Technology Ginny Grimsley