Surveys show that downhill skiing is declining in popularity, while newer outdoor sports, like freeskiing, are booming with new participants.
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Colorado Community College students will soon be able to perform online experiments, controlling specialized laboratory equipment from the comfort of their own homes.
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A new study finds Neanderthals were a lot more like humans than we previously thought.
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