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Experts are baffled over the discovery of fossilized, three-toed dinosaur tracks that have been found in both north-central Wyoming and on Scotland's coast.
CHEYENNE, Wyo., April 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Arch Coal Foundation today announced a $1.5 million gift to the University of Wyoming's School of Energy Resources (SER) Clean Coal Technology Center.
At first, figuring out how pebble-sized rocks organize themselves in evenly-spaced patterns in sand seemed simple and even intuitive. But once Andrew Leier, an assistant geoscience professor at the U of C, started observing, he discovered that the most commonly held notions did not apply.
GE Energy and the University of Wyoming today announced an agreement to further cleaner coal technology, making coal-fired power generation more viable in America.
By Becky Orr By Becky Orr email@example.com CHEYENNE - Pat Will, a veteran music teacher is the new president of the Cheyenne Teachers Education Association. CTEA has more than 800 members, including teachers, social workers, speech pathologists, librarians and counselors.
By Becky Orr By Becky Orr firstname.lastname@example.org LARAMIE - The University of Wyoming set a record for 2007-08 by earning $78 million in research money. The funds came from state, federal and private industry grants.
By Becky Orr At his speech, Tom Buchanan said UW must work to make higher education available to everyone.
By Mary Voelz Chandler While Colorado's Front Range sulked in a cold, gray Monday, I was on a field trip above the clouds, a follow-the-numbers game of finding numerous large-scale pieces of sculpture.
Molten plume of material beneath Yellowstone cooler than expected.
By Becky Orr, Wyoming Tribune-Eagle Jun. 27--CHEYENNE -- A report says the University of Wyoming doesn't require future elementary teachers to take enough coursework to teach mathematics. And it gives the school a failing mark for its efforts to prepare elementary educators in that subject.
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