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Dominion’s Yorktown Oil Burning Unit to be Shut Down

Dominion’s Yorktown Oil Burning Unit to be Shut Down

The oil-burning, electricity generating unit in Yorktown has been a workhorse for Dominion Virginia Power for long. The utility which once had plans of being modernized is now being close instead, by 2020.

Fight against Ebola is long

Fight against Ebola is long

Researchers mapping the spread of Ebola for the central government said that the destructive Ebola episode clearing over three nations in West Africa is liable to last 12 to 18 months all the more, and this is any longer than expected, and could taint a huge number of individuals before it is brought under control.

Adaptive Optics Technique helped in Developing Novel Imaging Technology

Adaptive Optics Technique helped in Developing Novel Imaging Technology

Experts at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Janelia Farm Research Campus have developed a new imaging technology that corrects distortions within no time and also increases high-resolution images over large volume of tissue.

Tesla retains permission to sell cars directly in Columbus

Tesla retains permission to sell cars directly in Columbus

Tesla, one of the leading automakers in the country, will continue to retain its permission to sell its cars directly in Ohio.

In Virginia, lung cancer leads to most number of deaths due to cancer

In Virginia, lung cancer leads to most number of deaths due to cancer

Lung growth kills three times a greater number of Virginians every year than any viable malignancy.

In its soon-to-be-discharged twelve-month report, the Virginia Cancer Registry uncovered that however its rate ranks third to prostate and bosom malignancy, lung growth has far and away the most elevated death rate.

Ancient ocean found at bottom of Chesapeake Bay

Ancient ocean found at bottom of Chesapeake Bay

The stays of a salty sea old enough for dinosaurs to have suffocated in it have been discovered profound in the silt under the Chesapeake Bay.

Oldest Large Body of Ancient Seawater In The World' discovered close to Chesapeake Bay

Oldest Large Body of Ancient Seawater In The World' discovered close to Chesapea

While conducting a study out of Southern Virginia on the impact crater a new discovery was made of `the oldest large body of ancient seawater in the world.'

Ship Arrival at Space Station Delayed due to Software Problem

Ship Arrival at Space Station Delayed due to Software Problem

NASA officials have informed that software problem will result in delay of cargo ship to the International Space Station. Cygnus spacecraft built by Orbital Sciences will be captured by robotic arm of International space station, operated by astronauts.

Orbital’s Maiden Flight of Unmanned Cygnus Cargo Ship Launched

Orbital’s Maiden Flight of Unmanned Cygnus Cargo Ship Launched

On the launch of the maiden flight of Orbital Sciences Corp's unmanned Cygnus cargo ship, its Executive Vice-President Frank Culbertson termed the launch as an initial effort to support human space flight.

Increasing Dolphin Deaths Worry marine Community

Increasing Dolphin Deaths Worry marine Community

The East Coast marine community has raised concerns over increasing deaths among bottlenose dolphins in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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