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A professor worried no one would read an algae study. So she had it put to music

Professors and students at the University of South Florida mapped pitch, rhythm and duration to data about algae blooms and depletion of coral reefs to create an original composition.

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A professor worried no one would read an algae study. So she had it put to music

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Health Care

Unhoused people kicked off Medicaid in Montana

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Unhoused people kicked off Medicaid in Montana

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