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  • New graduates can expect to earn $45,000 to $60,000 to start, with a bachelor's degree in a new major that combines engineering with computer science, according to faculty at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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  • In the world of industry it is called the clash of the Coats and the Suits.

    In one corner, creativity-driven scientists and engineers designing consumer-friendly, problem-solving products.

  • According to researchers, the same patterns that led to the collapse of wildlife populations on land are now occurring in the sea

  • A study of the world's highest geological feature, the Tibetan Plateau, sometimes called the "roof of the world," has determined that the plateau rose to its current height much earlier than previously thought, according to a paper in the August 9

    • Red-footed booby

    A new study inspired by a working group at NCEAS estimates that almost all seabirds have eaten plastic

  • Oil well

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