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Behind the Making of Delicious Yet Healthy Lab Grown Meat

This new technology reduces livestock greenhouse gas emissions and can help feed more mouths than traditional meat.

5 Rules For Every Business In The New Sharing Economy

The trend in the newer generations is to own less and share more.

Several North Dakota county sheriffs have made it clear they won’t enforce a new statewide mask mandate but instead work to make people aware of it.

Burgum, who advocated personal responsibility for months while refraining from a mask mandate, encouraged law enforcement and public health agencies to “prioritize education” and provide warnings, but reserve “penalties for the most egregious violations that put public health at risk.”

Debunking Three Myths about Rural America

To improve the accuracy and relevance of reporting, researchers and journalists can consider the following recommendations.

South Dakota ER nurse says some COVID-19 patients insist the virus isn’t real even as they’re dying from it, spending their final breaths ‘filled with anger and hatred’ rather than saying goodbye to their families

South Dakota is one of the nation’s worst coronavirus hot spots, but the state’s Gov. Kristi Noem has routinely played down the severity of the virus

More companies are hiring a ‘director of remote work’

As many embrace working from home, companies like Facebook are looking to hire a remote work leader.

The Dakotas are ‘as bad as it gets anywhere in the world’ for COVID-19

Both North and South Dakota now face a predictably tragic reality that health experts tell USA TODAY could have been largely prevented with earlier public health actions.

What Biden’s Plan for Universal Broadband Means for Your Business

The Biden administration has stated that it will support cities and local governments that want to build their own municipally-owned broadband networks.

Today’s TED Talk – To save the climate, we have to reimagine capitalism

Hear what a reimagined capitalism, in which companies pay for the climate damage they cause, could look like.

Startups Are Finding the Sweet Spot in a Downturn

It’s counter-intuitive for people to start new businesses in an economic downturn, but startups are prying open new market opportunities that coronavirus pandemic lockdowns have created.