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  • Sprawling in the heart of North Carolina's Piedmont, the Research Triangle is a metro area of about two million people. Largely suburban in nature, the
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  • Zebulon (category Research Triangle)
    Zebulon is a suburb of Raleigh, in the Research Triangle.
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  • Apex (category Research Triangle)
    Apex is a town near Raleigh in the state of North Carolina. NC 55 Comes North From Fuquay-Varina or South From Durham. US 64 Meets NC 55 In Apex and
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  • inhabited research stations. Also see Islands of the Southern Ocean The primary destinations for those visiting Antarctica will either be a research base
    29 KB (3,877 words) - 18:50, 5 January 2016
  • applicable. As many of the listed laboratories have ongoing scientific research, you need a scientific reason to visit a laboratory. Hence you need to
    37 KB (4,257 words) - 02:58, 17 January 2016
  • Durham (North Carolina) (category Research Triangle)
    Of the three cities that make up North Carolina's Research Triangle, Durham has traditionally been the grittier, more working-class one. A city of just
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  • permanent habitation on these islands aside from the personnel on the research stations. The climate is not as rough as on the Antarctic mainland: the
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  • obsolete today, and remain as museums, or sites of education. Most modern research telescopes are enormous facilities in remote areas with favorable atmospheric
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  • is a municipality at Lake Geneva, famous for the CERN (Centre européenne pour la recherche nucléaire) research facility. 46.232586.08213
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  • suit. Stanford Industrial Park was renamed Stanford Research Park in 1974. By 2005, Stanford Research Park was home to more than 150 companies in electronics
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  • Fuquay-Varina (category Research Triangle)
    Fuquay-Varina is a city of about 7,898 people (as of 2000) in North Carolina. Originally the two separate communities of Fuquay Springs and Varina, which
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  • population of about 34,000. Dimona is mostly known for the nearby nuclear research facility, which according to various unofficial publications is the home
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  • Raleigh (category Research Triangle)
    The capital of North Carolina and the largest city of the Research Triangle, Raleigh is the primary political and economic driver of the metro area. Indeed
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  • Mostly ice covered, the land areas around the sea are home to several research bases and countless numbers of seals and penguins. Macquarie Island
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  • involve a research component usually have the option of not completing the research component, and obtaining a Graduate Diploma instead. Research degrees
    36 KB (5,298 words) - 19:58, 17 September 2015
  • Marshall Islands. Although a restricted US Department of Defense missile research and testing site, and not accessible to the general public, Kwajalein is
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  • States of America. It contains quaint houses and IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center. Westchester County Airport, 240 Airport Road, White Plains
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  • Hillsborough (North Carolina) (category Research Triangle)
    Hillsborough is a town in North Carolina. Hillsborough is an incredibly historic town, important to the history of North Carolina. Before being discovered
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  • Cary (category Research Triangle)
    Cary is a town in North Carolina. It is primarily a fast-growing suburb of Raleigh, the state capital; however, in recent years it has begun to develop
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  • Nuclear tourism is travel to places connected with nuclear research and technology, places where there have been atomic explosions, or places related to
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