I.F.’s Greg Carr featured in Public TV documentary

Idaho Falls philanthropist Greg Carr visits with Steve Burns, director of Zoo Boise and the president-elect of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, during Burns’ tour of Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park in 2014. Burns’ tour of Gorongosa will be featured in an Idaho Public Television documentary tonight at 7 on KISU, Channel 10. KATHERINE JONES / Idaho Statesman file

Gorongosa National Park is a long way away from Idaho — eight time zones and more than 10,000 miles and 24 hours of travel.

Clark County Sheriff, ISU work old murder mystery

Cortney Hulse, a graduate student at Idaho State University studying forensic anthropology, moves a bucket of spades through a tight crawl space measuring to the first excavation site Friday in Dubois. For a gallery of images, visit tinyurl.com/cold-case-dubois. Pat Sutphin / psutphin@postregister.com

A human torso left less than two feet underground in 1979 raised a lot of questions. Decades later, many have been left unanswered.

Nuke experts join in INL-organized virtual workshops

Todd Allen, INL’s deputy lab director for science and technology, talks at the Nuclear Innovation Workshop hosted by Boise State University. Courtesy INL

Idaho National Laboratory has organized six simultaneous nuclear innovation brainstorm sessions at universities around the country this week — Boise State, Oregon State, University of New Mexico, North Carolina State, Ohio State and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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