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  • After school, this teen tracks climate change with NASA

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    26. April —
    Editor's Note: Liza Goldberg is a 17-year-old scientist interning at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s Biospheric Sciences Lab. Today, she shares how Google Earth Engine helps her monitor mangroves, which are ecosystems vital to the sustainability of coastal communities around the world. I (...)
  • An update on our workplace commitments

    25. April —
    Editor’s note: Today, our Chief Diversity Officer Melonie Parker sent an email to Google employees about progress made to improve our workplace. You can read the note in its entirety below. It’s been nearly six months since we announced several changes to improve our workplace. I’ve been working (...)
  • Why "healthy" materials are key to Google’s new buildings

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    25. April —
    As a New Yorker, I’m struck by California’s natural beauty. When I visit Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, I walk along the sidewalk and exclaim things like, “Is that wild sage?” (My coworkers find it amusing.)The tree-lined scenery of the San Francisco Bay Area gives some much-needed (...)
  • This National Tell a Story Day, take a page from your Assistant

    25. April —
    National Tell a Story Day is coming up this weekend (April 27th), and my day is already completely booked with plans to curl up on the couch and read with my kids. The Google Assistant is also getting in on the literary action: starting today, Tell Me a Story is available in English on your (...)
  • Get lost in the new Earth Timelapse, now on mobile

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    25. April —
    Today we’re introducing several updates to Google Earth Timelapse, a global, zoomable time-lapse video that lets anyone explore the last 35 years of our changing planet’s surface—from the global scale to the local scale. This update adds two additional years of imagery to the time-series (...)

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