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National Aquarium to use solar energy [Links Roundup]

Plus: Johns Hopkins University launches a new website focused on Ebola.

Chromis cyanea, pictured at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. (Photo by Flickr user Brian Gratwicke, used under a Creative Commons license)

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M3D, new 3D printer developer, opens in Maryland [MDBIZ News]: “Michael Armani and David Jones co-founded M3D and watched their vision rapidly materialize. Following extensive press coverage and a Kickstarter campaign that raised $3.4 million (well above its $50,000 goal), the company finalized its signature Micro Motion Technology, which powers the device.”

Hopkins launches Ebola-focused website [The Daily Record]: “Johns Hopkins University has launched a new website dedicated to Ebola, featuring news coverage, recent updates, interviews with Hopkins experts, FAQs and more.”

National Aquarium, Constellation ink 25-year solar energy deal [Baltimore Business Journal]: “The aquarium has signed a 25-year electricity supply agreement with Constellation Energy Group to buy a portion of its electricity from a new solar power plant in Cambridge.”

Companies: The National Aquarium / Bio-Rad Laboratories

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