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Scientists are breeding super-nutritious crops to help solve global hunger - The Conversation UK



The Conversation UK
 
Scientists are breeding super-nutritious crops to help solve global hunger 
The Conversation UK
Heather Ohly works for the University of Central Lancashire and currently receives funding from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council. Nicola Lowe works for the University of Central Lancashire. She receives funding from BBSRC GHRF ...

 


SIU hosts annual Science in the South Conference - KFVS



SIU hosts annual Science in the South Conference 
KFVS
... biological sciences professor emerita from East Tennessee State University. Educators can earn up to 4.5 Professional Development Hours during the workshop. The conference closes with a reception and prize drawing at 3:30 p.m.. Cost of the workshop ...

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Battling bias - University of California



University of California
 
Battling bias 
University of California
Alejandra Rangel Valdez, a biological sciences major, enrolled in Jenness' course on a whim but found the subject matter so engaging that she plans to continue the seminar series this winter and spring. Her favorite lecture so far was on American ...

 


Scientists zoom in to watch DNA code being read - Science Daily



Science Daily
 
Scientists zoom in to watch DNA code being read 
Science Daily
The discovery of exactly how the molecular mechanism works -- published in the journal Nature -- could open up new approaches to cancer treatment. Scientists at The Institute of Cancer Research, London, captured images of molecular machinery called RNA ...
Chemistry 'Van Gogh' could help with cancer - BBC News BBC News
Scientists zoom in to watch DNA code being read | EurekAlert ... EurekAlert (press release)
Science Talk - How cancer research leads to new understandings of ... The Institute of Cancer Research (blog)

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What The China Oil Spill Means For Seafood - Fortune



Fortune
 
What The China Oil Spill Means For Seafood 
Fortune
... Kong-registered cargo ship off the coast of China on Jan. 6. Much of the oil will evaporate or burn, but scientists warn that populations of mackerel, croaker, cuttlefish, herring, shrimp, and crabs closer to the sunken wreckage where oil may still ...
Oil spill off China coast now the size of Paris WTVA
Oil spill from exploded tanker now the size of Paris Luxora Leader

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New Course in Virus Hunting - SDSU Newscenter



SDSU Newscenter
 
New Course in Virus Hunting 
SDSU Newscenter
?Viral discovery is critical for understanding how viruses evolved inside of us and in other ecosystems, and what they mean for human and ecosystem health.? A few years ago, San Diego State University computer scientist Rob Edwards made headlines when ...

 


NMSU vice president for research candidates visit campus - New Mexico State University NewsCenter



NMSU vice president for research candidates visit campus 
New Mexico State University NewsCenter
He has been vice president for research, commercialization and outreach at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi since 2012. He was interim executive director of the Lone Star UAS Center of Excellence and Innovation at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi ...

 


Think this freezing winter will mean a mosquito-free summer? Think again. - Virginian-Pilot



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Think this freezing winter will mean a mosquito-free summer? Think again. 
Virginian-Pilot
"Yeah, it's all pretty much the opposite from what people think it would be," said Michael Bentley, the National Pest Management Association's director of training and education. Bentley is based in Fairfax and is all too familiar with bug issues in ...

 


Green hawthorn delivers brilliant berries - Tallahassee.com



Tallahassee.com
 
Green hawthorn delivers brilliant berries 
Tallahassee.com
Those of you who are regular readers of this little column will probably be aware that I am not a stranger to a kayak, and that I have been plopped down inside one on several botanical excursions (all my excursions end up being botanical) in a variety ...

 


Expert in Science and Subjectivity, to Speak on ?Religion and ... - Baristanet



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Expert in Science and Subjectivity, to Speak on ?Religion and ... 
Baristanet
Robert Pollack, Ph.D., biologist, author of several books exploring the intersection of science and subjectivity, professor of Biological Sciences at Columbia University and expert in areas involving questions of science and religion, will speak on ...

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