Critterfest '18 at the Science Spectrum, June 21-24
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Lubbock?s most popular annual animal event is back again this June.
Science Says Screaming is Good For You
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Whether you're angry, scared, or in pain, it's a good thing to let out a good scream once and a while. Science says screaming is good for you.
Getting rid of that bit of unspoiled green | Next Nature Network
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When we think of nature, we think of a hen freely scratching around a bit of bright and unspoiled green. Not of a battery hen, let alone with a VR headset.
Researchers unravel the genetics of the striking
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Tiger-eye is considered a desirable trait in the Puerto Rican Paso Fino, and has not been documented to date in any breed.
CSIR UGC NET JRF Life Sciences Notification 2018 June
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CSIR UGC NET JRF Life Sciences Notification 2018 June
Genetics research verifies purity of the Mexican wolf
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In October 2015, two small minnows in the Lower Colorado River Basin?the headwater chub and the roundtail chub?were proposed for listing as threatened species under the Endangered Species Act of 1973. In April 2017, that proposal was withdrawn after new science identified the two small fish as members of the same species.
Two new creatures discovered from dawn of animal life
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UCR researchers have discovered two new Ediacaran era fossil animals. Their names honor President Barack Obama and Sir David Attenborough.
Swapping a cage for a barn: Can lab animals be studied in the wild?
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Garet Lahvis wants to study ?lab? animals in their natural environments
The Biology of Disinformation: Interview with Rushkoff, Pescovitz, and Dunagan
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Over at Mondo 2000, our old pal RU Sirius interviewed Douglas Rushkoff, Jake Dunagan, and I about the ?The Biology of Disinformation,? a new research paper we wrote for Institute for th…
CCC biology professor overcomes obstacles, finds success
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Growing up, Central Community College Biology Professor Lauren Gillespie had different views than her parents and siblings, however, these differences played a role in her becoming the first college graduate
Systems Biology Study of Alzheimer's Disease Supports Ties to Virus
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Using omics and other data, researchers performed
Researchers at USC Aiken take part in Discover USC
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During the annual Discover USC event in Columbia, 45 University of South Carolina Aiken students participated, many bringing home awards.
How to Nix Your Credit Card Debt in Less Than 3 Years
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Use these tips to find a simple, easy plan that works for you. It will motivate you to nix your credit card debt in less than 3 years.
U.S. Supreme Court Confirms That, When a Court Interprets Foreign Law, There Is No Secret Password | New York Law Journal
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The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the Second Circuit’s ruling on June 14 and held that foreign governments are not entitled to absolute deference on the construction of their own laws. [Animal Science Products v. Hebei Welcome Pharmaceutical Co. No. 16-1220.]
4-H Animal Science Camp successful
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The Wayne County 4-H program hosted an Animal Science Camp for all members on Saturday, June 3, 2018 and Sunday, June 4, 2018 at the Wayne County
UC Davis to lead national cow genomics effort
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture has awarded the University of California, Davis, $2.5 million over four years for a national cow genomics project.
Why Archaeologists Were Surprised to Find This Gibbon in a Royal Chinese Tomb
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About 2,300 years ago, a mysterious gibbon was buried with the grandmother of China's first emperor.
Science Says: What makes something truly addictive
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Now that the world?s leading public health group says too much Minecraft can be an addiction, could overindulging in chocolate, exercise, even sex, be next?
RPG Life Sciences ? Track for the long term
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The management medium term goal of Rs 1,000 crore turnover by FY22 looks like a tall task now
Autism Hope Summit: Hope with a Plan
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If you’ve ever felt frustrated or hopeless while dealing with the heartbreaking challenges of Autism, you’re not alone. More than 3.5 million Americans live with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Severe Autism diagnoses don’t need to be a living death sentence. Many of the severe symptoms of Autism can be greatly reduced, allowing these kids to?
John Deere Turf and Construction Equipment at Kauffman Stadium
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By utilizing John Deere turf and construction equipment, the teams at Kauffman Stadium and Bush Sports Turf were able to turn an idea into reality. Watch three videos that illustrate this groundskeeping transformation here.
Pedro?s Extreme Ride
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Design your motorcycle and cruise the open road in this fast-paced racing game.
New feed mill dedicated at WVU Animal Science Farm
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A brand new refurbished feed mill that was dedicated at the WVU Animal Science Farm is vital to ongoing poultry research efforts.
Wayfinders: Curriculum as a Compass
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If you love knowing stuff, learning stuff, inquiry, imagery and Moana as much as I do, then you might like the latest post on my ideas blog: "Curriculum as a Compass?". Go for the big ideas, stay for the Moana gifs.
Hubbard's Swine Research Facility a Valuable Asset
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Hubbard's new Leavenworth Livestock Research Center in Minnesota gives the company an expanded opportunity to do meaningful research around swine nutrition. The facility is a 5,000-head barn designed to house pigs from wean to finish. Two rooms offer the possibility of side by side trials in a fu
Kinetiq and KPIT Announce Strategic Life Sciences Collaboration
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SEATTLE, June 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Kinetiq and KPIT Announce Strategic Life Sciences Collaboration. KPIT and Kinetiq are partnering to enhance...
Kezar Life Sciences Announces Pricing of Initial Public Offering
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SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Kezar Life Sciences Announces Pricing of Initial Public Offering.
Caris Life Sciences Presents Data Demonstrating the Ability of ADAPT Biotargeting System to Identify Responders and Non-Responders in a Phase III Pancreatic Cancer Study
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IRVING, Texas, June 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Caris Life Sciences Presents Data Demonstrating the Ability of ADAPT Biotargeting System to Identify...
AMPLEXOR Life Sciences to Present on Holistic Big Data in Regulatory at DIA 2018 | Slator
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Join the Life Sciences division of AMPLEXOR at Booth #719 at this year’s DIA 2018 Global Annual Meeting. Our team of experts, experienced in working with Life Sciences organizations from all over the world, are available to meet and collaborate with throughout the conference.
Life Sciences disputes: Is international arbitration the future? | Lexology
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The growth of the life sciences sector has been accompanied by a corresponding growth in related disputes, which are increasingly resolved by way of?
German Society of Nature Photographers (GDT) honors Jim Brandenburg with Fritz Steiniger Award
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Press Release from the German Society of Nature Photographers (GDT) honors Jim Brandenburg with Fritz Steiniger Award in recognition ...
Communicating climate change
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Both the uncertainty inherent in scientific data, and the honesty of those scientists who report such data to any given audience, can sow doubt about the science of climate change. The perception of this duality is engrained in how the human mind works. We illustrate this through a personal experience connecting with global environmentalism, and?
Review: The Economy of Cities
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The aguanomics blog is devoted to a discussion of the economic and political factors affecting the way we manage water.
Displaced First Nations Close to Returning Home After 2011 Flooding
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Lake St. Martin, Little Saskatchewan, Dauphin River, and Pinaymootang residents are close to returning home after being displaced flooding in 2011.
Miawpukek First Nation Ends Long-Term Drinking Water Advisory
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Miawpukek First Nation has lifted a long-term drinking water advisory, bringing the total to 74 long-term DWAs on public systems on reserve.
New Agreement with First Nations to Protect Coastal Waterways in B.C.
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First Nations leaders and the Prime Minister of Canada welcome a new agreement to work together to protect coastal waterways.
The real life dino science behind Jurassic World
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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the second installment in a reboot trilogy, in which scientists create a terrifying new dinosaur hybrid -- by combining the DNA of a T. Rex and a velociraptor, among other animals.
Kinetiq and KPIT Announce Strategic Life Sciences Collaboration
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KPIT and Kinetiq are partnering to enhance advisory consulting and testing as a service (TaaS) for software solutions engagements involving compliance to various global regulations, including 21 CFR Part ...