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



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Scientists are breeding super-nutritious crops to help solve global hunger 
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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 ...

 


What The China Oil Spill Means For Seafood - Fortune



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What The China Oil Spill Means For Seafood 
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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 be leaking could be poisoned. ?The critical thing is to ...
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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Scientists zoom in to watch DNA code being read - Science Daily



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Scientists zoom in to watch DNA code being read 
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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)
Scientists Watch DNA Being Read In World First HuffPost UK
The Institute of Cancer Research (blog) 
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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 ... 
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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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SIUC to host science conference themed around microscopic 'water ... - The Southern



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SIUC to host science conference themed around microscopic 'water ... 
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"We went from telescopes to microscopes this year,? said Conference Coordinator Leslie Brock.

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Minority trainees are up, but not minority faculty -- ScienceDaily - Science Daily



Minority trainees are up, but not minority faculty -- ScienceDaily 
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Despite increasing numbers of underrepresented minority (URM) trainees in the biomedical sciences, there is a persistent shortage of URM faculty who are involved in basic biomedical research at medical schools. Investigators examined the entire ...

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Why don't turtles still have tail spikes? Researchers explain why tail ... - Science Daily



Why don't turtles still have tail spikes? Researchers explain why tail ... 
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In a study covering 300 million years of evolutionary history, researchers have found four necessary components to tail weapon development: size, armor, herbivory and thoracic stiffness.

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UNL College of Arts and Sciences introduces seed funding program - Daily Nebraskan



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UNL College of Arts and Sciences introduces seed funding program 
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... with non-university organizations. The new program is led by Matthew Jockers, the associate dean for research and partnerships, and Susan Rosowski, associate professor of English. Seed funding will be offered to faculty in order to help create ...

 


SDSU College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences at Black Hills Stock Show - Farm Forum



SDSU College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences at Black Hills Stock Show 
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RAPID CITY ? The SDSU College of Agriculture & Biological Sciences will host a booth at the Black Hills Stock Show that will take place January 26 through Feb. 4 at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City. The Black Hills Stock Show is a ...

 


Family of late LS 'Sam' Skaggs donates to Scripps Research Institute's $100 million fellowship campaign - KUSI



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Family of late LS 'Sam' Skaggs donates to Scripps Research Institute's $100 million fellowship campaign 
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SAN DIEGO (KUSI) ? The family of the late food and drugstore pioneer L.S. ?Sam? Skaggs made a ?lead gift? toward The Scripps Research Institute's $100 million campaign to establish fellowships for all students in its Graduate Program, which awards ...

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