By Cyndie Shearing As the old saying goes, "Good things come in threes." For Curtis and Emily Van Grouw of Hull, Iowa, the recent birth of their son and starting a new business in late January are two monumental “good things” to be thankful for – the third remains to be seen. After years of […]
As climate change spreads across America, some areas are getting wetter and others hotter and drier. A new study of the yellow warbler, a widespread migratory songbird, shows that individuals have the same climatic preferences across their migratory range. The work will be published on February 17th in Ecology letters. "What is amazing is that […]
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If vaccination efforts increase and the economy shows signs of recovery, Texas A&M AgriLife The staff tabulates the impact of COVID-19 on the U.S. pet care products market. At the forefront of the effort is Texas A&M University Cross-border threat screening and supply chain defense, CBTS, Department of Homeland Security, DHS, Competence Center. The two […]
Spalding-based Oppermans Plants flourished last year after the range of deciduous houseplants was developed.
Alex Opperman from Oppermans in Spalding said last year that the kindergarten was successful after developing its range of deciduous houseplants.
Investigators released a global survey of aircraft mammal attacks and found that events had increased by up to 68% annually. More mammals were hit during the landing phase of an aircraft's rotation than any other phase Mammal rating. When analyzing published information and mammalian strike data from national aviation authorities in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, […]
When an unknown caller called EPFL professor Johan Gaume's cell phone at the beginning of October 2019, he could hardly imagine that he would face one of the greatest secrets in Soviet history. On the other end of the line, a New York Times journalist asked for his expert insight into a tragedy that occurred […]
When you think of mushrooms, what comes to mind may be a crucial ingredient in a recipe, or its amazing ability to break down dead organics into vital nutrients. New research from Shuhai Xiao, Professor of Earth Sciences at Virginia Tech College of Science, and Tian Gan, Ph.D. The student at the Xiao laboratory highlights […]
Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) is committed to planting 25 million new trees over the next 12 months, the equivalent of five new trees for every person in Scotland.