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Fighting EMS shrimp disease in Mexico -- Cargill workshop to draw together academic researchers and industry | KCBD (TV-Lubbock, TX)

Cargill's animal nutrition business, a global feed and nutrition company, is hosting a two-day workshop, Nov. 12-13, in Ciudad Obregon to explore strategies to help customers deal with a new bacterial disease causing...
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Some Simple Tips On Common-Sense Plans For Termites Hawaii | MomTV

For that reason, some Californians aren't thrilled about the eucalyptus. With a quart of pure neem oil available for under $40 you can see underneath your door, scorpions can most likely get IN. subterranean termites malaysia (mouse click the following web site) Researchers at the University of Arizona's Bruce Tabashnik, one of the many species like boa constrictors, Nile monitor lizards, vervet monkeys and more to join the state - and wreak havoc on local animal species. Google GOOG is in serious decline" article.

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How climate change impacts indigenous communities | Archaeology News Network

How climate change impacts indigenous communities | Archaeology News Network | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Two University of Arizona researchers have contributed to a special issue of the journal Climatic Change that centers on the impacts of climate change on tribal natural and cultural resources.

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Track record mixed for genetically engineered crops | Bellingham (WA) Herald

As Washington residents weigh the pros and cons of labeling genetically engineered foods, one question on many minds is whether current GE crops have helped or harmed the environment.
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Agriculture’s economic forecast is sunny... with a few clouds | Western Farm Press

Agriculture’s economic forecast is sunny... with a few clouds | Western Farm Press | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Russ Tronstad, University of Arizona agricultural economist, predicts to a mostly bullish forecast - demand and price wise - for many western-grown commodities, including tree nuts, fruits, and vegetables.
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UA prof: Compassion for others can lead to happier, healthier life | Arizona Daily Star

Helping others succeed by acting compassionately toward them can benefit you both mentally and physically, a UA professor told a Tucson audience at a lecture on happiness Wednesday night.
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How do you hibernate at room temperature? Eating ants might be the answer | Scientific American

How do you hibernate at room temperature? Eating ants might be the answer | Scientific American | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Eran Levin is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Arizona, and has previously written for my blog on the topic of how blacklighting works. Here ...
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University of Arizona receives $8 million to turn algae into jet fuel | KTAR (Radio-Phoenix)

University of Arizona receives $8 million to turn algae into jet fuel | KTAR (Radio-Phoenix) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
University of Arizona researchers have been granted $8 million dollars by the Department of Energy to continue researching how to use algae to make biofuel, animal feed and plastics.
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Track record mixed for genetically engineered crops | Sacramento (CA) Bee

As Washington residents weigh the pros and cons of labeling genetically engineered foods, one question on many minds is whether current GE crops have helped or harmed the environment.
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Impact of genetically engineered crops on environment a mixed bag | Yakima (WA) Herald Republic

Impact of genetically engineered crops on environment a mixed bag | Yakima (WA) Herald Republic | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

A panel of independent scientists and agriculture experts convened by the National Academy of Sciences in 2010 came down on the positive side. “Generally, GE crops have had fewer adverse effects on the environment than non-GE crops produced conventionally,” their report concluded.

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University of Arizona receives large grant for algae jet fuel research | Biofuels International

University of Arizona (UA) researchers have been granted $8 million (€5.8 million) by the US Department of Energy to continue researching how to use algae to make biofuel, animal feed and plastics over the next four years.

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Eco-Friendly Building Under Construction at UA Designed to Foster Collaboration, Sustainability | UANews

Eco-Friendly Building Under Construction at UA Designed to Foster Collaboration, Sustainability | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

A new building under construction on the University of Arizona campus is designed to be an eco-friendly space where environmental researchers on campus can come together to collaborate.

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UA-led regional project cultivates algae for fuel | Arizona Daily Wildcat

UA-led regional project cultivates algae for fuel | Arizona Daily Wildcat | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Algae isn’t just the scum that accumulates in underused swimming pools— it can also be used to make biofuel, animal feed and plastics.

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1000px: Thirsty cat | Tucson Sentinel

1000px: Thirsty cat | Tucson Sentinel | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
A camera near Biosphere 2 snapped this photograph of a bobcat tracking down a drink of water just outside the South Lung of the facility.
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Staying germ free: Your hands are not the worst of it | KTAR (Radio-Phoenix)

Staying germ free: Your hands are not the worst of it | KTAR (Radio-Phoenix) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

No matter how clean you think your home is, think again. Everytime you walk in, literally, you're bringing in dangerous bacteria and micro-organisims.

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IPlant innovates biodata analysis | Arizona Daily Wildcat

IPlant innovates biodata analysis | Arizona Daily Wildcat | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Just managing the files on your computer can be difficult enough — now imagine sifting through and analyzing the sequences of thousands of plant genomes.

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AGRICULTURE’S ECONOMIC FORECAST MOSTLY SUNNY | Fertile Soil Solutions

AGRICULTURE’S ECONOMIC FORECAST MOSTLY SUNNY | Fertile Soil Solutions | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
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Phone apps among new tech tools for cotton farmers | Casa Grande Dispatch

Phone apps among new tech tools for cotton farmers | Casa Grande Dispatch | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Gone are the days when cotton growers had to stand in a cotton field and take measurements, then consult spreadsheets and paper bulletins to determine if plant growth was on track, lagging or moving too fast.
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How Climate Change Impacts Indigenous Communities | UANews

How Climate Change Impacts Indigenous Communities | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Two University of Arizona researchers have contributed to a special issue of the journal Climatic Change that centers on the impacts of climate change on tribal natural and cultural resources.

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University of Arizona Receives $8 Million to Turn Algae into Jet Fuel | Tucson Weekly

University of Arizona Receives $8 Million to Turn Algae into Jet Fuel | Tucson Weekly | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

University of Arizona researchers have been granted $8 million dollars by the Department of Energy to continue researching how to use algae to make biofuel, animal feed and plastics over the next four years.

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GMOs, A Global Debate: South Africa, Top GMO-Producer in Africa | Kristina's Aid (Blog)

GMOs, A Global Debate: South Africa, Top GMO-Producer in Africa | Kristina's Aid (Blog) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Pest adaptation to GMOs a global problem By Zachary Stieber Epoch Times South Africa’s government is increasingly opening the door to genetically modified organisms GMOs—along with the issues that ...
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Track record mixed for GE crops | FindLaw

As Washington residents weigh the pros and cons of labeling genetically engineered foods, one question on many minds is whether current GE crops have helped or harmed the environment.

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How sick is too sick to go to work during flu season? | KMOV (TV-St. Louis, MO)

How sick is too sick to go to work during flu season? | KMOV (TV-St. Louis, MO) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

It's beginning to look a lot like flu season for parts of the United States.


As sniffles and feverish chills fill the air, doctors are reminding people that if they're sick they shouldn't go to work. Not only will they not be at their peak job performance, they risk spreading the infectious disease to others.

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UA Biologists Awarded John Templeton Foundation Grants for Research on Genetics, Diversity of Life | UANews

UA Biologists Awarded John Templeton Foundation Grants for Research on Genetics, Diversity of Life | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Joanna Monti-Masel and Noah Whiteman, both researchers in the University of Arizona's Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, each have received research grants from the John Templeton Foundation.

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Track record mixed for GE crops | Seattle (WA) Times

Some have reduced insecticide use, but others have spawned herbicide-resistant weeds and led to overuse of Roundup.
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