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The Importance of Social Media For SEO

The Importance of Social Media For SEO | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

"SEO and use of Social Media are essential to success. On their own, they’re only a piece of the puzzle, and only doing one may not produce the results you want".

 

SEO, or search engine optimization, is a form of marketing through which a company’s website, or piece of content on a website, reaches a higher ranking on search engines to maximize visibility to consumers thereby creating a higher probability of traffic, which can later translate to sales and/or interaction depending on your business goals.

 

This is accomplished through creation of “do follow” links within a number of different arenas. While there’s more to making a web-based company successful than just good SEO, it is a very important part of getting clicks and page views.

 

Read More: http://www.thenextwomen.com/2013/04/18/introduction-seo-online-marketing-strategy


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2 sides of the same coin: SEO for inbound and SMO for outbound. Although both have the capability to generate leads. They are better used side by side as compliments. With SEO making the sites searchable and SMO interacting with clients in this ever-evolving digital marketing space.

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Prawn vs Shrimp , are they same or different? - prawnVSshrimp.com

Prawn vs Shrimp , are they same or different? - prawnVSshrimp.com | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Prawn vs Shrimp, are they same or different? They are very much same in appearance, they have many things in common, but biologically they are different.

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Save and Reuse Pickle Juice for Your Next Cocktail

Save and Reuse Pickle Juice for Your Next Cocktail | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Whenever you have a tasty jar of pickles, don't just pour the leftover juice down the drain. Instead, consider saving it and using it in your next mixed drink.

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PHILIPPINES: Algae Master Plan for the Philippines

PHILIPPINES: Algae Master Plan for the Philippines | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

Work is underway to create a five-year plan to be used as a roadmap for developing commercial uses for Philippine strains of microalgae. Known as the Algae Research and Commercialization Master Plan, one of the plan’s primary pathways leads to development of microalgae as aquafeeds.

 

This year, the Philippine Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCAARRD) released P10 million to start off the National Aquafeeds Research and Development Program. About 60 species of microalgae have already been screened for food and aquaculture In the Philippines.

 

The University of the Philippines (UP) Los Baños, and UP in the Visayas, are working with the Bohol Island State University to develop feed formulations using microalgae, seaweeds and seaweed by-products, and water hyacinth as possible protein sources. The feeds come in various forms: algal paste, nutrient concentrates, and as floating and sinking pellets. These will be field-tested on milkfish, shrimps, and tilapia.

 

Through the algae masterplan, the country is in a bid to develop at least five local strains of microalgae for the world market for algal products: Chlorella vulgaris, Isochrysis, Nannochloropsis spp., Tetraselmis spp., and Spirulina platensis.

 

Other than feed development, the algae masterplan will direct algal research towards germplasm collection, preservation and maintenance, processing, and value-adding for production of bioactive compounds, nutraceuticals and functional foods, nanomaterials, crop protectants and algal polysaccharides; and development of high-rate algal production systems including design and local fabrication of photobioreactors.

 

The Philippines Congressional Committee on Science, Technology and Engineering (COMSTE) has identified the masterplan as one of their six Science and Technology (S&T) Innovation Clusters. The S&T innovation cluster concept involves strategic alliances among academic institutions, research consortia, private and foreign companies, and government funding institutions to deliver technologies that would fuel fledging industries towards global competitiveness.

 


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PHILIPPINES: Algae Master Plan for the Philippines

PHILIPPINES: Algae Master Plan for the Philippines | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

Work is underway to create a five-year plan to be used as a roadmap for developing commercial uses for Philippine strains of microalgae. Known as the Algae Research and Commercialization Master Plan, one of the plan’s primary pathways leads to development of microalgae as aquafeeds.

 

This year, the Philippine Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCAARRD) released P10 million to start off the National Aquafeeds Research and Development Program. About 60 species of microalgae have already been screened for food and aquaculture In the Philippines.

 

The University of the Philippines (UP) Los Baños, and UP in the Visayas, are working with the Bohol Island State University to develop feed formulations using microalgae, seaweeds and seaweed by-products, and water hyacinth as possible protein sources. The feeds come in various forms: algal paste, nutrient concentrates, and as floating and sinking pellets. These will be field-tested on milkfish, shrimps, and tilapia.

 

Through the algae masterplan, the country is in a bid to develop at least five local strains of microalgae for the world market for algal products: Chlorella vulgaris, Isochrysis, Nannochloropsis spp., Tetraselmis spp., and Spirulina platensis.

 

Other than feed development, the algae masterplan will direct algal research towards germplasm collection, preservation and maintenance, processing, and value-adding for production of bioactive compounds, nutraceuticals and functional foods, nanomaterials, crop protectants and algal polysaccharides; and development of high-rate algal production systems including design and local fabrication of photobioreactors.

 

The Philippines Congressional Committee on Science, Technology and Engineering (COMSTE) has identified the masterplan as one of their six Science and Technology (S&T) Innovation Clusters. The S&T innovation cluster concept involves strategic alliances among academic institutions, research consortia, private and foreign companies, and government funding institutions to deliver technologies that would fuel fledging industries towards global competitiveness.

 


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Other than feed development, the algae masterplan will direct algal research towards germplasm collection, preservation and maintenance, processing, and value-adding for production of bioactive compounds, nutraceuticals and functional foods, nanomaterials, crop protectants and algal polysaccharides; and development of high-rate algal production systems including design and local fabrication of photobioreactors.

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Bionanotechnology: Progressively Thinner Layers Of Chitin Make Metallic Beetles Shine

Bionanotechnology: Progressively Thinner Layers Of Chitin Make Metallic Beetles Shine | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

A team of researchers at the University of Costa Rica has found that the beetles' metallic appearance is created by the unique structural arrangements of many dozens of layers of exo-skeletal chitin in the elytron, a hardened forewing that protects the delicate hindwings that are folded underneath.

 

The beetles were captured in the University of Costa Rica's Alberto Brenes Mesén Biological Reserve, a tropical rainforest environment. "The metallic appearance of these beetles may allow them to be unnoticed, something that helps them against potential predators," says physicist and study leader William E. Vargas. The surface of their elytra "reflects light in a way that they look as bright spots seen from any direction," he explains. "In a tropical rainforest, there are many drops of water suspended from the leaves of trees at ground level, along with wet leaves, and these drops and wet leaves redirect light by refraction and reflection respectively, in different directions. Thus, metallic beetles manage to blend with the environment."

 

To interpret the cause of this metallic look, Vargas and his team assumed that a sequence of layers of chitin appears through the cuticle, with successive layers having slightly different refractive indices.. In these beetles, the cuticle, which is just 10 millionths of a meter deep, has some 70 separate layers of chitin—a nitrogen-containing complex sugar that creates the hard outer skeletons of insects, crabs, shrimps, and lobsters. The chitin layers become progressively thinner with depth, forming a so-called "chirped" structure.

 

"Because the layers have different refractive indices," Vargas says, "light propagates through them at different speeds. The light is refracted through—and reflected by—each interface giving, in particular, phase differences in the emerging reflected rays. For several wavelengths in the visible range, there are many reflected rays whose phase differences allow for constructive interference. This leads to the metallic appearance of the beetles."

 

This is similar to the way in which a prism breaks white light into the colors of the rainbow by refraction, but in the case of these beetles, different wavelengths, or colors of light are reflected back more strongly by different layers of chitin. This creates the initial palette of colors that enable the beetles to produce their distinctive hues. The mystery the researchers still needed to understand in more detail, however, was how the beetles could so perfectly create the structure causing the brilliant metallic tones of silver and gold.

 

Using a device they specially designed to measure the reflection of light when it strikes the curved surface of the beetles' elytra, Vargas and his colleagues found that as light strikes the interface between each successive layer (the first interface being the boundary between the outside air and the top chitin layer), some of its energy is reflected and some is transmitted down to the next interface. "This happens through the complete sequence of interfaces," Vargas says.

 

Because a portion of the light is reflected, it combines with light of the exact same wavelength as it passes back through layer upon layer of chitin, becoming brighter and more intense. Ocean waves can exhibit the same behavior, combining to produce rare but powerful rogue waves. In the case of the beetles, this "perfect storm" of light amplification produces not only the same colors but also the striking sheen and glimmer that we normally associate with fine jewelry.


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The Surprising Gut Microbes of African Hunter-Gatherers | Science | WIRED

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In Western Tanzania tribes of wandering foragers called Hadza eat a diet of roots, berries, and game. According to a new study, their guts are home to a microbial community unlike anything that's been seen before in a modern human population -- providing, perhaps, a snapshot of what the human gut microbiome looked like before our ancestors figured out how to farm about 12,000 years ago.

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6 Ways the Food Industry Tricks You Into Eating Garbage

6 Ways the Food Industry Tricks You Into Eating Garbage | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

1  We tend to give the food industry a pass. And we absolutely should not.


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TAROT ..MYSTICISM

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Forensic Anthropology: Bone Whispering featuring Kari Bruwelheide

Forensic Anthropology: Bone Whispering featuring Kari Bruwelheide | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

Kari Bruwelheide is a Forensic Anthropologist and Physical Anthropologist at the National Museum of Natural History. Join her in understanding what skeletons can tell you about how people lived and died. Probe into the mysteries contained in human bones. See the sophisticated technologies being used to extract information from bones, and think about what technologies might enhance the study of bones in the future. Consider what an old skeleton reveals about  people and places of the past. Learn how Kari is analyzing skeletal remains in conjunction with historical records and other artifacts to recreate a picture of human life in the Colonial Chesapeake.


Watch Smithsonian Science How? live webcasts with Kari Bruwelheide, February 27 at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. EST.


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GM Salmon Threaten Already-Declining Fish Populations - The Epoch Times

GM Salmon Threaten Already-Declining Fish Populations - The Epoch Times | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

“GM Salmon Threaten Already-Declining Fish Populations The Epoch Times The commercialization of genetically modified (GM) salmon could push wild salmon species over the brink of extinction, warns marine ecologist Gerry Goeden in an article published...”


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EVENT: 13-15 November 2014, Volos, Greece - 1st International Congress on Applied Ichthyology and Aquatic Environment (HydroMedit 2014)

EVENT: 13-15 November 2014, Volos, Greece - 1st International Congress on Applied Ichthyology and Aquatic Environment (HydroMedit 2014) | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

Paper submission deadline extended to July 7, 2014 (http://hydromedit2014.apae.uth.gr/index.php/en/bstracts-3/online-submission)



The Department of Ichthyology and Aquatic Environment, School of Agricultural Sciences, University of Thessaly and the Panhellenic Society of Technologists Ichthyologists (PASTI) organize the: 1st INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF APPLIED ICHTHYOLOGY & AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT - HydroMedit 2014 - Volos 13-15 November 2014

The Department of Ichthyology and Aquatic Environment, School of Agricultural Sciences, University of Thessaly, decided instead of organising the “5th International Symposium on Hydrobiology & Fisheries” to proceed in collaboration with the “Panhellenic Society of Technologists Ichthyologists (PA.S.T.I.)” to a jointly organised series of congresses called «International Congress on Applied Ichthyology and Aquatic Environment – “HydroMedit”». The Congress is the evolution of the “5th International Symposium on Hydrobiology & Fisheries”, and the “6th International Congress on Aquaculture, Fisheries Technology and Environmental Management - AquaMedit 2014” aiming to establish a more enhanced and multidisciplinary International Congress.

 

The «1st International Congress on Applied Ichthyology and Aquatic Environment – “HydroMedit 2014”» will be held in Volos, on 13-15 November 2014, and the «2nd International Congress on Applied Ichthyology and Aquatic Environment – “HydroMedit 2016”» will be held at Mesolonghi, on 10-12 November 2016.


The Organising Committee consists of: Neophitou Christos Professor UTH (Chairman), Vlachos Nicholaos Μember BD PASTI, Exadactylos Athanassios Assistant Professor UTH, Mantzafleri Niki Μember PASTI, Panagiotaki Panagiota Associate Professor UTH, Skordas Konstantinos Lecturer UTH, Tsoumani Miranda Gener. Secret. BD PASTI, Chatziefstathiou Michael President AC PASTI, and, Tziantziou Lambrini Techn. Staff UTH (Secretariat).

 


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Evolution of Consciousness triggered by Solar flares? - Guardian Express

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Evolution of Consciousness triggered by Solar flares? Guardian Express According the the yogis of ancient India, the human vehicle contains at least 7 major energy vortexes that correlate to levels of consciousness.


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40 Beautiful And Amazing Aquatic Life Photos - Noupe Design Blog

40 Beautiful And Amazing Aquatic Life Photos - Noupe Design Blog | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

Clown triggerfish Underwater Anenome like a rubber ball The Jetty Meeting Of The Jelly Fish Eel Amphiprion ocellaris Silhouette of caretta Nautilus Anthozoa Sea Dragon...


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Shrimp vs Prawn : Differences - prawnVSshrimp.com

Shrimp vs Prawn : Differences - prawnVSshrimp.com | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Shrimp vs Prawn, everybody think they are the same because of appearance, they have many things in common, but biologically they are different.

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The Surprising Gut Microbes of African Hunter-Gatherers | Science | WIRED

The Surprising Gut Microbes of African Hunter-Gatherers | Science | WIRED | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
In Western Tanzania tribes of wandering foragers called Hadza eat a diet of roots, berries, and game. According to a new study, their guts are home to a microbial community unlike anything that's been seen before in a modern human population -- providing, perhaps, a snapshot of what the human gut microbiome looked like before our ancestors figured out how to farm about 12,000 years ago.

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Save and Reuse Pickle Juice for Your Next Cocktail

Save and Reuse Pickle Juice for Your Next Cocktail | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Whenever you have a tasty jar of pickles, don't just pour the leftover juice down the drain. Instead, consider saving it and using it in your next mixed drink.

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Deep Sea Goblin Shark

Deep Sea Goblin Shark | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

Form may follow function, but it does not always have to be pretty. While the goblin shark is well adapted for its deep-sea habitat, some people have referred to this fish as “the ugliest living shark.” Still others liken it to an alien from outer space. Its mostly pink body contains soft, flabby flesh. Perhaps its most distinguishing feature is its uniquely shaped head. The shark’s beak-like snout protrudes like a trowel, making it perfect for investigating muddy ocean bottoms. When the goblin shark retracts its jaws, the snout looks more like a really long, pink nose. Since this shark frequents deep waters, sunshine does not provide much light at such levels. The goblin shark, therefore, has very small eyes, and must often rely on its other senses for detecting predators and prey, as well as for directing movements.

 

Feeding Habits: The diet of goblin sharks consists of crabs, deep sea fishes, shrimps and other organisms within its habitat, which covers regions offJapan, Australia, Portugal and South Africa, as well as portions of the Atlantic Ocean. Its teeth are shaped like long needles that the shark can manipulate like a grasping claw. Locating meals may be tricky, but once prey is detected, it stands little chance of escape as soon as the goblin shark sinks in its teeth.


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Mantis shrimps have the world's best eyes equipped with 16 different types of photo receptors

Mantis shrimps have the world's best eyes equipped with 16 different types of photo receptors | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
As humans, we experience an amazing world of colour, but what can other animals see? Some see much more than us, but how they use this vision is largely unknown.

 

We see what we see because our eyes have three photoreceptors, red, green and blue. Our vision is good compared to dogs which have only two photoreceptors (green and blue), but is nothing compared to many birds who have four photoreceptors: ultraviolet (UV) as well as red, green and blue.

The addition of a UV photoreceptor is hard to imagine, but if we consider invertebrate vision it gets even more mind-boggling. Butterflies have five photoreceptors, providing them with UV vision and an enhanced ability to distinguish between two similar colors.

Octopuses do not have color vision but they can detect polarized light. The closest humans come to seeing polarized light is by wearing polarized sunglasses.

But this is not the end of the story. Mantis shrimp vision puts everything else to shame. These marine crustaceans may be well-known for their record breaking punch (the same acceleration as a .22 calibre bullet), but they also hold the world record for the most complex visual system. They have 16 photoreceptors and can see UV, visible and polarized light and probably much more. In fact, they are the only animals known to detect circularly polarized light, which is when the wave component of light rotates in a circular motion. They also can perceive depth with one eye and move each eye independently. It's impossible to imagine what mantis shrimp see and incredible to think about.

Mantis shrimp have compound eyes that are made up of tens of thousands of ommatidia (elements containing a cluster of photoreceptor cells, support cells and pigment cells) much like flies. In the species with spectacular vision, Gonodactylids and Lysiosquillids, the middle of the eye has six rows of modified ommatidia called the mid-band. This is where the magic happens.


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We see what we see because our eyes have three photoreceptors, red, green and blue. Our vision is good compared to dogs which have only two photoreceptors (green and blue), but is nothing compared to many birds who have four photoreceptors: ultraviolet (UV) as well as red, green and blue.

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Black death was not spread by rat fleas, say researchers

Black death was not spread by rat fleas, say researchers | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Evidence from skulls in east London shows plague had to have been airborne to spread so quickly

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Tweet from @ScienceWTF

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During this experiment, spiders were exposed to a variety of drugs to help determine their effect on the brain. http://t.co/vLkRYPY2jl


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Tarot readings

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Large selection of shockingly accurate tarot readings and rune readings, featuring live events and frieldly chat room.

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As life becomes more complicated, so our need of answers grows. So, considering the fact that we need all sorts of answers and information, why not take into consideration also tarot readings? The experts at Fortunes Now have a deep knowledge of how to analyse tarot cards in search of answers. Whether you want to participate at a free tarot reading or you want to consult your astrology chart on personal security, all you have to do is make a request in this sense. Free tarot readings can be accessed by simply creating an account and becoming a member on their platform. More than that, you can participate at various discussions regarding certain topics on their chat. From the strengths you didn’t know you had to the barriers that stand before your goals, these tarot cards can give you a multitude of answers. Add the friendly interface and the welcoming attitude of this team and you have no reasons not to pay them a visit…at least once in a while!

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Behind The Scenes Technology: Why don't more companies use design anthropology?

Behind The Scenes Technology: Why don't more companies use design anthropology? | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it

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Uh maybe because it's just human-centred design and the IDEO model will do

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Seafood industry under threat from climate change and ocean acidification – global reduction of CO2 emissions required to safeguard future | Aquaculture Directory

Seafood industry under threat from climate change and ocean acidification – global reduction of CO2 emissions required to safeguard future | Aquaculture Directory | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
A new briefing issued today distils the key findings from the recently released Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Fifth Assessment Report and reveals the growing threat of climate change and acidification to marine resources.

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DNA from the Beginning - An animated primer of 75 experiments that made modern genetics.

DNA from the Beginning - An animated primer of 75 experiments that made modern genetics. | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Discover the concepts and experiments that define the fields of genetics and molecular biology. This animated primer features the work of over 100 scientists and researchers.

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Evolution of Consciousness triggered by Solar flares? - Guardian Express

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Evolution of Consciousness triggered by Solar flares? Guardian Express According the the yogis of ancient India, the human vehicle contains at least 7 major energy vortexes that correlate to levels of consciousness.


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are you a LUNATIC?   planets .....chakras and you .

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