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An article in Physorg.com this week reported that a team of scientists from Japan and Russia believe that they may be able to produce a living woolly mammoth within the next five years by a cloning process. Key to their research will be finding an...
Vic and I searched for marine invertebrates at the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve last week. Accompanying us were 18 young men and women from the Orange County Conservation Corps. Our task was to collect a variety of marine invertebrates for docents at...
Tags: Human Interest, John Muir, Gomez (music group), Biology, Science
WEST UNION, Ohio - The Edge of Appalachia Preserve may be Ohio's greatest natural treasure. The 16,000-acre private preserve in southern Ohio is known for its beauty, its wildness and its biodiversity. The preserve stretches 12 miles north from the Ohio...
Learn and Grow Series with Art in the Garden Linda Miller, Artist and Virginia Master Naturalist, will help children 7 and older create a botanical portrait in colored pencil or watercolor from plant materials they select in the Williamsburg Botanical...
The annual Virginia Institute of Marine Science "Marine Science Day" will be held Saturday at the Gloucester Point campus from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The open house features exhibits, a parade, children's activities, seining on the York River, lab tours,...
Rachel Sereix of University School in Davie bested about 1,000 other entries to win the State Science and Engineering Fair of Florida. The sophomore's winning work was titled "Examining the Global Carbon Crisis: The Impact of Increased Carbon Dioxide on...
Proper nutrient management and application methods can save agricultural producers money on commercial fertilizer and greatly reduce their environmental impact, a North Dakota State University Extension Service specialist says. Using those methods is...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Wildlife, Fertilizer
A Fort Lauderdale-based scientist who has made a career of understanding the environment and the impact of climate change was honored as a "Champion of Change," part of President Barack Obama's Winning the Future Initiative, at an April 11 ceremony at the...
Edward A. Frieman, a leading figure in American science for decades as a researcher with wide-ranging interests, a top-level governmental advisor on defense and energy issues, and director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, has...
Orlando SentinelThe current resident sea turtles being treated at Volusia County's Marine Science Center, at Ponce Inlet, don't know it yet but a bunch of guests are coming to visit them during their hospital stay. The MSC, a rehab and exhibit facility that showcases...
Leading a tour of the Soldiers Delight area of western Baltimore County on Sunday afternoon, Paula Becker, an ecologist with Maryland's Department of Natural Resources, was pleased to report the first blooming of serpentine chickweed — a plant as...
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersMaster Gardener Barb checked in about her search for research-based information on the use of diatomaceous earth for pest management. She writes: Spring is definitely here—the bulbs are coming up, the first robins have arrived, and, on warmer days,...
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