Displaying items by tag: July 2017

Floral ThroughwaysDisplays of flowers populating highway meridians, road embankments and adjacent green spaces are often due to...

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Last CallThe federal Endangered Species Act (ESA), passed in 1973, strengthened earlier federal protections for animals that had been nearly wiped out by...

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Healthy HoldoverThe W. Atlee Burpee home gardening company and the Burpee Foundation have contributed $2.5 million to...

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Species Die-OffEvery year, more species reach the brink of extinction and only inhabit the annals of natural history. Species that have officially disappeared forever as of...

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Bee KillersA study in the journal Nature Communications examined wild bee populations relative to the use of controversial neonic (neonicotinoid) pesticides from 1994 to 2011, and discovered that...

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Astonishing AgricultureProponents of GMO (genetically modified) food may argue that the technique is necessary because the world is running out of resources. However, agricultural...

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Rigged ResearchAn article published by the journal PLOS One reflects the opinion of researchers affiliated with France’s National Institute for Agricultural Research that a large...

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Beverage BattleAfter decades of strong growth, bottled water consumption has outpaced carbonated soft drinks to become the largest beverage category by...

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Robot JanitorsMr. Trash Wheel and Professor Trash Wheel, the solar- and hydro-powered trash interceptors cleaning up Baltimore’s inner harbor, have the ability to...

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Post-Stroke Exercise Improves Brain FunctionResearch from the University of Pittsburgh, in Pennsylvania, has established that structured physical activity following a stroke can significantly...

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