Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions (AI Bio)
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Growing prosperity in Alberta's agriculture, food and forestry sectors
What's New in the Global Bio Sector
April 01, 2015Company sues biomass plant’s operator for breach of contract – Gainesville Sun
Company sues biomass plant's operator for breach of contractGainesville SunA local company that has been a significant fuel supplier
April 01, 2015Synergetic Sustainability Enhancement via Utilization of Carbon Dioxide as Carbon Neutral Chemical Feedstock in the Thermo-Chemical Processing of Biomass
Environmental Science & TechnologyDOI: 10.
April 01, 2015Local company files lawsuit against Biomass Plant operators – WCJB
Local company files lawsuit against Biomass Plant operatorsWCJBThe wood supplier says the most recent was being told GREC wouldn't
April 01, 2015Top Chemical Industry Contributors Honoured by CIC/SCI Canada
CIC/SCI Canada, the business forum of the Chemical Institute of Canada(CIC)/Society for Chemical Industry (SCI), hosted its annual
April 01, 2015Scientists to discuss latest brain research
California Lutheran University will present a free symposium at which scientists will talk about brain research from 8 a.m. to noon Fri.
April 01, 2015Biomass ordinance on way to Greenfield Town Council for vote – The Recorder
Biomass ordinance on way to Greenfield Town Council for voteThe RecorderIf passed, the ordinance would prohibit waste-to-energy
April 01, 2015Local company files lawsuit against Biomass Plant operators
Gainesville, Fla.
April 01, 2015Prime Minister Stephen Harper to make announcement in northern New Brunswick
April 01, 2015Scientists to speak about the brain
Program to include complimentary breakfast California Lutheran University will present a free symposium at which leading scientists
April 01, 2015The sector, vital in Southwestern Ontario, sees more opportunities in China
April 01, 2015Sask. environmental farm planning options sweetened
April 01, 2015New data allows broad view of human influence on Pacific ecosystems
As man-made threats to coral reefs mount, and interest in conserving reef ecosystems grows, scientists have turned to studying
April 01, 2015Wasting disease spreads through more western Kansas deer
Chronic wasting disease, an illness that’s 100 percent fatal in deer and elk, has spread to six new counties in southwest Kansas.
April 01, 2015Drop forest biomass burning as ‘renewable’: MFC – Echonetdaily
EchonetdailyDrop forest biomass burning as 'renewable': MFCEchonetdailyMarkets For Change is calling on federal MPs not to target
April 01, 2015Ferrum College uses wood chips to run new boiler system
Ferrum College is firing up its new boiler system using biomass energy.
April 01, 2015EIA says January biodiesel production down 1 million gallons on year
In Washington, the Energy Information Agency says that January biodiesel production fell by 1 million gallons on the year to 72
April 01, 2015Head injuries may prematurely age the brain
(HealthDay News) -- Serious head injuries may lead to premature brain aging, a new British study suggests.
April 01, 2015Business groups urge Harper to take lead on Trans-Pacific Partnership
April 01, 2015Biomass boiler supplies green energy at Ferrum College – WDBJ7
WDBJ7Biomass boiler supplies green energy at Ferrum CollegeWDBJ7The system also provides heat to 17 of the schools' buildings.
April 01, 2015Environmental farm programs enhanced
April 01, 2015Federal legislation looks to aid Alzheimer's patients, families
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April 01, 2015U.S. grains: Soy extends rally sparked by plantings report
April 01, 2015Experimental cancer drug restores memory in mouse model of Alzheimer’s
April 01, 2015We can handle the truth
April 01, 2015Harper to make announcement in New Brunswick
April 01, 2015Sen. Stabenow announces the HOPE for Alzheimer's Act
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April 01, 2015Ash borer takes toll in Victoria Park
April 01, 2015ORNL Part of New Project to Study How Tropical Forests Worldwide Respond to Climate Change
April 01, 2015Ronald Reagan's Speeches May Have Shown Early Signs Of Alzheimer's
Former President Ronald Reagan was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 1994 — five years after he left the White House — but a new study
April 01, 2015Biologist skeptical of study warning polar bears forced ashore by global warming won’t find enough to eat
April 01, 2015Basic info from cattle database will remain free
April 01, 2015Head Injuries May Prematurely Age the Brain, Study Suggests
WEDNESDAY, April 1, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Serious head injuries may lead to premature brain aging, a new British study suggests.
April 01, 2015Northern long-eared bat listed as threatened species as it deals with deadly fungal disease
April 01, 2015In Vitro Growth of Curcuma longa L. in Response to Five Mineral Elements and Plant Density in Fed-Batch Culture Systems
Plant density was varied with P, Ca, Mg, and KNO3 in a multifactor experiment to improve Curcuma longa L.
April 01, 2015NSF International Now Provides Certification to the Sustainable Biomass Partnership (SBP) Framework
April 01, 2015Fruit and Vegetable Crop Weekly
April 01, 2015New study suggests Reagan may have shown early signs of Alzheimer's while he was still president
A new study finds that tiny changes in the way President Reagan spoke over his eight years in the White House could have served as
April 01, 2015Improve performance with a sweet treat for your cattle — afternoon-cut forage
April 01, 2015MRI images may help improve Alzheimer treatments
Images from MRI may be able to help improve Alzheimer’s treatments.
April 01, 2015Saving Yangtze Porpoises Can Save China (Gallery)

Last updated: Wednesday, September 05, 2012