What's New in the Global Bio Sector
|March 08, 2014||Tempered Optimism|
Poll results from farmers and agribusiness executives The outlook for agricultural revenues and exports remains largely positive, even in light of environ-mental and public-sector issues.
|March 07, 2014||Deer proliferation disrupts a forest's natural growth|
|March 07, 2014||Woman with Alzheimer’s missing in Berkeley|
Berkeley police are searching for a 70-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s who was reported missing Friday.
|March 07, 2014||Don't pee in the pool: science plays lifeguard|
|March 07, 2014||Snow pack levels high for Ranchland area|
|March 07, 2014||Environmentalists warn climate change could threaten winter sports|
|March 07, 2014||U.S. deadly pig virus cases on the rise|
|March 07, 2014||Electric Cars set to offer consumers a number of benefits as advocacy towards sustainable automobiles grows|
|March 07, 2014||Documents: Woman doubted elderly stranger with Alzheimer's was threat prior to Ga. shooting|
ATLANTA – The girlfriend of the man who mistakenly killed a disoriented Alzheimer's patient said she had doubts the stranger at her home was a threat just before the shooting.
|March 07, 2014||Stem cell team in Japan takes aim at Parkinson's|
|March 07, 2014||Local farmers struggling with grain backlog|
|March 07, 2014||Ontario’s politically convenient plan to revive the spring bear hunt: Walkom|
|March 07, 2014||Deer Proliferation Disrupts a Forest's Natural Growth|
|March 07, 2014||Deer feeding puts birds at risk, research shows|
|March 07, 2014||Online database to store details of chicken farmers' transactions|
|March 07, 2014||OHSU opens new stem cell research center|
Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) is opening a new Center for Embryonic Cell and Gene Therapy to study experimental treatments for Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis and a range of other conditions caused by diseased or injured cells in the human body.
|March 07, 2014||Nanomaterial May Be Future of Hard Drives|
DENVER—Most magnets shrug off tiny temperature tweaks.
|March 07, 2014||McDonald's first winner of CCA innovation award|
|March 07, 2014||Should farmers align with oil companies?|
|March 07, 2014||Canada’s rail bottleneck may see U.S. millers short of oats|
|March 07, 2014||Two new CARD research projects receive funding|
CARD researchers were recently awarded funding for three new research projects through the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
|March 07, 2014||TEG Biogas 50,000 TPA Anaerobic Digestion Food Waste Plant Commissioned in London|
By Ben Messenger Managing Editor The TEG Biogas 1.4 MW food waste to biogas anaerobic digestion facility in Dagenham, East London has now achieved handover, following an 18 month construction and commissioning period.
|March 07, 2014||Research focuses on Johne’s vaccine|
|March 07, 2014||Federal Government's Rail Transportation Measures a 'positive Step'|
|March 07, 2014||New Online Tool Helps Well Owners Understand Water Test Results|
|March 07, 2014||Despite PEDV and Other Challenges, Pig Farmers Upbeat on Future of Industry|
|March 07, 2014||Dr. Keith Fargo|
New research has found that Alzheimer's may kill as many people as Heart Disease and Cancer.
|March 07, 2014||Parkinson's Disease Foundation Calls Upon Research Professionals to Engage Patient|
SOURCE Parkinson's Disease Foundation Volunteer Network Has Track Record of Improving Trial Recruitment, Removing Research Roadblocks NEW YORK In the past five years, more than 400 research professionals have engaged PDF Research Advocates in setting research priorities, designing clinical trials
|March 07, 2014||NAWG pledges more support for GM wheat|
|March 07, 2014||U.S. millers concerned about west coast focus|
|March 07, 2014||Seed makers unravelling wheat puzzle|
|March 07, 2014||McDonald Touts Balanced Budget|
|March 07, 2014||Look back at U.S. soybeans shows genetic improvement behind increased yields|
|March 07, 2014||Public Advisory: Public Consultation Session Planned for Cartwright, Labrador|
|March 07, 2014||U.S. readies for more 'extremely tough' trade talks with Japan|
|March 07, 2014||Urgent need to study impacts of biomass burning and haze on marine ecosystems in Southeast Asia|
|March 07, 2014||Boeing Program Promotes Sustainable Fuels|
Boeing, South African Airways (SAA) and the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) are launching an initiative to expand opportunities for “smallhold” farmers in Southern Africa to grow crops that produce sustainable fuels.
|March 07, 2014||Research Team Develops Cold-Tolerant, Oil-Producing Sugarcane|
Champaign, IL—A multi-institutional team reports that it can increase sugarcane’s geographic range, boost its photosynthetic rate by 30 percent and turn it into an oil-producing crop for biodiesel production.
|March 07, 2014||SuperChar Kilns Promote Sustainability|
SuperChar biochar kilns produced by Carbon Gold, are allowing cacao growers to farm sustainably by slowing environmentally damaging ‘slash and burn’ practices, cutting carbon emissions and adding value to waste stream, the company says.
|March 07, 2014||Scientists Concerned Upcoming New Brunswick Forestry Plan will Eliminate too Much Habitat|
Last updated: Wednesday, September 05, 2012