What's New in the Global Bio Sector
|April 01, 2015||Company 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, 2015||Synergetic 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, 2015||Local 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, 2015||Top 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, 2015||Scientists 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, 2015||Biomass 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, 2015||Local company files lawsuit against Biomass Plant operators|
|April 01, 2015||Prime Minister Stephen Harper to make announcement in northern New Brunswick|
|April 01, 2015||Scientists to speak about the brain|
Program to include complimentary breakfast California Lutheran University will present a free symposium at which leading scientists
|April 01, 2015||The sector, vital in Southwestern Ontario, sees more opportunities in China|
|April 01, 2015||Sask. environmental farm planning options sweetened|
|April 01, 2015||New 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, 2015||Wasting 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, 2015||Drop 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, 2015||Ferrum College uses wood chips to run new boiler system|
Ferrum College is firing up its new boiler system using biomass energy.
|April 01, 2015||EIA 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, 2015||Head injuries may prematurely age the brain|
(HealthDay News) -- Serious head injuries may lead to premature brain aging, a new British study suggests.
|April 01, 2015||Business groups urge Harper to take lead on Trans-Pacific Partnership|
|April 01, 2015||Biomass 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, 2015||Environmental farm programs enhanced|
|April 01, 2015||Federal legislation looks to aid Alzheimer's patients, families|
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|April 01, 2015||U.S. grains: Soy extends rally sparked by plantings report|
|April 01, 2015||Experimental cancer drug restores memory in mouse model of Alzheimer’s|
|April 01, 2015||We can handle the truth|
|April 01, 2015||Harper to make announcement in New Brunswick|
|April 01, 2015||Sen. Stabenow announces the HOPE for Alzheimer's Act|
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|April 01, 2015||Ash borer takes toll in Victoria Park|
|April 01, 2015||ORNL Part of New Project to Study How Tropical Forests Worldwide Respond to Climate Change|
|April 01, 2015||Ronald 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, 2015||Biologist skeptical of study warning polar bears forced ashore by global warming won’t find enough to eat|
|April 01, 2015||Basic info from cattle database will remain free|
|April 01, 2015||Head 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, 2015||Northern long-eared bat listed as threatened species as it deals with deadly fungal disease|
|April 01, 2015||In 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, 2015||NSF International Now Provides Certification to the Sustainable Biomass Partnership (SBP) Framework|
|April 01, 2015||Fruit and Vegetable Crop Weekly|
|April 01, 2015||New 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, 2015||Improve performance with a sweet treat for your cattle — afternoon-cut forage|
|April 01, 2015||MRI images may help improve Alzheimer treatments|
Images from MRI may be able to help improve Alzheimer’s treatments.
|April 01, 2015||Saving Yangtze Porpoises Can Save China (Gallery)|
Last updated: Wednesday, September 05, 2012