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What's New in the Global Bio Sector
August 01, 2015Natural Protein Implicated in Alzheimer’s Disease May Benefit Human Health
A protein involved in the progression of Alzheimer's disease also has properties that could benefit human health, says a new research.
August 01, 2015Comment: Premiers must make up their minds on energy
July 31, 2015California governor declares emergency due to wildfires, firefighter killed
July 31, 2015Global Institute for Food Security to Lead $37.2 M Innovative Agricultural Research
July 31, 2015Space agency funds Guelph-based soil research
July 31, 2015Cellulose paper could be strong enough to replace metal
Engineers from the University of Maryland have found a way to build a stronger and tougher paper that could one day replace metal, and smaller fibers may hold the key. For a long time, engineers have sought to construct a material that’s both strong and tough.
July 31, 2015Renewable Energy Group to Present at Upcoming Investor Conferences
AMES, Iowa--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul. 31, 2015-- Renewable Energy Group About Renewable Energy Group Renewable Energy Group, Inc. is a leading North American advanced biofuels producer and developer of renewable chemicals.
July 31, 2015If Democrats win, Keystone loses
July 31, 2015Fight to save Indonesia's jungle corridors key for endangered orangutan
July 31, 2015African wildlife experts condemn killing of Cecil the lion
July 31, 2015Harper Government invests in projects to support wetland and waterfowl conservation
July 31, 2015Lamphier: Alberta oil industry needs ‘man on the moon’ vision: former executive
July 31, 2015U.S. grains: Soybean, corn futures fall; wheat mixed
July 31, 2015Harper Government invests in projects to support wetland and waterfowl cons
July 31, 2015Alberta crop report
July 31, 2015U of G genomics project gets $10.3 million
July 31, 2015Harper Government Announces Support for Health Innovation
July 31, 2015 - Edmonton, Alberta - Western Economic Diversification Canada Today, the Honourable Rona Ambrose, Minister of Health, announced three federal investments, through the Western Diversification Program (WDP), to enhance competitiveness and innovation in the health sciences sector for
July 31, 2015No More CWB
July 31, 2015Canadian Wheat Board Sold To G3 Global Grain Group, Becomes G3 Canada
July 31, 2015NASA Goddard technology helps fight forest pests
July 31, 2015Trans-Pacific Partnership talks going down to the wire
July 31, 2015Returning creek to nature
July 31, 2015Antiburp compound could reduce methane emissions from cows
A simple supplement to a cow’s feed could substantially decrease a major source of methane, a planet-warming greenhouse gas, a new study suggests.
July 31, 2015Government of Canada Supports High-Tech Innovation and Skills Training Opportunities in Western Canada - Press Release - Digital Journal
July 31, 2015Government of Canada Supports High-Tech Innovation and Skills Training Opportunities in Western Canada
July 31, 2015Ottawa Closes Sale of Canadian Wheat Board, Name Changes to G3 Canada Ltd.
July 31, 2015Defense Department Lays Out Preparations For Climate Change
It's amazing that while Republicans support the Defense Department (DoD) so passionately, they reject its conclusion that climate change is a strategic threat that must be urgently addressed.
July 31, 2015New aerodynamic test results will help heavy-duty vehicles reduce drag, fue
July 31, 2015Alberta producers tap into energy management program
July 31, 2015Looking at the record
July 31, 2015Ottawa closes book on Canadian Wheat Board
July 31, 2015Death of a lion king: Who’s the villain?
July 31, 2015Ottawa closes sale of Canadian Wheat Board, name changes to G3 Canada Ltd.
July 31, 2015TerraVerdae BioWorks reaches milestone in PHA process scale-up
TerraVerdae BioWorks Inc., an industrial biotechnology company developing advanced bioplastics and performance biomaterials from environmentally sustainable sources, recently announced that it has reached a major milestone—creation of its proprietary technology at a commercial scale.
July 31, 2015Google instant translation app adds 20 new languages
Engineers from the University of Maryland have found a way to build a stronger and tougher paper that could one day replace metal, and smaller fibers may hold the key. For a long time, engineers have sought to construct a material that’s both strong and tough.
July 31, 2015Altering Knee Abduction Angular Impulse Using Wedged Insoles for Treatment of Patellofemoral Pain in Runners: A Six-Week Randomized Controlled Trial
Determine if a change in internal knee abduction angular impulse (KAAI) is related to pain reduction for runners with patellofemoral pain (PFP) by comparing lateral and medial wedge insole interventions, and increased KAAI and decreased KAAI groups.
July 31, 2015Discovery prompts rethink on metals and Alzheimer’s disease
The find helps researchers improved know a difficult mind chemistry behind a growth of Alzheimer’s disease, a condition that affects hundreds of thousands of Australians.
July 31, 2015Ottawa closes sale of Canadian Wheat Board
July 31, 2015Vancouver fuel spill: Ship’s owners’ denial delayed response
July 31, 2015Denial by ship’s owner delayed response on Vancouver fuel spill: report

Last updated: Wednesday, September 05, 2012