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Growing prosperity in Alberta's agriculture, food and forestry sectors
What's New in the Global Bio Sector
October 24, 2014Media Advisory: Free Public Lectures Featuring Jay Ingram
The Alberta Prion Research Institute is partnering with Lakeland College and Medicine Hat College to host free public lectures
October 24, 2014Clarkson University hires 9 assistant professors
POTSDAM -- Clarkson University recently hired nine assistant professors.
October 24, 2014Worms, bacteria, and micronutrients: an elegant model of our diet
Micronutrients are required in small proportions in a diet to carry out key metabolic roles for biomass and energy production.
October 24, 2014Soil workshops coming up in the Peace
October 24, 2014Ohio warns hunters about rare deer disease
Chronic Wasting Disease was recently identified in a deer in Holmes County.
October 24, 2014Scientists Convert Human Skin Cells Into Brain Cells
For the first time, scientists have converted human skin cells directly into a type of brain cell affected by Huntington's disease, a
October 24, 2014Fabien Cousteau: What I learned from spending 31 days underwater
October 24, 2014Cold Sore Virus Linked To Higher Alzheimer's Risk
The virus that causes cold sores may be linked to an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease.
October 24, 2014Study shows no lead pollution in oilsands region
New research from a world-renowned soil and water expert at the University of Alberta reveals that there's no atmospheric lead pollution
October 24, 2014NIH Announces Grants for Frontotemporal Degeneration Research
The National Institutes of Health will award three large, five-year projects on a specific form of dementia, known as
October 24, 2014Leading Researchers Join Biogen Idec (BIIB) To Advance Drug Discovery For Neurodegenerative Diseases
Leading Researchers Join Biogen Idec (BIIB) To Advance Drug Discovery For Neurodegenerative Diseases CAMBRIDGE, Mass.
October 24, 2014ISIS-inspired attacks in America would likely ignite enormous backlash
That headline is speculative, however analyze the situation.
October 24, 2014New study: Walnuts may prevent Alzheimer's
Walnuts may be the key to preventing Alzheimer's disease, suggests a new study.
October 24, 2014How can we help endangered vultures?
October 24, 2014Alzheimer’s study needs seniors
Healthy seniors who are 65 years and older can sign up to participate in a TOMMORROW clinical trial that is studying the earliest stages
October 24, 2014Wood Resources International LLC: Pellet exports from North America to Europe has plateaued in 2014 with Canadian shipments declining and exports from the US South continuing upward
Wood Resources International LLC: Pellet exports from North America to Europe has plateaued in 2014 with Canadian shipments declining
October 24, 2014Developing a sustainable living may require urban agriculture
October 24, 2014Acousto-optic tunable filter technology for balloon-borne platforms
October 24, 2014ALS is a protein aggregation disease, research shows
October 24, 2014PURDUE RESEARCHERS UNCOVER STRUCTURE OF ENZYME THAT MAKES PLANT CELLULOSE
Source: Purdue University news release Purdue researchers have discovered the structure of the enzyme that makes cellulose, a finding
October 24, 2014What are EMF/ELF's and How Do We Protect Ourselves Against Them? Part 1 of 2
(Before It's News) ***Fundraising status: We still have a balance on our deficit of $180 which is still quite a bit for us, especially
October 23, 2014Local deer hunt data not collected, but indicators point to successes
Wildlife officials reported good success rates in Utah for last weekend’s deer hunt opener, but no specific information was tracked on
October 23, 2014Upside likely limited for rising feed barley market
October 23, 2014Plant science aims to help with world hunger
October 23, 2014Amendments to Mines Act increases time allocated for investigation
October 23, 2014Harper Government Introduces Legislation to Strengthen Canada's Arctic Research Potential
October 23, 2014Amendments to Mines Act
October 23, 2014'Stop the Toxic Treadmill': EPA Sued for Approving Controversial Herbicide
Published on Thursday, October 23, 2014 by Common Dreams 'Stop the Toxic Treadmill': EPA Sued for Approving Controversial Herbicide
October 23, 2014Full Sail Partners Hires Peter Nuffer as Director of Product Development to Facilitate Deltek Vision Customization
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October 23, 2014Global biotechnology event returns to Montreal next year
October 23, 2014Minister visits with Selkirk students: Wants to catch up with tech sector in the Kootenays
October 23, 2014EP Minerals, LLC Launches AgReady, the All-Natural High Performance Fertilizer Carrier for Maximum Agricultural Crop Production
Exclusive diatomaceous earth products and traditional clay blending products improve water absorption and flow of nutrients to crops,
October 23, 2014Waste, an alternative source of energy to petroleum
The development of sustainable refineries is the focus of recent research, where it is possible to produce fuels and raw
October 23, 2014Halifax Pop Explosion HPX: Day two, in words
October 23, 2014Cambrian Innovation Wins Three Prestigious Contracts for Breakthrough Biotechnologies
BOSTON --(Business Wire)-- Cambrian Innovation, a water and bioenergy technology provider, today announced that it has won
October 23, 2014Another deer is found with CWD in Jefferson Co.
Harrisburg — The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has discovered another captive deer with chronic wasting disease.
October 23, 2014Farm groups ask province to explore separating business risk programs
October 23, 2014Alzheimer’s can’t stop love of singing
Emeritus at Liberal Springs Activity Director Katelynn Draper, left, sings with resident Elda Jacobs recently.
October 23, 2014GFO: 2015 Research Projects Sought
October 23, 2014Walnuts Might Slow Onset of Alzheimer's
iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Walnuts are not everyone’s cup of tea but even those who aren’t fans of the nut can’t ignore some

Last updated: Wednesday, September 05, 2012