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The climate has changed in Arizona and California. Now we are facing some tough decisions

Phoenix, Arizona—which boasts summer temperatures of 120 degrees Fahrenheit (49 degrees Celsius)—is the fastest growing large city in the country over the past decade, according to the Census Bureau. This, despite the fact that Arizona is facing dire consequences from climate change and predictions of increased heat deaths, reduced air quality, and frequent water shortages. … Read more

These 6 foods may become more popular as the planet warms

No matter how you slice it, climate change will change what we eat in the future. Today, only 13 crops provide 80 percent of the energy people consume worldwide, and about half of our calories come from wheat, corn and rice. However, some of these crops may not grow well in high temperatures, unexpected rains … Read more

Datar Cancer Genetics has announced a foray into the United States with a $250 million contract to deliver pioneering liquid biology in cancer detection.

LondonAnd May 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – Datar Cancer Genetics (“Datar”), the world’s leading cancer research organization, today announced an 250 million dollars Contract with Artemis DNA, a leading company United States of AmericaA diagnostic laboratory company that provides next-generation sequencing (NGS) genetic testing and diagnostic laboratory services for a wide range of medical specialties, including … Read more

Students learn how algae is beneficial for the future of the planet | News, sports, jobs

Photo by Fritz Bosch, a certified public accountant in New Ulm and board member of the Algae Foundation Thomas Byrne displaying a number of products containing algae. They include shampoo, soup, shoe soles, and omega-3 supplements, among other things. New Olm – Algae, often overlooked as pond scum, slime or sludge, actually has many beneficial … Read more

After 15 years of research, scientists reveal the fourth signature of superconducting transitions

Artist’s interpretation of the superconductor transition. Credit: SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory The results aimed at 15 years of investigative work aimed at understanding how these materials transition into a superconducting state where they can conduct electricity without loss. Researchers were active 35 years ago when an exciting new class of superconducting materials was found. These … Read more

Structural bioinformatics industry worldwide to 2027

Company logo Dublin, May 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Global Structured Bioinformatics market, by product and services (tools, platforms, databases and software), by molecules (proteins, RNA, DNA), by application, by end user, by region, competition outlook and opportunities, 2017-2027 “ Report added to ResearchAndMarkets.com an offer. The global structural bioinformatics market is expected to … Read more

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Using a board game to plan a changing planet

Text version of the article Two kilometers from Hawke’s Bay on New Zealand’s North Island, a dark red gate off the highway marks the entrance to the Tangoio Marae. This marai (meeting place) is where the Maori hapi (community) holds regular gatherings and celebrations. The location seems perfect: surrounded by lush green hills, near the … Read more