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MPNnow.com
Event inspires a new generation in agriculturegreat way to broaden students’ view of what careers in agriculture can offer.Co
Event inspires a new generation in agriculture
MPNnow.com / Posted 3 days ago
great way to broaden students’ view of what careers in agriculture can offer.Cornell University alone has 22 majors in its College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; they run the gamut from Environmental Engineering to Atmospheric Science,... Read more
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The Verge
How the world’s chillest bacteria make iceabout what the bacteria’s ice-making proteins were actually doing. Boris Vinatz
How the world’s chillest bacteria make ice
The Verge / Posted 6 days ago
about what the bacteria’s ice-making proteins were actually doing. Boris Vinatzer, a plant pathologist at Virginia Tech’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who’s studied P. syringae for years, says that’s one of the study’s major flaws. "It... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
MSU Earth Day observance to debut new bike repair stationsright now, but breakdowns on bikes happen all the time, all over campus." For
MSU Earth Day observance to debut new bike repair stations
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 6 days ago
right now, but breakdowns on bikes happen all the time, all over campus." For complete information on the landscape architecture and landscape contracting academic programs in MSU's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, see lalc.msst... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Course gives look at Legislatureusing the Vermont state Legislature as a learning laboratory,� said Richard Wat
Course gives look at Legislature
Rutland Herald / Posted 8 days ago
using the Vermont state Legislature as a learning laboratory,� said Richard Watts, research assistant professor in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. As a part of the course, senior Rachel Peck and first-year student Emily von Weise... Read more
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Daily Mail
Bed bugs have developed thick 'skin' to prtoect against insecticidesbecause it is resistant to a common insecticide, scientists warn Assistant pro
Bed bugs have developed thick 'skin' to prtoect against insecticides
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
because it is resistant to a common insecticide, scientists warn Assistant professor Troy Anderson, from Virginia Tech College of Agriculture and Life Sciences said: 'While we all want a powerful tool to fight bed bug infestations, what we are... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Agent promotes education and relationship with producersare also a liaison between farmers and North Carolina State University. Coopera
Agent promotes education and relationship with producers
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
are also a liaison between farmers and North Carolina State University. Cooperative Extension is the outreach arm of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at N.C. State and the School of Agriculture at North Carolina A&T State... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Agent promotes education and relationship with producersare also a liaison between farmers and North Carolina State University. Coopera
Agent promotes education and relationship with producers
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
are also a liaison between farmers and North Carolina State University. Cooperative Extension is the outreach arm of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at N.C. State and the School of Agriculture at North Carolina A&T State... Read more
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PhysOrg
Enzyme discovery leads scientists further down path to pumping oil from plantswith Shigeru Okada and Kentaro Takada from the University of Tokyo in Japan, Is
Enzyme discovery leads scientists further down path to pumping oil from plants
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
with Shigeru Okada and Kentaro Takada from the University of Tokyo in Japan, Istvan Molnar from the University of Arizona's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Yuquan Xu from the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences. "We had an idea of... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Cornell Hospitality Business Plan Competition Ends with First-ever Tieat the School of Hotel Administration. Students from other colleges including t
Cornell Hospitality Business Plan Competition Ends with First-ever Tie
Hospitality Net / Posted 29 days ago
at the School of Hotel Administration. Students from other colleges including the Johnson School, the ILR School, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and the College of Engineering also participated in the competition. The winning... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers use novel technology to sequence Y chromosome in malaria spreading mosquitoesmosquito, we've finally characterized its Y chromosome," said co-author Zhijian
Researchers use novel technology to sequence Y chromosome in malaria spreading mosquitoes
News-Medical-Net / Posted 29 days ago
mosquito, we've finally characterized its Y chromosome," said co-author Zhijian Jake Tu, a professor of biochemistry in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and a Fralin Life Science Institute affiliate. "This is one of the last pieces of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers use new technology to sequence mosquito sex chromosomemosquito, we've finally characterized its Y chromosome," said co-author Zhijian
Researchers use new technology to sequence mosquito sex chromosome
PhysOrg / Posted a month ago
mosquito, we've finally characterized its Y chromosome," said co-author Zhijian Jake Tu, a professor of biochemistry in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and a Fralin Life Science Institute affiliate. "This is one of the last pieces of... Read more
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