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Hospitality Net
Cornell School of Hotel Administration to become part of new Cornell College of Business College will comprise the School of Hotel Administration, the Charles H. Dyso
Cornell School of Hotel Administration to become part of new Cornell College of Business
Hospitality Net / Posted 9 days ago
College will comprise the School of Hotel Administration, the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, and the Samuel Curtis Johnson... Read more
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Business Wire
Cornell University to Establish an Integrated College of BusinessITHACA, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cornell University announced today that it will
Cornell University to Establish an Integrated College of Business
Business Wire / Posted 11 days ago
ITHACA, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cornell University announced today that it will establish an integrated College of Business with the transformative excellence, scope and scale to cement the University’s position as a world-class center of teaching and... Read more
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Newswise
Bedbugs Have Built Resistance to Widely Used Chemical Treatments, Study Finds Overuse of certain insecticides to blame Available for logged-in reporters on
Bedbugs Have Built Resistance to Widely Used Chemical Treatments, Study Finds
Newswise / Posted 12 days ago
Overuse of certain insecticides to blame Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsJournal of Medical Entomology, Jan. 29 Newswise — Some of the most widely used... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Bedbugs develop resistance to neonicotinoidsOne of the most of the most widely used commercial chemicals to kill bedbugs ar
Bedbugs develop resistance to neonicotinoids
News-Medical-Net / Posted 12 days ago
One of the most of the most widely used commercial chemicals to kill bedbugs are not effective because the pesky insects have built up a tolerance to them, according to a team of researchers from Virginia Tech and New Mexico State... Read more
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Science Daily
Bedbugs develop resistance to widely used chemical treatments, rendering them ineffective: This is the first study to show that overuse of certain insecticides has led to an increased resistance to the compounds, making them much less effective than advertisedMillions of dollars have been spent on insecticides to kill the bugs that have
Bedbugs develop resistance to widely used chemical treatments, rendering them ineffective: This is the first study to show that overuse of certain insecticides has led to an increased resistance to the compounds, making them much less effective than advertised
Science Daily / Posted 13 days ago
Millions of dollars have been spent on insecticides to kill the bugs that have wreaked havoc on everything from hotels in New York City to homes in Los Angeles. But this is the first study to show that overuse of certain insecticides has led to an... Read more
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Daily Mirror
'Super bed bugs' refuse to die as blood-suckers build up resistance to poisonExperts are warning that a new breed of 'super bed bugs' are threatening to bec
'Super bed bugs' refuse to die as blood-suckers build up resistance to poison
Daily Mirror / Posted 13 days ago
Experts are warning that a new breed of 'super bed bugs' are threatening to become even more of a pest after building up a resistance to a common insecticide. The insects live in cracks and crevices in and around the bed and crawl out at night to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Bedbugs develop resistance to widely used chemical treatments, rendering them ineffectiveIt turns out, the insecticides used to kill bedbugs don't even scratch the surf
Bedbugs develop resistance to widely used chemical treatments, rendering them ineffective
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
It turns out, the insecticides used to kill bedbugs don't even scratch the surface, a study by Virginia Tech and New Mexico State University found. Credit: Virginia Tech One of the most of the most widely used commercial chemicals to kill bedbugs are... Read more
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Daily Mail
Bed bugs are becoming resistant to common insecticidesRise of the SUPER PESTS: This means sprays used to kill the bugs aren't very
Bed bugs are becoming resistant to common insecticides
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Rise of the SUPER PESTS: This means sprays used to kill the bugs aren't very effective Rise in infestations blamed on travelling, as bugs hitch a ride on clothes They live in the cracks and... Read more
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Yahoo News
15 Foods That Make Your Depression or Anxiety Worse By Cecelia Smith and Grant Stoddard If you've ever found yourself scraping t
15 Foods That Make Your Depression or Anxiety Worse
Yahoo News / Posted 20 days ago
By Cecelia Smith and Grant Stoddard If you've ever found yourself scraping the bottom of a tub of ice cream after a bad day, you already know that your emotions can influence what you eat. But... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Local store earns ‘Class Champion’ awardThe Hendersonville Tractor Supply Company store was recently recognized for win
Local store earns ‘Class Champion’ award
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 22 days ago
The Hendersonville Tractor Supply Company store was recently recognized for winning the "Class Champion" award for meeting the company goals during the 4-H/TSC Fall 2015 Paper Clover Promotion. Employees at the Hendersonville TSC store had 25.9... Read more
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WXOW 19 La Crosse
Wisconsin Dairy News: Pfaff Recognition AwardEach year the university of Wisconsin's college of agriculture and life science
Wisconsin Dairy News: Pfaff Recognition Award
WXOW 19 La Crosse / Posted 29 days ago
Each year the university of Wisconsin's college of agriculture and life sciences recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding service in the agricultural industry. In this segment of Wisconsin dairy news you'll meet one recipient who was... Read more
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PhysOrg
Transparency key in decision to label modified ingredients, study saysTake a look at any food label and there's a good chance all design elements, fr
Transparency key in decision to label modified ingredients, study says
PhysOrg / Posted 29 days ago
Take a look at any food label and there's a good chance all design elements, from the color palette to the smallest detail, were meticulously chosen. Now, amid public debate about whether food companies should list genetically modified (GM)... Read more
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PhysOrg
NSF's iPlant Collaborative rebrands to CyVerseCyVerse, formerly the iPlant Collaborative, provides data management services b
NSF's iPlant Collaborative rebrands to CyVerse
PhysOrg / Posted 30 days ago
CyVerse, formerly the iPlant Collaborative, provides data management services beyond plant sciences, and across scientific disciplines. Credit: CyVerse The National Science Foundation's premier data management platform for the life sciences has... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Learning how to can food with NanaAs we usher 2015 out, and 2016 begins, we enter a perfect time to reflect about
Learning how to can food with Nana
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 1 months ago
As we usher 2015 out, and 2016 begins, we enter a perfect time to reflect about the past and set goals for the new year. Creating 4-H project records provides the perfect medium for young people to develop this life skill. Below is LeighAnn Devore's... Read more

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