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Herts Advertiser
St Albans landscaping firm wins gold at BBC Gardeners’ World Live event Landscape company boss James Lanwarne hoped he would at least border on succe
St Albans landscaping firm wins gold at BBC Gardeners’ World Live event
Herts Advertiser / Posted 16 hours ago
Landscape company boss James Lanwarne hoped he would at least border on success when his firm exhibited at a prestigious horticultural show last week. Martin (left) and... Read more
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PhysOrg
A database just for bumble beesmay read something like "To move or act in a confused, awkward or clumsy manner
A database just for bumble bees
PhysOrg / Posted 19 hours ago
may read something like "To move or act in a confused, awkward or clumsy manner." But the bumble bee, a member of the genus Bombus, is anything but clumsy. In fact, the insects are expert aviators, alighting with precision inside flowers and... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :may read something like “To move or act in a confused, awkward or clumsy manner
ARS :
Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted yesterday
may read something like “To move or act in a confused, awkward or clumsy manner.” But the bumble bee, a member of the genus Bombus, is anything but clumsy. In fact, the insects are expert aviators, alighting with precision inside flowers and... Read more
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Boston Globe
At 31, she runs one of the hottest biotech companies in the countrypossibilities. Eventually in 2011, Doudna and Haurwitz teamed up with Martin J
At 31, she runs one of the hottest biotech companies in the country
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
possibilities. Eventually in 2011, Doudna and Haurwitz teamed up with Martin Jinek, then a postdoctoral researcher, and James Berger, then a professor at UC Berkeley and now at Johns Hopkins University, to found Caribou. None of the other three... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Big Fight Over Fossilsin the million-year evidentiary gap between the small-brained, long-armed austr
The Big Fight Over Fossils
The New Yorker / Posted 3 days ago
in the million-year evidentiary gap between the small-brained, long-armed australopithecines and our own, big-brained genus. The Malapa fossils showed an odd mixture of primitive and modern traits. In a series of papers published in Science... Read more
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Daily Mail
Australian spider could be the world's fastest lunging predatorof spider. The head of terrestrial zoology at the Western Australian Museum Dr
Australian spider could be the world's fastest lunging predator
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
of spider. The head of terrestrial zoology at the Western Australian Museum Dr Mark Harvey told Daily Mail Australia: 'The genus Karaops is endemic to Australia, and there are 37 described species. 'These spiders occur under rocks or under the... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
For Killingly grads, 'tomorrow is a fresh start'High School Class of 2016Drew Aitken, John Aitken, Kristie Alexander, Alyshia A
For Killingly grads, 'tomorrow is a fresh start'
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 7 days ago
High School Class of 2016Drew Aitken, John Aitken, Kristie Alexander, Alyshia Allen, Nicholas Allsworth, Joshua Angel-James, Jacob Antos, Ethan Ash, Frances Ashun, Nicole Auger, Ch... Killingly High School Class of 2016Drew Aitken, John... Read more
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redOrbit
UK researcher discovers new 200 million year old marine reptileBill Wahl and Judy Massare, who he said first inspired him to study ichthyosaur
UK researcher discovers new 200 million year old marine reptile
redOrbit / Posted 8 days ago
Bill Wahl and Judy Massare, who he said first inspired him to study ichthyosaurs. The creature is said to be the first new genus of ichthyosaur from the British Early Jurassic to be described since 1986, and a paper detailing the creature appears... Read more
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PhysOrg
New 200 million-year-old British species of marine reptile discoveredWahlisaurus massare. Credit: James McKay A new type of ichthyosaur, an extinct
New 200 million-year-old British species of marine reptile discovered
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
Wahlisaurus massare. Credit: James McKay A new type of ichthyosaur, an extinct marine reptile alive at the same time as the dinosaurs, has been identified by a Manchester palaeontologist from a fossil found in an old quarry in... Read more
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Farming Life
Open day highlights milk from foragelifespan, milk from forage and the value of bull calves is a tall order but it
Open day highlights milk from forage
Farming Life / Posted 18 days ago
lifespan, milk from forage and the value of bull calves is a tall order but it can be achieved. To highlight this fact Genus ABS is extending an invitation to everyone to attend an Open Day at Mr Cavan Johnston’s farm on Thursday, June... Read more
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Daily Mail
I know how Beatrice and Eugenie feel when they're photographed by Katebeauty, belongs to the same species as Georgia May Jagger and Rosie Huntington-
I know how Beatrice and Eugenie feel when they're photographed by Kate
Daily Mail / Posted 30 days ago
beauty, belongs to the same species as Georgia May Jagger and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. There are variations within the genus, but essentially they’re the beauty master race. Catherine, with her willowy frame, perfect proportions and undeniable... Read more
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PhysOrg
A 100-million-year partnership on the brink of extinctionimage of the five tentacle temnocephalan Temnosewellia c.f rouxi from cultured
A 100-million-year partnership on the brink of extinction
PhysOrg / Posted a month ago
image of the five tentacle temnocephalan Temnosewellia c.f rouxi from cultured redclaw crayfish. Credit: David Blair, James Cook University A relationship that has lasted for 100 million years is at serious risk of ending, due to the effects... Read more
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