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Dna Find Reveals New Insights Into The History Of Cattle In...

Diterbitkan pada Tuesday, 29 July 2014 Pukul 19.40

The journal Scientific Reports has published the results. Jörg Schibler, head of the research groups for Integrative Prehistoric and Archaeological science (IPAS) from the Department Environmental science at the University of Basel. Related Stories. Ancient African cattle first domesticated in Middle East. Mar 27, 2014. Geneticists and anthropologists previously suspected that ancient Africans domesticated cattle native to the African continent nearly 10,000 years 

C'mon Girls, Let's Program A Better Tech Industry

Diterbitkan pada Tuesday, 29 July 2014 Pukul 19.30

Men make up 70% of the overall staff and women just 30%, according to a blog post by Janet Van Huysse, thepany's vice president for diversity and inclusion. But within technical jobs at the social media giant only one in 

Study On Shallow Artificial Reefs Offers Clues To Improving...

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A newlypleted seven-year collaborative research project by Jacksonville University, the Florida Institute of Technology and other research groups has the potential to have a large impact on marine life by improving artificial and Snyder from CSA Ocean Sciences Inc., Karen Halloway-Adkins from East Coast Biologists Inc. and Dr. Ken Lindeman from the Florida Institute of Technology, recently wrapped up a seven-yearprehensive study of how effective 

London Mulls Pollution Charge On Diesel Vehicles

Diterbitkan pada Tuesday, 29 July 2014 Pukul 22.50

The plan is part of a new Brussels-compliant Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) being introduced in London from 2020, which Conservative Johnson announced last year. "You have to have a charge that makes a difference.

New Method Provides Researchers With Efficient Tool For...

Diterbitkan pada Tuesday, 29 July 2014 Pukul 20.40

Controlling the conjugation of macromolecules such as DNA and proteins can be quite a challenge when scientists want to join them in particular ways and places. Researchers at Aarhus University have now developed a 

Worldwide Water Shortage By 2040

Diterbitkan pada Tuesday, 29 July 2014 Pukul 20.50

Two new reports that focus on the global electricity water nexus have just been published. Three years of research Behind the research is a group of researchers from Aarhus University in Denmark, Vermont Law School and CNA Corporation in the US. bining the new research results with projections about water shortage and the world population, it shows that by 2020 many areas of the world will no longer have access to clean drinking water. In fact, the 

Evolution In Rainforest Flies Points To Climate Change Survival

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The new findings published in the journal, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, suggests some sensitive rainforest-restricted species may survive climate change and avoid extinction. But only if the change is not too abrupt 

'killer Sperm' Prevents Mating Between Worm Species

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 30 July 2014 Pukul 1.32

The classic definition of a biological species is the ability to breed within its group, and the inability to breed outside it. For instance, breeding a horse and a donkey may result in a live mule offspring, but mules are nearly 

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