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'Honey bee health' of concern at Western Apicultural Society conference

...sor of the University of Delaware, Newark, and author of the textbook "Honey Bee Biology and Beekeeping," will discuss "Colony Natural History." liz Applegate, a nationally renowned expert on nutrition and fitness and member of the UC Davis Department of Nutrition faculty, will speak on "Honey and ...

Mars mission could ease Earth's energy supply crisis

...e extent that they are edible. Our research at Imperial College combines first rate scientific investigation with practical engineering design." Dr liz Towns-Andrews, Director of Knowledge Exchange at STFC, which is funding the study through its Knowledge Exchange Follow on Fund award scheme, added, "...

Tracking tigers in 3-D

...fe Conservation Society, India Program provided images, local resources and staff time for this study, which was supported in part by a grant from the liz Claiborne / Art Ortenberg Foundation. ...

Dinosaur diggers bring mobile lab, new techniques to Eastern Montana

...atory while it was parked near the Museum of the Rockies for renovations. Helping with the work were Ben Novak, one of Horner's graduate students, and liz Johnson and Tim Cleland, both Schweitzer's students. Almost half of the semi-truck contains a clean laboratory that will require users to don lab c...

How can we measure the emotional states of animals?

...elfare than those housed in enriched conditions, were indeed more sensitive to the unanticipated loss of a food reward. Oliver Burman, Richard Parker, liz Paul and Mike Mendl from the Centre for Behavioural Biology at Bristol University consider the research indicates that sensitivity to reward reduction...

Center for Computer Forensics Offers Expert to Volunteer as CFCE Certification Applicants Coach

...to lead the search and retrieval of the missing information. For more information, please visit http://www.computer-forensics.net . CONTACT: liz Nida SSPR 719-634-8055 lnida@sspr.com This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com . ...

Honor for UK-Japanese research

...entists at The University of Nottingham have won a prestigious international award for collaborative research with a Japanese university. Professor liz Sockett and colleagues at Nottingham, together with Professor Shin-Ichi Aizawa at the Prefectural University of Hiroshima, Japan, have jointly been aw...

Space technology harnessed to search out TB

...organ and Professor Colin Pillinger at The Open University together with Dr liz Corbett from the LSHTM have received funding from the Wellcome Trust, the U...will be 'searching' for." Dr Morgan will work with clinical partners Dr. liz Corbett and Dr. Ruth McNerney from the LSHTM and Dr Conrad Bessant from the...

Director of National Intelligence to Speak at Conference

...arriers to complete transformation. Demonstrations of the latest developments in intelligence technologies will coincide with these topics. Contact: liz Hood Federal Business Council 800-878-2940 Liz@fbcdb.com For more information on the event visit the conference website at http://www.fbcinc.co...

Director of National Intelligence to Speak at Conference

...arriers to complete transformation. Demonstrations of the latest developments in intelligence technologies will coincide with these topics. Contact: liz Hood Federal Business Council 800-878-2940 Liz@fbcdb.com For more information on the event visit the conference website at http://www.fbcinc.co...
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