From the Amazon Rainforest to a Smoothie Near You, Planet Smoothie Expands Superfoods Menu Selection
ATLANTA, July 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Planet Smoothie, home of the original "pure" Acai smoothie, announces today its partnership with Sambazon, the Acai global leader, to launch three new smoothie flavors in a limited-time offer: Amazon
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Cleaner Air May Threaten Amazon Rainforest
Reducing sulphur dioxide emissions linked to increasing risk of drought, scientists say
WEDNESDAY, May 7 (HealthDay News) -- Cleaner air may actually threaten the Amazon
rainforest, according to Brazilian and British climate scientists.
They claim that a reduction in coal burning...
Wai Wai choose conservation economy for traditional Amazon territory
Konashen District, Guyana (Oct. 2, 2007) Three years after gaining formal title to their traditional territory in the northern Amazon, the Wai Wai people of Guyana have achieved another milestone when the region was declared the nations first Community Owned Conservation Area.
Can brain scans read your mind?
...ine learning, which is related to statistics and computer science, said Poldrack, who noted that this technology is heavily employed by companies like amazon
to predict what people will buy based on their previous purchases.
Nearly 10 years ago, neuroscientists showed that if they take brain images wi...
Patients Beyond Borders Thailand Edition to Launch in September
... publishes books, eBooks, and Web-based consumer reference information on medical tourism and wellness travel. Patients Beyond Borders is available at amazon
and bookstores everywhere. Patients Beyond Borders: Thailand Edition is one of a series of country-specific editions. For more information, visit www...
First Book Focusing on How "The Secret Pain Women Won't Talk About" Affects Relationships
...ring will help women and men overcome many of those challenges and not feel so alone in their efforts to overcome such debilitating pain."
reviewer and patient had this to say, "'Secret Suffering' has been a bridge for my family and friends to understand better what I have been going...
Beverages Holdings, LLC Acquires Bossa Nova: The Superfruit Company
...ed crop, acai, represents a contribution to helping preserve the endangered amazon
rainforest, while providing a sustainable source of income for thousands of people across the amazon
river basin. This focus on sustainability is in keeping with Beverages Hol...
Medication quality in Peru and region strengthened with official laboratory's accreditation
...stem complies with ISO standards.
The USP DQI Program has supported quality assurance and quality control systems in Peru through the USAID-funded amazon
Malaria Initiative since 2002 and South American Infectious Diseases Initiative since 2005, which work to improve malaria control and contain the spre...
Best Boomer Towns Website and Talk Radio Show Highlight Retirement Communities
Key website features include syndicated columnist Dr. Barton Goldsmith, best boomer town bloggers, town videos, local weather, daily news feeds, amazon
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MyMedicalRecords, Inc. Stand-Alone Audited Financial Statements for the Period Ending December 31, 2008 to be Filed with the SEC Today, Monday, May 4, 2009
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and eBay emerged as the dominant players in their respective industries, I believe that MMR has the opportunity to be the PHR industry's "Intel Inside...
Amazon in Medical Technology
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Amazon in Biological News
Scientists discover Amazon river is 11 million years old
LIVERPOOL, UK 29 July 2009: Researchers at the University of Liverpool have discovered that the Amazon
river, and its transcontinental drainage, is around 11 million years old and took its present shape about 2.4 million years ago.
University of Liverpool researchers, in collaboration with the...
Statement by Sandy Andelman, co-author of 'Drought sensitivity of the Amazon Rainforest'
Here is a statement from Dr. Sandy Andelman, co-author of the study titled "Drought Sensitivity of the Amazon
Rainforest" and Vice-President of the TEAM Network at Conservation International:
"With most of the climate change debate focusing on energy security and food security, this study empha...
Diversity of trees in Ecuador's Amazon rainforest defies simple explanation
Trees in a hyper-diverse tropical rainforest interact with each other and their environment to create and maintain diversity, researchers report in the Oct. 24 issue of the journal Science . This study was conducted in the Yasuni forest dynamics plot of the Pontificia Universidad Catlica del Ecua...
Yale undergrads' Amazon trip yields a treasure trove of diversity
A group of Yale undergraduates have discovered dozens of potentially beneficial bioactive microorganisms within plants they collected in the Amazon
rain forest, including several so genetically distinct that they may be the first members of new taxonomical genera.
The analysis of 135 endophytes...
Extinction most likely for rare trees in the Amazon rainforest
Common tree species in the Amazon
will survive even grim scenarios of deforestation and road-building, but rare trees could suffer extinction rates of up to 50 percent, predict Smithsonian scientists and colleagues in the Aug. 12 issue of the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Science...
Workshop assesses interactions between climate, forests and land use in the Amazon Basin
On February 25 and 26, over 50 scientists gathered for a two-day workshop in Manaus, Brazil, to discuss the current state of knowledge on the feedbacks between deforestation and climate in the Amazon
and what research is required to avoid catastrophic change. Collaborators from the Woods Hole Rese...
Present-day species of piranha result from a marine incursion into the Amazon Basin
Piranhas inhabit exclusively the fresh waters of South America. Their geographical distribution extends from the Orinoco River basin (Venezuela) to the North, down to that of the Paran (Argentina) to the South. Over this whole area, which also embraces the entire Amazon
Basin, biologists have reco...
Univ. of Arizona receives $2.5 million to study Amazon forests and climate change
A University of Arizona-led international team of scientists has received a five-year, $2.5 million grant to answer the question, What is the future of Amazon
forests under climate change" and to train the next generation of culturally experienced scientists. The project combines international col...
Smithsonian scientist warns that palm oil development may threaten Amazon
Oil palm cultivation is a significant driver of tropical forest destruction across Southeast Asia. It could easily become a threat to the Amazon
rainforest because of a proposed change in Brazil's legislation, new infrastructure and the influence of foreign agro-industrial firms in the region, acc...
Study suggests past climate changes may have promoted the formation of new species in the Amazon
AUSTIN, TEXASThe results of a new study suggest that past climate changes and sea level fluctuations may have promoted the formation of new species in the Amazon
region of South America.
Today, the Amazon
basin is home to the richest diversity of life on earth, yet the reasons why this came to...
Amazon in Biological Technology
Grid Dynamics Demonstrates Linear Scalability up to 512 Nodes with GridGain Software on Amazon EC2 Cloud
Following up on their recently announced partnership, Grid Dynamics and GridGain teamed up to develop the largest publicly known grid scalability test for Amazon
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 4, 2008 -- Following up on their recently announced partnership, Grid ...
Keynote Panel at Bio-IT World Expo to Feature Five Leaders in the Field of "Personal Genomics"
Cloud Computing: Panel Discussion
The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute; BioTeam, Inc.; Johnson & Johnson; Google; Lilly R&D; amazon
Web Services will explore how life sciences is using cloud computing application, its challenges and effectiveness, how money can be saved by an organ...
GridGain 2.1 - Open Cloud Platform Enables Development of Native Cloud Applications
...of choice for cloud development. In fact, GridGain software starts every 60 seconds around the globe and roughly half of this usage already comes from amazon
EC2 ..." continues Nikita Ivanov.
GridGain 2.1 is open source software licensed under LGPL and Apache 2.0 licenses. GridGain project has a la...
SEKAB Agreement: More Verified Ethanol to Europe
The verified sustainable ethanol is produced from sugarcane grown on
farms applying zero tolerance to child and slave labour and to farming in
Verified sustainable ethanol will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by at
least 85 per cent compared to petrol.
"This initiative is the firs...
Highlights of Economic and Business Growth in the Tampa Bay Region
...ith Mexico, South America
In late July, Peruvian amazon
Line plans to add cargo service every 60
days betw...and Iquitos, Peru. Headquartered in
Lima, Peruvian amazon
Line has operated regular liner service between th... for 38 years, focusing on
serving ports along the amazon
River. While the service sails every 60
WTN's First Year
...h rewarding and inspirational to look back and see what we have accomplished in just 12 months of online publishing.
According to Alexa (Owned by amazon
and powered by Goggle) wistechnology.com has obtained the largest readership in terms of reach, and page views compared to other technology news, bu...
Naming that thing... again?
...ies are shelved, agencies changed and nothing gained.
True, there are thousands of great success stories, and we always start with Yahoo, Ebay, and amazon
of the recent past or Microsoft, Intel of distant past. IBM, GM of the hinder years. Ah, what about the millions that came so close to success before ...
Online aid group taps former Wisconsin governor McCallum
...Second Harvest, and with online commerce sites.
Each of its many alliances in some way works toward linking supply with demand. People who buy from amazon
and 1-800-Flowers online, for example, can donate part of their payment to charities though Aidmatrix. The organization's own Web site also includes V...
Amazon acquires Madison-based Shopbop
Terms of the deal were not disclosed. With the acquisition, amazon
boosts its selection of designer clothing, which it may hope will play a pa...release. "We're very happy to have the support, experience and resources of amazon
to take the Shopbop brand and business to new levels."...
Reader predictions would make 2007 quite a year
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Virtual worlds get real; amazon
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The rise of the agent. Next year, will see the emergence o...
Amazon in Biological Definition
Alfred Russel Wallace
...848 , Wallace, together with another naturalist, Henry Walter Bates (whom he had met in Leicester ), left for Brazil to collect specimens in the amazon
Rainforest , with the express intention of gathering facts in order to solve the riddle of the origin of species. Unfortunately, a large part of his ...
...reater fraction of each day.
Poikilotherms succeed in some niches, such as islands, or distinct bioregions (such as the small bioregions of the amazon
basin ). These often do not have enough food to support a viable breeding population of homeothermic animals. In these niches, poikilotherms such as...
Amazon in Biological Dictionary
...ing, flatworm, Flame cells, nephridiopores, and nephridioducts Turbellarian Flatworm Fauna. Diversity of Turbellarian flatworms in the Peruvian amazon
basin ... Turbellarian taxonomic database. ... Discover Life's encyclopedia page about the biology, natural history, ecology, identification an...
...=> Gene - Pool News <== Genetics101 ... Britannica online encyclopedia article on gene pool (genetics), The unique gene pool of the amazon
Rainforest, with perhaps two-thirds of the known organisms of the ... This gene swapping, known as horizontal gene ... one big gene pool , wi...