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October 24, 2014
New Insights on Carbonic Acid in Water
Berkeley CA (SPX) Oct 24, 2014
Though it garners few public hDrones help show how environmental changes affect the spread of infectious diseasess, carbonic acid, the hydrated form of carbon dioxide, is critical to both the health of the atmosphere and the human body. However, because it exists for only a fraction of a second before changing into a mix of hydrogen and bicarbonate ions, carbonic acid has remained an enigma. A new study by Berkeley Lab researchers has yielded valuable new information about carbonic acid with impor ... read more
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Europeans lactose intolerant for 5,000 years after agriculture began
By analysing DNA extracted from the petrous bones of skulls of ancient Europeans, scientists have identified that these peoples remained intolerant to lactose (natural sugar in the milk of mammals) ... more

Businesses struggle on drought-hit Californian lake
It is a vast bowl of sand and rocks. It could be a lunar landscape, were it not surrounded by pine trees and dotted with shipwreck-like jetties and beached boats. ... more

Chewing too much hassle? Japan's got just the thing
Are you worried that you're just not chewing enough to keep your mind and body in tip-top condition? Then never fear: Japan has invented something to help you count your bites. ... more


Plant communities produce greater yield than monocultures
Although monocultures can be cultivated efficiently, they are anything but sustainable: environmental damage to soil and water caused by monoculture cultivation is becoming increasingly evident. ... more


Building a bridge from basic botany to applied agriculture
One of the planet's leading questions is how to produce enough food to feed the world in an increasingly variable climate. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations predicts that f ... more
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Lake Erie increasingly susceptible to large cyanobacteria blooms
Lake Erie has become increasingly susceptible to large blooms of toxin-producing cyanobacteria since 2002, potentially complicating efforts to rein in the problem in the wake of this year's Toledo d ... more

Stomping out grape disease one vineyard at a time
Cracking the genetic code of a common disease affecting grape production could improve vineyard management and help protect the multibillion-dollar industry that includes raisins, juice, jam/jelly, ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
What a Star Wars laser bullet really looks like

Cheaper silicon means cheaper solar cells

Electronics industry gets 2 ways to snoop on self-organizing molecules

Cooling with molecules

Strengthening thin-film bonds with ultrafast data collection

Special UO microscope captures defects in nanotubes

Quantum holograms as atomic scale memory keepsake


Rivers flow differently over gravel beds
River beds, where flowing water meets silt, sand and gravel, are critical ecological zones. Yet how water flows in a river with a gravel bed is very different from the traditional model of a sandy r ... more

1934 drought was worst of the last millennium
The 1934 drought was by far the most intense and far-reaching drought of the last 1,000 years in North America, and was caused in part by an atmospheric phenomenon that may have also led to the curr ... more

Colombian farmers sue oil giant BP for environment damage
A case in which 100 Colombian farmers are suing British oil giant BP for environmental damage opened in the High Court in London on Wednesday. ... more
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Drought-hit US town learns to live without water
In front of the local fire station, Pete Rodriguez stands next to his pick-up truck, filling about a dozen buckets from a vast tank. ... more

Scientist explains why freezing lakes sound like 'Star Wars' movies
Cory Williams, actor and YouTube personality, makes a living by filming videos of himself. Lately, those videos have involved exploring Alaska, and his most recent one included the discovery of the acoustic wonders of a freezing lake. ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Aerostat surveillance system being evaluated by CBP

Intelsat General To Study Commercialization of USAF Satellites

Russian Bank Offers 5 Billion Rubles for GLONASS

ESA spaceplane progressing towards Vega launch

BAE Systems Australia producing more missile decoy systems

Turkish cruise missile tipped for F-35

US-led strikes kill more than 500 militants in Syria


Are there enough fish to go around?
Scientists from the University of York have released a report highlighting the gap between declining wild fish supplies and healthy eating advice recommending more seafood. While the health benefits ... more

Mineralization of sand particles boosts microbial water filtration
Mineral coatings on sand particles actually encourage microbial activity in the rapid sand filters that are used to treat groundwater for drinking, according to a paper published ahead of print in A ... more

Money grows on trees with great walnuts of China
Grinning with pride, a Chinese farmer held out two precious walnuts - globes so precisely symmetrical that consumers in search of hand massages value them more highly than gold. ... more

Drop in China, HK demand dries up Bordeaux wine sales
A dramatic decline in demand from China and Hong Kong has dried up sales of France's famous Bordeaux wine, data from the professional association published on Tuesday showed. ... more

Centuries-old 'Chinese' fishing tradition fades on Indian shores
Tugging ropes and bellowing chants, five men hoist from the water a huge spidery frame gripping a web of fishing net - a centuries-old custom on the southern Indian coast. ... more

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Brazil beef exports soar on Chinese, Russian demand
Brazil beef exports jumped seven percent this year so far, in part due to rising Russian demand as Moscow turned away from US and European sources in retaliation against sanctions, an industry group said Friday. ... more

Rivers recover natural conditions quickly following dam removal
A study of the removal of two dams in Oregon suggests that rivers can return surprisingly fast to a condition close to their natural state, both physically and biologically, and that the biological ... more
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China launches first mission to moon and back

Two families of comets found around nearby star

Organic molecules in Titan's atmosphere are intriguingly skewed

U.S. holds test on Aegis tracking capability

Thales providing satcom capability to Qatar

NASA uses ultra-black nano-coating for solar coronagraph

Cosmonauts complete 3rd EVA for October


Price gap between more and less healthy foods grows


River flow by design


Automated imaging system looks underground to help improve crops


Malaysia's Sime Darby to acquire PNG palm oil leader


NMSU researchers address water sustainability for viable farming


New estimates for carbon emissions from cropland expansion in China


China food giant buys into Italian olive oil maker


Costa Rica promises to compensate sickened banana workers


Study: Genetics drive coffee habits


The Shebaa Farms, a tug-of-war Mideast conflict zone

Asian carp DNA detected in Lake Michigan tributary

Natural gene selection can produce orange corn rich in provitamin A for Africa, U.S.

Fall in monsoon rains driven by rise in air pollution

NYT says it's sorry for cartoon mocking India's Mars mission

Ivory Coast buoyed by record agricultural harvest

No sign of health or nutrition problems from GMO livestock feed

Modi wields broom in new 'Clean India' push

Terra satellite shows how much the Aral Sea has dried up

Ex-rubber tapper Silva out to land Brazil presidency

Earth's water is older than the sun

Sri Lanka seeks to trademark cinnamon spice success

'Crazy' climate forces Colombian farmers to adapt

China's Ningxia matures as a quality wine producer

Can genetic engineering help food crops better tolerate drought?

Star Trekish, rafting scientists make bold discovery on Fraser River

Guilt-free doughnuts: UN summit hails palm oil pledges

Biochar alters water flow to improve sand and clay

Treated wastewater from fracking potentially harmful

Termites evolved complex bioreactors 30 million years ago

Water-quality trading can reduce river pollution

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