09/26/2021Nearly half of US seafood supply is wasted As much as 47 percent of the edible U.S. seafood supply is lost each year, mainly from consumer waste, new research from the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF) suggests.Â The findings, published in the November… Read More »Nearly half of US seafood supply is wasted
09/26/2015How does Aspirin work its miracles? A recent study led by researchers at the Cornell University-affiliated Boyce Thompson Institute (BTI) in collaboration with colleagues at Rutgers and Italyâs San Raffaele University and Research Institute, shows that aspirinâs main breakdown product, salicylic acid, blocks the protein,… Read More »How does Aspirin work its miracles?
09/26/2015Pesticide use leads to endocrine disrupters in French lettuce An investigation has found that the majority of French lettuce contains traces of hormone disrupting chemicals, some of which are banned.Â Journal de lÂ Environnement reports.Â The French NGO GÃ©nÃ©rations Futures released the results of an inquiry into… Read More »Pesticide use leads to endocrine disrupters in French lettuce
09/26/2015Horse Owners Can Manage Flies with Wasps Horses need help when it comes to insect pests like flies. But, unfortunately, horse owners are in the dark about how best to manage flies because research just hasn’t been done, according to a new overview of equine… Read More »Horse Owners Can Manage Flies with Wasps
09/26/2015El NiÃ±o’s role in Pacific Ocean sea level rise Many tropical Pacific island nations are struggling to adapt to gradual sea level rise stemming from warming oceans and melting ice caps. Now they may also see much more frequent extreme interannual sea level swings. The… Read More »El NiÃ±o’s role in Pacific Ocean sea level rise