Science News Archive - November 01, 2011
Anthony Fasanoâ€™s Engineer Your Own Success book tour making a huge impact throughout the Engineering Community in the United States. Ridgewood, NJ (PRWEB)
More than half of eastern U.S. tree species examined in a massive new Duke University-led study aren't adapting to climate change as quickly or consistently as predicted.
President and CEO, Igor Fish, Ph.D., will present, â€œEngineering CHO Cell Lines for Enhanced Expression of Easy and Difficult to Express Recombinant Proteinsâ€ on Monday, November 7, 2011 at
Software engineering languishes with many seemingly insurmountable problems.
The Bio Magazine Eurekamag.com publishes reviews on a wide range of topics within the biological sciences.
Targets Round Three Phase Applications New Bedford, MA (PRWEB) November 01, 2011 Aerovox
Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, http://www.mmdr.org, provides medicines and funding for orphans who were devastated by the January 2010 earthquake.
Climate change, land use and other human-driven factors could pit savannas and forests against each other by altering the elements found by Princeton University researchers to stabilize the two.
Humans not only mated with the ancient Neanderthals, but according to a new study the East Asian population of the modern species may have also mated with a hominin species known as Denisovans that lived in Siberia 40,000 years ago.
USDA does not support public health interests, says Solo GI Nutrition CEO Saul Katz Kelowna, British Columbia (PRWEB) November 01, 2011 USDAâ€™s interest
- A transitional zone between two communities containing the characteristic species of each.