Science News Archive - March 01, 2011
With as Few as 40 Left on Earth, WWF Launches Campaign to Save One of the Worldâ€™s Rarest Mammals Washington, D.C.
A charter member of both the ProSource Hall of Fame and Supreme Proteinâ€™s Team Supreme, Dean Karnazes has set off on his most astounding and inspiring run yet, a 3,000 mile run from California to New York City.
Zero interest loans up to $9,000 are offered to Pendelton, Oregon and area citizens. This second round of solar installations on track to make Eastern Oregon city the largest rural solar community in the United States Pendleton, Ore.
Diamonds by Donna, First to Offer Jewelry Grade Diamonds Grown from Diamond Seeds, Celebrates Launch with Celebrities in Hollywood Beverly Hills, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) February 27, 2011 Today Donna Root, and Diamonds by Donna partner Jon R.
4 Carat Diamond Oscar Ring Designed by Diamond Donna Root Will be Worn by Sheryl Lee Ralph as she hosts the Pre and Post Academy Awards show on CNN & HLN Hollywood, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) February 27, 2011 Today, Diamond Donna Root, and Diamonds by Donna partner Jon R.
Legionella experts give a stepwise approach to evaluate efficacy of disinfection methods. Authors recommend infection control practitioners lead environment of care team in choosing disinfection technologies; post-treatment followed by scheduled culturing for Legionella.
Biotechnology company Joule Unlimited said on Monday that it can produce the fuel that runs some cars and jet engines using its genetically-engineered organism that secretes diesel fuel or ethanol wherever it finds sunlight, water and carbon dioxide.
A Houston-based energy company has been awarded a permit for deepwater drilling in the Gulf of Mexico--the first handed out by the US government since the lifting of a moratorium imposed in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
Observing a split in the butterfly family tree.
Cooling trend could be on the way unless thwarted by greenhouse gasses.