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Flying high above the California desert, NASA researchers recently took to the skies for the second year in a row with a DC-8 and other aircraft to study the effects on emissions and contrail formation of burning alternative fuels in jet engines.
The new River Otter Falls exhibit at the Tennessee Aquarium is a chance for people to learn a conservation comeback story. Chattanooga, TN (PRWEB) May 06, 2014
Floral displays, such as the color, shape, size, and arrangement of flowers, are typically thought to have evolved primarily in response to selection by pollinators—for animal-pollinated species, being able to attract animal vectors is vital to an individual plant's reproductive success.
In an article in the current issue of the journal Climatic Change Letters, Boston University researchers have estimated the impact near-term increases in global-mean temperatures will have on summertime temperatures in the U.S. and around the globe.
ST. LOUIS, July 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Key highlights: After 14 years, Bruce Anderson will retire as Chairman of the Board of Directors at the end of the current fiscal year, but has agreed to stand for reelection for one additional term as a Director to facilitate the transition in leadership.
DALLAS, Nov. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- This month, Blockbuster hit a milestone.
Why do some insect-eating plants like sundews keep their flowers so far away from their traps?