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Efforts to curb overfishing throughout the world are beginning to succeed in five of the worldâ€™s ten large marine ecosystems, according to a comprehensive study published Thursday.
Scientists have joined forces in a groundbreaking assessment on the status of marine fisheries and ecosystems.
$30 million to be used to support language and literature studies, and to pioneer new approaches for the research and treatment of asthma in childrenDENVER and PORTLAND, Ore., July 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- National Jewish Health and Reed College have received the largest gifts in the histories of both organizations, approximately $30 million combined, from the estate of fantasy author David Eddings.
NEW YORK, July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Responding to the severe impact of the current economic collapse, the world's top women transformational leaders have joined together for a teleseminar series called, "Women Supporting Women - Turning Crisis into Opportunity." The program will be offered through www.Connected-Women.com, a global networking site for women in business and will benefit women entrepreneurs in Iceland, a country amongst the hardest hit by the global recession.
An international team of scientists warns that accelerating losses of seagrasses across the globe threaten the immediate health and long-term sustainability of coastal ecosystems.
Synthetic fertilizers have dramatically increased food production worldwide, but the unintended costs to the environment and human health have been substantial.
A team of Spanish and American researchers has developed a method to evaluate basketball players that will, they say, better meet the requirements of the sport's trainers and experts.
An emerging form of the pathogenic yeast Candida is able to complete a full sexual cycle in a test tube, even though it's missing the genes for reproduction. And it may also do so while infecting us, according to Duke University Medical Center researchers.
College students who use Facebook spend less time studying and have lower grade point averages than students who have not signed up for the social networking website, according to a pilot study at one university.
"WHY WOMEN MEAN BUSINESS" Co-author Leads INSEAD Asia Campus Seminar March 11, 2009 SINGAPORE, Feb. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- "No region has such extreme differences in the participation of women in the economy as Asia," says Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, Founder and Publisher of the Website, WOMEN-omics.com.
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