Latest Paul Ehrlich Stories

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2011-08-29 08:43:40

Preserving just 4 percent of the ocean could protect crucial habitat for the vast majority of marine mammal species, from sea otters to blue whales.

2010-11-11 13:24:44

Professor Paul Ehrlich, senior statesman of the environmental movement, and currently visiting Australia, today joined with Australian researchers to warn of the danger of man-made chemicals accumulating in the environment and the tissues of living organisms, including people.

2009-08-24 07:00:00

CINCINNATI, Aug. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Just in time for back-to-school season, Procter & Gamble's (NYSE: PG) Swiffer brand has partnered with Dr.

2009-02-11 13:59:04

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2009-02-11 08:21:37

In the era of global warming, when many scientists say we are experiencing a human-caused mass extinction to rival the one that killed off the dinosaurs, one might think that the discovery of a host of new species would be cause for joy.

2008-10-01 09:00:49

ViroStatics, srl today announced the Company's President and CEO, Dr. Franco Lori, will be speaking at the prestigious 2nd World Conference on Magic Bullets (Ehrlich II) in Nurnberg, Germany on Saturday, October 4th 2008. Dr.

2008-09-15 15:00:00

WASHINGTON, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Forty years after his seminal book The Population Bomb, Paul Ehrlich is again stirring debate over the connections between population growth and environmental degradation.

2008-09-05 09:00:38

Inhibiton Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCBB: IHBT) announced today that the principal researcher for its ICA-1 compound, Dr.

2007-05-10 06:00:00

Our large brains are surely at the center of our humanity. But it is equally certain that few organs are the subject of more misinformation in scientific and public discourse - especially in the widespread notion that most behaviors controlled by our marvelous brain are somehow programmed into it genetically.

Word of the Day
  • A young chicken: also used as a pet name for children.
The word 'chickabiddy' may come from 'chick' plus 'biddy', a name used in calling a hen or chicken.