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Here’s What a Massive 5-Year Study of Ocean Life Reveals

Scientists don't know how climate change may affect life in the ocean

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7 things we’ve learned about Earth since the last Earth Day

A whole lot has changed since the first Earth Day in 1970. Back then, the most urgent environmental problems facing the United States were air and water pollution. In the decades since, we've made huge…

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How mushrooms and worms contribute to the future of agriculture

Sustainable agriculture has a complicated equation to solve: how do we preserve the environment while maintaining yield? The answer may lies with the fauna and microbes that constitute the soil’s biodiversity…

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The science of yogurt presented at the International Congress of…

Three weeks ago, the 20th International Congress of Nutrition was the setting for a symposium dedicated to the science connected with yogurt, organised by Yogurt in Nutrition Initiative for a Balanced…

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Turning carbon dioxide into cakes

Here is an article reblogged from ecomagination about an original way to get rid of C02 emissions. What…

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How to Double Global Food Production by 2050

Discover four steps could be taken to help feed the large population predicted for 2050 as well as reduce the sizeable harm agriculture imposes.

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Fungi discovered in the Amazon will eat your plastic

Polyurethane seemed like it couldn’t interact with the earth’s normal processes of breaking down and recycling material. That’s just because it hadn’t met the right mushroom yet.

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Jane Goodall, from chimpanzee observation to environmental activism

British primatologist Jane Goodall is one of the main figures of ethology and anthropology today. Her scientific background and her experiences with Tanzanian chimpanzees have made her an advocate of better…

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Researchers discover particle which could « cool the…

In a breakthrough paper published in Science, researchers from The University of Manchester, The University of Bristol and Sandia National Laboratories report the potentially revolutionary effects of Criegee…

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« When you sell yoghurts, you have much more responsibility than…

Damien Paineau is the Nutritional Epidemiology group leader at Danone Research Center. His job is about understanding how people eat accross the world, and how they can be provided with better nutrition,…

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