Sleep scientist Russell Foster: ‘I want to take the anxiety around sleep away’ | Neuroscience

Born in Aldershot in 1959, Russell Foster is a professor of circadian neuroscience at Oxford and the director of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology. For his discovery of non-rod, non-cone ocular photoreceptors he received numerous awards including the Zoological Society scientific medal. His latest book – the first he has written without a co-author – … Read more

Molecular Biology Enzymes Market – Major Technology Giants in Buzz Again – Designer Women

A recent report on the global Molecular Biology Enzymes market published by Market Reports provides a global overview and opportunity evaluation for the time. The study provides a thorough examination of the main market trends. To forecast the growth of the Molecular Biology Enzymes with the greatest precision, the analysts take into account both historical … Read more

Biological Indicator Incubator Market Research & Clinical Advancements by 2031 – Designer Women delivers well-researched industry-wide information on the Biological Indicator Incubator market. It provides information on the market’s essential aspects such as top participants, factors driving Biological Indicator Incubator market growth, precise estimation of the Biological Indicator Incubator market size, upcoming trends, changes in consumer behavioral pattern, market’s competitive landscape by Hangzhou Caifeng Technology, Thermo Fisher … Read more

Signs of the old Alma Mine

I devote a chapter of my upcoming book to Leona Heights, where I review the human history of this much-disturbed area and introduce the geologic history of the much-disturbed rocks. There were three waves of digging in these hills. The Ohlones started it thousands of years ago, harvesting ocher for a thriving regional trade. In … Read more

What protections are available to people displaced by climate change?

Climate change will impact all our lives in the coming years and many people will experience extreme events due to climate change resulting in displacement, both internally and across international borders. This has become the reality for some already within low-lying archipelago islands within the South Pacific, such as Tuvalu and Kiribati. Despite the certainty … Read more

The Supreme Court and Radical Environmental Deregulation

The Supreme Court and Radical Environmental Deregulation One of the first professional jobs I ever had was working at the US Environmental Protection Agency, and it was a great job in a terrific organization. I continued working as a consultant for the US EPA throughout the 1980s and 1990s, but I left the agency as … Read more

Reactivating Nuclear Power Plant Near Volcano a Bad Idea, Geologists Say

Plans to reactivate a nuclear power plant near the capital city of the Philippines have been criticized by scientists over its proximity to a potentially active volcano. The Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP) is located in the foothills of Mount Natib, only five miles from the caldera, and was built in the 1980s. It was … Read more

What’s Causing the Devastating Floods in China, India, and Bangladesh?

What’s Causing the Devastating Floods in China, India, and Bangladesh? #China: Location in Yingde, Qingyuan County, #Guangdong Province at 8:00 am on June 22. Flooded up to the second floor, 10 meters above the normal water level.# 洪水 #chinaflood #floodinchina – Siraj Noorani (@sirajnoorani) June 22, 2022 In central and southern China, tens of … Read more