Mass mortality events linked to marine heatwa

image: Marine heatwaves drive recurrent mass mortalities in the Mediterranean Sea view more Credit: Garrabou et al 2022 An international team of researchers led by the Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM-CSIC) has proven that, between 2015 and 2019, the Mediterranean experienced a series of marine heat waves that affected all regions of the basin, … Read more

Researchers aim to predict cardiac events with AI technique used to analyze earthquakes

Sebastian Goodfellowan assistant professor in the University of Toronto’s department of civil and mineral engineering, and his team have partnered with researchers at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) to help detect and diagnose heart arrhythmias. The project, supported by a grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, aims to leverage techniques developed by … Read more

Researchers aim to leverage experience in analyzing seismic data to predict cardiac events

Sebastian Goodfellow, of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, and colleagues devised a way to pick up on the subtle sounds that precede seismic events, such as earthquakes. Now, the assistant professor in the department of civil and mineral engineering and his team are looking to apply their expertise to help … Read more

Mass mortality events linked to marine heatwaves could become the new norm in the Mediterranean Sea

Marine heatwaves drive recurrent mass mortalities in the Mediterranean Sea. Credit: Garrabou et al 2022 An international team of researchers led by the Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM-CSIC) has proven that, between 2015 and 2019, the Mediterranean experienced a series of marine heat waves that affected all regions of the basin, which resulted in … Read more

‘Biology trumps gender’: Athletics could ban transgender and DSD women from female events

Athletics could be set to ban transgender women from elite female competition after the head of the sport’s governing body, Sebastian Coe, revealed its regulations were under review, saying: “Biology trumps gender.” The World Athletics president announced the sport would be considering its transgender and DSD (differences in sex development) policies at the end of … Read more

SEAGLE: Magnolia has survived many geological events | News

“July is hollyhocks and hammocks, fireworks and vacations, hot and steamy weather, cool and refreshing swims, beach picnics, and vegetables all out of the garden – first sweet corn on the cob dripping with butter, first tomatoes dead ripe, and the sun warm, string beans, squash, crisp cucumbers. ” – Jean Hersey “Hot days and … Read more

EDDIE SEAGLE: Magnolia is an ancient genus surviving many geological events | Lifestyles

“July is hollyhocks and hammocks, fireworks and vacations, hot and steamy weather, cool and refreshing swims, beach picnics, and vegetables all out of the garden — first sweet corn on the cob dripping with butter, first tomatoes dead ripe, and the sun warm, string beans, squash, crisp cucumbers. ” Jean Hersey. “Hot days and sultry … Read more

Georgia Clipping — Magnolia is an ancient genus surviving many geological events | Lifestyles

“July is hollyhocks and hammocks, fireworks and vacations, hot and steamy weather, cool and refreshing swims, beach picnics, and vegetables all out of the garden – first sweet corn on the cob dripping with butter, first tomatoes dead ripe, and the sun warm, string beans, squash, crisp cucumbers. ” – Jean Hersey. “Hot days and … Read more

Many human genomes shaped by past events that caused sharp dips in the population – BIOENGINEER.ORG

The genomes of many human populations show evidence of founder events, which occur when a small number of initial members start a new population, and can lead to low genetic diversity as well as increase the risk of certain genetic diseases in the new population. Rémi Tournebize and Priya Moorjani of the University of California, … Read more

Missouri S&T – News and Events – Missouri S&T hosts second annual critical minerals workshop

The future of cell phones, solar panels and electric vehicles depends on materials like cobalt, germanium and rare earth elements. Those and other critical minerals are the focus of the second annual virtual workshop hosted by Missouri S&T Aug. 4-5. The workshop is part of Missouri S & T’s critical-minerals workshop series funded by the … Read more