New study highlights challenges to pumpkin and watermelon production in Uganda – BIOENGINEER.ORG

A new study published in the CABI Agriculture and Bioscience Journal highlights that pests, diseases, and drought, are the main challenges to pumpkin and watermelon production in Uganda. A new study published in the CABI Agriculture and Bioscience Journal highlights that pests, diseases, and drought, are the main challenges to pumpkin and watermelon production in … Read more

Study highlights undiscovered potential of bacterial compounds and genes linked to colon cancer-related toxin – BIOENGINEER.ORG

The last two decades have seen the development of sophisticated computational tools that explore the DNA of bacteria. These tools are on the lookout for interesting metabolites (metabolism-related molecules) that illicit a strong biological reaction. Their impact might be toxic, or it might be life enhancing; for example, informing the development of new antibiotics, anti-cancer … Read more

Highlights from the journal CHEST®, June 2022 – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Glenview, Illinois – Published monthly, the journal CHEST® features peer-reviewed, cutting-edge original research in chest medicine: Pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine and related disciplines. Journal topics include asthma, chest infections, COPD, critical care, diffuse lung disease, education and clinical practice, pulmonary vascular disease, sleep, thoracic oncology and the humanities. Credit: Tamas Dolinay, MD, PhD, … Read more

Selkirk’s Piping Plover Mural Highlights Endangered Species

SELKIRK, Manitoba– The Center for Biological Diversity and Interlake Art Board will host a community event on June 15 to celebrate a new mural of the piping plover, an endangered shorebird that summers in Canada and the northern United States before flying south for the winter. The large, 130-feet-by-12-feet painting will be the latest installment … Read more

A Few Highlights of Bridging the Gaps Between Cannabis, Science, and Medicine

Cannabis Science Conference West was held in Long Beach, California from May 18–20, 2022. Here we provide a few highlights from the event. For its first time hosting an event in California, the Cannabis Science Conference West chose Long Beach, California as the destination and held the event from May 18–20, 2022. Joining the analytical, … Read more

Taranis Resources: Airborne Geophysical Survey Highlights “Elephant” Intrusive and 9km2 Associated Thermal Alteration at Thor

Estes Park, Colorado – TheNewswire – May 31st, 2022 – Taranis Resources Inc. (“Taranis” or the “Company”) [TSXV:TRO), (OTC:TNREF) is pleased to provide an update on its 100%-owned “Thor” precious-base metal deposit, which was recently surveyed using airborne magnetics, very low frequency (“VLF”) electromagnetics, and magnetotellurics (“MT”). MT and magnetic data have been modeled and … Read more

Airborne Geophysical Survey Highlights “Elephant” Intrusive and 9km2 Associated Thermal Alteration at Thor

Estes Park, Colorado – TheNewswire – May 31st, 2022 – Taranis Resources Inc. (“Taranis” or the “Company”)[TSXV:TRO[TSXV:TRO), (OTC: TNREF) is pleased to provide an update on its 100% -owned “Thor” precious-base metal deposit, which was recently surveyed using airborne magnetics, very low frequency (“VLF”) electromagnetics, and magnetotellurics (“MT”). MT and magnetic data have been modeled … Read more

GeoRoundup: the highlights of EGU Journals published during May!

About The European Geosciences Union (EGU) is the leading organization for Earth, planetary and space science research in Europe. GeoLog is the Union’s official blog, which is edited by EGU Communications Officer Hazel Gibson and has a number of contributors. Would you like to write for GeoLog? Check the Submit a Post page for more … Read more

What’s on at EGU22: highlights from Publications, Policy, EDI, Outreach and the ECS

There are so many great events to participate in at EGU22 this year, in both on-site and virtual formats, that it can be very easy to feel overwhelmed. Whilst we encourage you to make good use of your Personal Program to help organize your activities, we also reached out to several of EGU’s Committees that … Read more

New study highlights major step forward in monitoring ocean health – BIOENGINEER.ORG

In a major step forward for monitoring the biodiversity of marine systems, a new study published today in Environmental DNA details how MBARI researchers are using autonomous underwater robots to sample environmental DNA (eDNA). eDNA allows scientists to detect the presence of aquatic species from the tiny bits of genetic material they leave behind. This … Read more