Our Rich History: TMU’s Field Station starting next 50 years of river research, education, outreach

By Dr. Chris Lorentz Thomas More University Part 51 of our series “Retrospect and Vista II”: Thomas More College / University, 1971-2021 In 2017, Thomas More University (TMU) celebrated the 50th year anniversary of our Biology Field Station — a state-of-the-art STEM facility located on the banks of the Ohio River. Since acquiring the property, … Read more

Cyclamate Consumption Market Size And Forecast to 2028 |Rasna, PT. Wihadil, Rainbow Rich, Shanghai Rich Chemicals, Xuchang Ruida Biology Technology

The Global “Cyclamate Consumption Market ” Report provides in-depth analysis of emerging trends, market drivers, development opportunities, and market constraints that may have an impact on the market dynamics of the industry. Each market sector is examined in depth in the Market Research Intellect, including goods, applications, and a competitive analysis. The report was created … Read more

Western diets rich in fructose and fat cause diabetes via glycerate-mediated loss of pancreatic islet cells – BIOENGINEER.ORG

(LOS ANGELES) – June 9, 2022 – Those who are habitually inclined to consume burgers, fries and soda may think twice about their dietary choices following scientists’ latest findings about high-fat, high-fructose diets. (LOS ANGELES) – June 9, 2022 – Those who are habitually inclined to consume burgers, fries and soda may think twice about … Read more

Scientists turn tomatoes into a rich source for vitamin D | Science

Tomatoes get riper and tastier in the summer Sun. Two studies now show that with a little help from gene editing, Sun-ripened tomatoes can also stockpile a precursor molecule to vitamin D, a vital nutrient normally found mainly in animal products. “This could be a game changer” in nations where vitamin D deficiency is a … Read more

Rich Warren | Cable TV vs. streaming services | Science-technology

Cable TV packages look like a buffet. For a fixed cost, you can feast to your heart’s desire. The number of channels in your package and 24-hour day are the only limits. Internet streaming program more approximates a pricey restaurant menu. Many desirable choices tempt you, but you’re limited by appetite and wallet to a … Read more

Nature helps mental health, research says—but only for rich, white people? – BIOENGINEER.ORG

New research shows that a rapidly-growing environmental science field — which measures nature’s effects on human well-being — has a diversity problem that threatens its ability to make universal scientific claims. New research shows that a rapidly-growing environmental science field — which measures nature’s effects on human well-being — has a diversity problem that threatens … Read more

Rich Warren | Window shopping for internet connection | Science-technology

Imagine choosing your water supplier. Instead of being restricted to Illinois American Water, you could select among a handful of companies offering to pipe water to your home. Further, try to envision them tearing up the streets so each could lay their own mains to your block. Even more fascinating, conceive that each water company … Read more

Dynamic rivers contributed to Amazon’s rich bird diversity

A shot from a recent scientific expedition to the Amazon by the study’s lead author Lukas Musher. Credit: Lukas Musher One of the most contentious questions in evolutionary biology is, how did the Amazon become so rich in species? A new study focused on birds examines how the movements of rivers in the Amazon have … Read more

Dynamic rivers contributed to Amazon’s rich bird diversity – BIOENGINEER.ORG

One of the most contentious questions in evolutionary biology is, how did the Amazon become so rich in species? A new study focused on birds examines how the movements of rivers in the Amazon have contributed to that exceptional exceptional biological diversity. The research team, led by the American Museum of Natural History, found that … Read more