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Life grew from tepid water, study finds

Fans of the classic rock music mockumentary Spinal Tap (1984) may recall a moment when the eponymous band’s hapless bass player, Derek Smalls, explains his relationship to the two leading lights in ... read more

Conformal Coatings Market for PCBs: Focus Shifts to Enhancing Component Life, Finds Fact.MR Study

this is resulting in the growing popularity of the water-based technology as it eliminates the emission of volatile organic compounds. According to the study on conformal coatings market for PCBs, the ... read more

Hatchery life changes fish genetics, Oregon study finds

A new study used steelhead ... over whether hatchery life changes fish at the genetic level. It does - and the changes happen at an astoundingly rapid pace. The study, published Wednesday in the ... read more

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He finds humans 'too unpredictable' — so he studies cougars for a living

Clint Robins grew up outdoors in Wisconsin and Rwanda ... In my freshman year of college, the last year I was a guide, I did a water-quality sampling project looking at areas within Lake of ... read more

Tiger population in Bangladesh’s Sudarbans may be wiped out by 2070, finds study

As global temperatures rise and melting polar ice raises sea levels, the influx of salinated sea water can make it harder for certain plants to grow ... less loss of life and capital during ... read more

While There Are Obstacles, Hydropower May Spring to Life, says a Government Study

As North America and specifically the United States moves to create more of its electricity from cleaner burning fuels, hydropower may spring to life. While there will be obstacles, a new government ... read more

Living near water boosts mental health

People who live within view of water have lower psychological distress, study finds. For most of my life, I've had the great fortune of living near water. I grew up on a small, clean lake in Muskoka, ... read more

SDG Knowledge Weekly: Climate Risk and Action, and Society’s Responses

a CDP study shows US cities’ and businesses’ attitudes towards the risks and opportunities posed by climate change. Titled, ‘Bracing for the impacts of climate change,’ the report reviews findings ... read more

NASA finds signs of water on Mars, raising hopes of finding life

or could evidence of that ancient life be found? Since NASA plans to send humans to Mars in the 2030s, could their habitat be built near one of the areas with water so astronauts could use it for ... read more

Europeans Credit EU With Promoting Peace and Prosperity, but Say Brussels Is Out of Touch With Its Citizens

Across these 10 nations, a median of 58% believe that when children in their country grow up ... The survey also finds that views about the EU and the challenges facing Europe vary in important ways ... read more

Water Could Have Drowned the Earth If Not for Ancient Supernova

Radioactive metal might help explain why Earth and its sibling worlds are not ocean planets hostile to life as we know it, a new study finds. Earth is the only world known to both have life and ... read more

Tom Magness, guest columnist: Real immigration problem requires U.S. vision, resolve well south of our border

Gender discrimination, lack of economic opportunity and corruption loom large over day-to-day life. Rampant gang violence ... and the World Health Organization finds that a lack of clean drinking ... read more

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