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EPA does not regulate seeds coated in pesticides that kill pollinators

The Environmental Protection Agency rejected a petition Wednesday asking the federal agency to more closely regulate a group of chemicals...

‘Superhero’ moss can save communities from flooding, scientists say | flood

A "superhero" moss can significantly reduce the risk and severity of flooding for communities living in downstream areas, the researchers found.Scientists from the conservation...

‘A farming machine’: Scotland turns to vertical farming to increase tree stock | trees and forests

meIt is a far cry from the romance of a sun-kissed Highland glen. Instead, imagine a white cube outfitted with the computer-controlled automation...

Hundreds of hospitals are at risk of hurricane flooding

Hundreds of hospitals along US coasts are in danger of flooding when hurricanes hit, new research warn. And as sea levels continue to...

Why Biden’s fight with COVID-19 is likely to be easier than Trump’s

Nearly two years separate the COVID-19 diagnoses of then-President Trump and current President Biden. In a pandemic that has compromised all the powers...

Alert: 3 Russian cosmonauts return safely from mission to the International Space Station

MOSCOW (AP) — Three Russian cosmonauts return safely from a mission to the International Space Station.

How to spot ultra-processed foods in the supermarket

Nutrition and health columnist Anahad O'Connor explains the risks of ultra-processed foods and what you eat instead.

Revisiting the first dinosaur park | Sciences

A once-ridiculed sculpture exhibition is worth a second look

Sleeping in barns – homeless people in the countryside

Street sleepers face harsh conditions as a task force warns of a hidden homeless 'crisis'.

What’s the difference and which one should you use?

amgun/Shutterstock.com SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS are three common terms that describe different types of service-based computing. In each case, companies consume IT resources on...

NASA and USGS Map Minerals to Understand Earth’s Composition and Climate Change

NASA and the US Geological Survey (USGS) will map parts of the southwestern United States for critical minerals using advanced aerial imagery.
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