High-Quality, 100 Percent Digestible Spring/Summer Mix Results in Bigger Bucks Richmond, KY – Herd Evolution®, manufacturers of the first ever premium year-round nutritional deer feeding program, has introduced its new Spring/SummerShow More Summary
As I discussed back here, in April 1774 the New-York Journal published a new version of “The New Massachusetts Liberty Song” that was actually less strident about Britain than the original. It may have been revised to reflect Whig talking...Show More Summary
Must-read column by Josh Marshall on how the false notion that more guns make us safer — which has now come to the absurd point where the president of the United States is endorsing the notion of arming schoolteachers — came to be. ...
UPS announced on Thursday it will be deploying plug-in electric vehicles that will rival the costs of traditional fuel vehicles. The company is collaborating with Workhorse Group, Inc. to design vehiclesfrom the ground up that will have...Show More Summary
Should we see how other countries have done when they decided to arm teachers and principals as a way to prevent school massacres? Does that make this sound stupid since no other country has ever considered something so completely inane?...Show More Summary
Ideas of evolution and tradition commingle in a new show at the American Indian Museum in New York City
Mercedes-AMG is the latest Formula 1 team to reveal its car for the 2018 World Championship: the W09 EQ Power+. The car is an evolution of last year's W08 EQ Power+ that star driver Lewis Hamilton drove to a fourth title. He's odds-on favorite to win this year, too, as the W09 is expected to be even faster. Mercedes is calling it the fastest grand...
CDNs have greatly improved our online experience. The CDN-H project has studied its implications for the internet's structure and the relationship between stakeholders.
There’s an unsettling premise at the heart of Joe Brewer’s life’s work. Brewer is a change strategist dedicated to ensuring a thriving global civilization exists 100 years from now—and he believes this is becoming less likely every year. There’s rising instability in our fragile and rapidly changing biosphere, he says, and society is unlikely to […]
The transition toward sustainable biobased chemical production is important for green growth, but productivity and yield of engineered cells frequently decrease in large industry-scale fermentation. This barrier to commercialization of more bioprocesses is largely ascribed to the physical inefficacies of large cubic-meter steel tanks.
Bernard Wood’s research group has a new paper on brain size evolution in hominins, led by Andrew Du in Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B: “Pattern and process in hominin brain size evolution are scale-dependent”. In this paper,...Show More Summary
Renan Barao may not be experiencing the best phase of his career, but no one can say he isn’t doing anything about it.
Can we predict the course evolution will take? That's the question an international team of researchers decided to tackle, using a quarter-century of stick insect observations. Comparing the first half of the data set to the latter half,...Show More Summary
The new 'Black Panther' movie is redefining the Marvel superhero, but that's not all. Here's why 'Black Panther' is so critical to the evolution of marketing.
(Kyoto University) Researchers find evidence supporting both male-male competition and female choice as factors in the evolution of the enlarged male nose in proboscis monkeys.
A new theory of plant evolution suggests that the 400 million-year drive of flora across the globe may not have been propelled by the above-ground traits we can see easily, but by underground adaptations that allowed plants to become more efficient and independent.
The gene may one day put an end to alcoholism.
(Technical University of Denmark) Ultra-deep DNA sequencing of thousands of cells uncovers many competing mechanisms of evolution as a threat to efficient scale-up of biobased chemicals production. Evolution plays an underestimated role in bioprocesses and limits yields much more than previously anticipated.
(University of Lincoln) New research shows that males and females of the same species can evolve to be so different that they prevent other species from evolving or colonising habitats, challenging long-held theories on the way natural selection drives the evolution of biodiversity.