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Rain suspends play in Rio Open

Frenchman Gael Monfils led top-seeded Marin Cilic of Croatia 6-3 and was tied 7-7 in a second-set tiebreaker when heavy rain suspended play night in the Rio Open        

Spectacular set of German Expressionist prints given to Colby Museum

2 hours agoArts : Artdaily

The Colby College Museum of Art has acquired a significant collection of German Expressionist prints, the gift of Norma Boom Marin. The remarkable gift of 28 prints, many of them brilliant or rare impressions, will make its first public appearance at Colby later this year. Show More Summary

Iceberg Exposes Marine Ecosystem After 120K Years

When an iceberg the size of Delaware separated from the Larsen C ice shelf last July, it uncovered an Antarctic marine habitat that had been hidden from the rest of the world for over 120,000 years, Quartz reports. Now scientists are racing to study the 3,600-square-mile ecosystem before...

Mill Valley bellyachers deem bold storefront color unacceptable

Paint job slammed as “too bright” Like a scene out of Footloose wherein Reverend Shaw Moore bans dancing at the high school prom, the city of Mill Valley, a wealthy albeit aesthetically-staid Marin County enclave north of the Golden Gate Bridge, wants nothing to do with fun, daring colors. Show More Summary

Leadership Lens: Investing in a singular goal

David Marine is the Senior Vice President of Brand Engagement for Coldwell Banker where he positively influences consumers on a mass scale from his management of world-class, award-winning advertising campaigns to elevating ColdwellShow More Summary

'Chameleon' ocean bacteria can shift their colors

Cyanobacteria - which propel the ocean engine and help sustain marine life - can shift their colour like chameleons to match different coloured light across the world's seas, according to research by an international collaboration including the University of Warwick.

Guinea pigs need home after turning up at hero Marine's funeral

13 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Two guinea pigs mysteriously appeared on the steps of a church during the funeral for a Marine who died saving people from a deadly fire.

Thunder Child, An Incredible High-Speed Boat That Is Unable to be Capsized

13 hours agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Frank Kowalski and his team at Safehaven Marine built the Thunder Child, an incredible high-speed boat that was built to pierce through waves and unable to be capsized. The 10-man craft, which was designed for the Navy, law enforcement, and offshore patrol applications, has a watertight cabin and a super low center of gravity to...

Scientists set off to explore new Antarctic ecosystem

A team of international scientists led by the British Antarctic Survey set off on Wednesday to explore a mysterious marine ecosystem that has lain hidden under an ice shelf for up to 120,000 years.

Fancy a jellyfish chip?

A researcher became intrigued by jellyfish when he bit into the marine delicacy and experienced an unexpected crunch; he decided he wanted to 'understand the transformation from soft gel to this crunchy thing.' Scientists have now combined their expertise in biophysics and biochemistry to gain a better understanding of how food preparation affects jellyfish from the inside out.

How oysters, mussels, and corals help marine vegetation buffer ocean acidification

  Ocean acidification is already threatening marine life around the world, and conditions are only expected to worsen in the coming years. But for certain shoreline environments, there may be a workaround. Researchers have discovered that marine vegetation such as seaweed and seagrass exert such a strong mitigating effect on local water acidification that they […]

Simultaneous shifts in elemental stoichiometry and fatty acids of Emiliania huxleyi in response to environmental changes

Climate-driven changes in environmental conditions have significant and complex effects on marine ecosystems. Variability in phytoplankton elements and biochemicals can be important for global ocean biogeochemistry and ecological functions,...Show More Summary

Oil-eating microbes are challenged in the Arctic

New economic developments in the Arctic, such as trans-Arctic shipping and oil exploitation, will bring along unprecedented risks of marine oil spills. The world is therefore calling for a thorough understanding of the resilience and "self-cleaning" capacity of Arctic ecosystems to recover from oil spills.

It Costs U.S. Taxpayers Just 1 Cent a Year to Protect America's Marine Mammals—but Trump's Budget Scraps It

Trump's proposed budget would eliminate the Marine Mammal Commission. In the 1970s, several species of marine mammals in U.S. waters were at risk of extinction or depletion due to human activities such as fishing bycatch, ship strikes and offshore drilling. Show More Summary

Enhanced education could help turn the tide on marine litter

Finding a solution to the causes and impacts of marine litter is now widely recognised as one of the major environmental challenges of our time. And one of the key elements required to address the issue is encouraging people of all ages to move away from the current throwaway culture.

Enhanced education could help turn the tide on marine litter

(University of Plymouth) Research led by the University of Plymouth has revealed that designing systematic and innovative education tools to teachers and students can make a significant and positive contribution to their understanding of the problem of marine litter -- and their willingness to do something about it.

GoGrocer Coming To Imperial Towers

Coming soon to Marine Drive: GoGrocer will open around the middle of March at Imperial Towers, 4250 North Marine. In addition to food and alcohol, it will feature a pharmacy and a cafe.The previous convenience store closed last November after many years, when the owner took a well-earned retirement.We'll keep you informed about the opening as it draws nearer.

PLOS Biology in the media – January

  Welcome to the first PLOS Biology media blog of 2018! We’re starting the year with a bang, with research on marine food web collapse, global flower-power, ancient Scandinavians, hot mitochondria, and musculoskeletal networks.  

ATP World Tour 500, Rio de Janeiro Men's Singles Seeds Progress

Feb 21 (OPTA) - Seeds Progress from the ATP World Tour 500, Rio de Janeiro Men's Singles matches on Tuesday .. Seeds.. Seed Round Rslt Opponent Score 1 Marin Cilic (CRO) 2nd to play Gael Monfils (FRA) (start 21:30) 1st won Carlos Berlocq (ARG) 6-3 6-2 2 Dominic Thiem (AUT) 1st to play Dusan Lajovic (SRB) (start 01:45) 3 Pablo Carreno Busta (ESP) 2nd to play Aljaz Bedene (SL

Pat Robertson Calls For Assault Weapons Ban [VIDEO]

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

“Ladies and gentlemen, I am a gun owner, I have hunted, I have shot skeet, I have gotten awards when I was in the Marine Corps for shooting. I’ve got no opposition whatsoever to shooting, but for heaven’s sakes, I don’t think that the general population needs to have automatic weapons. Show More Summary

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