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Study tracks food’s value from farm to plate globally

As soon as an ear of corn is taken off its stalk, or a potato is pulled from the ground, it travels anywhere from a few miles to across continents, and sometimes undergoes a multitude of processes that transform it into the food we consume.

Forests and climate change: ‘We can’t plant our way out of...

Some climate activists advocate large-scale tree-planting campaigns in forests around the world to suck up heat-trapping carbon dioxide and help rein in climate change.

Being Social Generates Larger Genomes in Snapping Shrimp

In an article published in PNAS, the peer-reviewed official journal of the National Academy of Sciences, a team of researchers led by Columbia University’s Dustin R. Rubenstein...

Polar vortex, winter heat may change bird populations

For birds and other wildlife, winter is a time of resource scarcity. Extreme winter weather events such as a polar vortex can push some species to the edge of survival.

New satellite office expands ASU’s presence in the Middle East

ASU's Thunderbird School of Global Management has opened a new satellite center of excellence in Dubai called the Thunderbird Global Innovation Center in partnership with Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)...

USC plans dramatic expansion of sustainability curriculum

USC is planning a major expansion of its undergraduate curriculum focused on sustainability in the coming school year to help prepare future leaders to protect the planet.

How antibiotic-filled poop helps bessbug ‘beetles’ stay healthy

The lifestyle of the horned passalus beetle, commonly known as the bessbug or betsy beetle, might seem downright disgusting to the average human...

Non-Parents Expand ‘Facial Dexterity’ in Caring for Infants Among Primates

Non-parents expand the range of their facial expressions in caring for infants among primates, revealing the ability, among non-relatives, to both decipher facial expressions and to be attuned to others’ emotional states.

Good bacteria can temper chemotherapy side effects

A new Northwestern University study found that specific types of gut bacteria can protect other good bacteria from cancer treatments — mitigating harmful...

New graduates join order of the engineer

The Order of the Engineer ceremony, held Tuesday on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus, officially welcomed nearly 150 members of the graduating Class of 2021 to the engineering profession.
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