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  1. Christians to Science: Leave Animals the Way God Designed Thema "Except ...Read the original story w/Photo

    26 min ago | Christianity Today

    Pew finds 7 in 10 Americans, as well as highly committed evangelicals, say the pesky insects should be genetically engineered to reduce disease. When asked about five ways that science can use genetic engineering on animals, many Americans express a reticence to mess with nature or "God's plan."


  2. The music of summerRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | Martinsville Bulletin

    A group of master naturalists and students inspected a captured field cricket during a "Sounds of the Night" field trip held Wednesday at Heritage Park and Natural Area in Blacksburg.


  3. Restaurant inspections by the Onondaga County Health Department July 20 to Aug. 4Read the original story w/Photo

    37 min ago | The Post-Standard

    Potentially hazardous foods in reach-in/preparation-top cooler noted between 54.1 degrees and 55-63 degrees . Reach-in/preparation-top cooler unit noted not working properly at time of inspection and not able to maintain product at/below 45 degrees .


  4. Insect PestsRead the original story w/Photo

    54 min ago | Herald Gazette

    It's almost a given that most things we grow have insect enemies. Often these don't cause much damage at all, but others can not only deform our plants but even kill them.


  5. Opinion: Beware the attack of the ticksRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Princeton Hearld

    It's the height of summer, a time of year when we are most vulnerable to insect-borne diseases. It's a threat that will still be with us well into the Fall.


  6. Experts develop allergy guide for picking landscape plantsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Reuters

    Landscapes that include fewer wind-pollinated plants could reduce symptoms for those who are particularly sensitive to outdoor allergens, according to a new resource. Allergists, landscapers and horticultural workers have few resources to recognize and recommend plants to people with particular allergies, so the Landscape Allergen Working Group of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology created a guide to help.


  7. DowDuPont Inc (DWDP) Position Reduced by Virginia Retirement Systems Et AlRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Virginia Retirement Systems ET AL lessened its holdings in DowDuPont Inc by 5.3% during the 2nd quarter, according to its most recent disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission . The fund owned 303,383 shares of the company's stock after selling 17,100 shares during the quarter.


  8. Amazingly preserved remains of a 99-million-year-old beetleRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    The preserved remains of a 99-million-year-old beetle that crawled alongside T-Rex have been found encased in amber. The beetle is believed to be the world's earliest insect pollinator and its body was coated with pollen grains when it became encased in the clear tree resin.


  9. Iowa State University President Joins The World Food Prize Council Of AdvisorsRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Agri Marketing

    ... and Life Sciences, director of the Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station, professor of entomology and more. Recently, Dr. Wintersteen was selected as one of Des Moines Business Record's 2018 Women of Influence for her leadership at ...


  10. Gary Baise: Lawyers Did A Shoddy Job Defending ChlorpyrifosRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Agri Marketing

    GARY BAISE: LAWYERS DID A SHODDY JOB DEFENDING CHLORPYRIFOS Aug. 16, 2018 Source: blog by Gary Baise, Environmental Lawyer, Washington, DC, Partner with Olsson Frank Weeda Terman Matz PC as it appeared in Farm Futures Last Thursday a federal court took an extraordinary step by ordering EPA to revoke all tolerances and cancel all registrations for chlorpyrifos. This is to be done within 60 days.


  11. Does your child have anxiety? How to spot symptoms and deal with itRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Indian Express

    Children experience symptoms of anxiety right through childhood. Some amount of anxiety is healthy and necessary for development.


  12. One of world's top urban forests threatened by tiny beetleRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Trees line a street in a Johannesburg suburb, Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018. One of the world's largest urban forests is under threat from the polyphagous shot hole borer beetle which is thought to have made its way from Southeast Asia on packing crates or through the movement of plant materials.


  13. Trilobites: Trapped in 99-Million-Year-Old Amber, a Beetle With Pilfered PollenRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The New York Times

    Bees and butterflies are praised for their pollination prowess. But millions of years before they ever flirted with a flower, beetles were one of the world's pre-eminent pollinators.


  14. Health Canada to ban pesticides blamed for bee losses, but farmers wonder about alternativesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | CBC News

    The federal government is giving farmers three years to figure out what pesticides they can use to protect their crops from aphids and mites, but some say they aren't convinced about the alternatives. Health Canada confirmed plans Wednesday to gradually phase out two of the three nicotine-based pesticides - neonicotinoids, also known as neonics - that are currently approved for use in Canada.


  15. Handle overwintering occasional invaders differentlyRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Pest Control

    In general, occasional invaders are exterior nuisance pests that cannot survive for long indoors. They may enter structures for any number of reasons: when outside conditions become hostile to their survival; because they may be attracted to lights; or in the case of predators, they may be pursuing a meal.


  16. MUN Botanical Garden celebrating pollinatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Compass

    The Memorial University Botanical Garden and the Newfoundland and Labrador Beekeeping Association are hosting activities to celebrate pollinators this Saturday, Aug. 18. - 123RF Stock Photo ST. JOHN'S, N.L. Pollinators will get some much-deserved love at the MUN Botanical Garden this Saturday, Aug. 18. More than 200,000 species of insects worldwide act as pollinators.


  17. Bugs Will Actually Make Your Next Phone BetterRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Wired

    ... researchers are pursuing biomimicry -basically, copping nature's secrets. A deft synthesis of engineering and entomology, the resulting breakthroughs could make the next generation of devices smarter, lighter, and more sustainable. We explored the ...


  18. You Post It, We Report It: Morning of Aug. 16Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | KLKN

    UNL Entomology Doctoral Student Annie Krueger was named a professional development fellow by the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research. She committed to play basketball at Illinois State University.


  19. Check Out This Beetle Trapped In Amber For 99 Million YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Discover

    The beetle Cretoparacucujus cycadophilus , trapped in amber along with grains of pollen for 99 million years, likely used highly specialized mandibles for pollination. A new species of beetle, preserved in a piece of amber along with several grains of pollen, is the earliest direct evidence of an insect pollinating an ancient plant group nearly 100 million years ago.


  20. Former obese vegan now ONLY eats raw liver, mince and bone marrowRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Man is arrested after more than SEVENTY people overdose on a bad batch of K2 synthetic marijuana in a Connecticut park right next to Yale in just one day Scientist, 26, loses 8 STONE by ditching his vegan diet for RAW liver, mince and bone marrow and claims his carnivore-only eating plan has boosted his sex drive! A former obese vegan has lost nearly half his bodyweight after switching to a 'carnivore diet' of nothing but raw liver, mince and bone marrow. Andrew Graf, 26, from Texas , was overweight and battling anxiety before he ditched his plant-based eating regimen for a raw-meat diet a year ago in an attempt to make his body run on fat rather than carbohydrates.