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Tuesday 22nd January 2019

DionyMed Brands Inc. Signs Binding Term Sheet to Acquire Massachusetts’ Pioneer Valley Extracts, LLC

DionyMed Enters Massachusetts Market with Award-Winning Brands DionyMed Brands Inc. (“DionyMed” or “Company”) (CSE: DYME), a multi-state cannabis brands, distribution and delivery platform, today announced it has signed a binding term sheet to acquire P

Combe (Makers of Vagisil®) Makes Investment in Sustain Natural®, Launching a Strategic Partnership to Advance Women’s Sexual Health and Wellness

The strategic investment will positively impact women’s health and provide even more choices for women to take control of their sexual health and wellness Combe Inc., the makers of Vagisil, today announced its investment in Sustain Natural, pioneers in providing natural sexual wellness products for women. Combe Inc., with seven decades of expertise i...

Tilray® to Acquire Natura Naturals Holdings Inc. for up to C$70 Million Subject to Performance Milestones

Acquisition increases the Company’s capacity to supply branded cannabis products Tilray, Inc. (“Tilray” or “the Company”) (NASDAQ:TLRY), a global leader in cannabis research, cultivation, production and distribution, today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement (“the Agreement”) pursuant to which Tilray, through a wholly-own...

Monday 21st January 2019

Mystery Orbits in Outermost Reaches of Solar System Not Caused by 'Planet Nine'

NewsThe alternative explanation to the so-called 'Planet Nine' hypothesis, proposes a disc made up of small icy bodies with a combined mass as much as ten times that of Earth.

Scientists Look to Moon Craters to Understand Earth’s Impact History

NewsUsing images and thermal data, scientists have calculated the ages of large lunar craters across the Moon to be less than one billion years.

Sunday 20th January 2019

Fossilized slime of 100-million-year-old hagfish shakes up vertebrate family tree

(University of Chicago Medical Center) Paleontologists at the University of Chicago have discovered the first detailed fossil of a hagfish, the slimy, eel-like carrion feeders of the ocean. The 100-million-year-old fossil helps answer questions about when these ancient, jawless fish branched off the evolutionary tree from the lineage that gave rise to modern-day jawed vertebrates, including bony f...

Saturday 19th January 2019

Technical University of Denmark Pharmaceuticals Healthcare Deals and Alliances Profile [Report Updated: 08112018] Prices from USD $250

SummaryTechnical University of Denmark DTU is an educational and research service provider. The university offers undergraduate programs, graduate programs, PhD programs, BSc programs, MSc programs, guest student services, accommodation services and others. It conducts research programs in the areas of biotechnology and biochemistry, chemistry, construction and mechanics, earth sciences, electrote...

Thursday 17th January 2019

Green turtle: The success of the reintroduction program in Cayman Islands

(University of Barcelona) The reintroduction program for the green turtle in the Cayman Islands has been crucial in order to recover this species, which are threatened by the effects of human overexploitation, according to the first genetic study of the green turtle's reintroduction program in this area of the Atlantic ocean.

Sound Celebration @ Ocean Terminal Deck, Harbour City

Leading the Future of Experiential Wellness Rooted in Authenticity and Nature HONG KONG, Jan. 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Taking a trendsetting lead on the global buzz of wellness and mindfulness, Harbour City celebrates the new beginning of 2019 with a transcendent Sound Celebration experience featuring Asia's biggest meditation gong collection and a panoramic view Hong Kong'...

BlueNalu, A Cellular Aquaculture Company, Announces World-Class Advisory Board

Nine new interdisciplinary members will support efforts to bring clean seafood to the world BlueNalu, a cellular aquaculture company with a mission to create and provide clean seafood to the world, announced today the formation of its world-class, interdisciplinary advisory board, including leaders at the forefront of ocean health, the culinary industr...

Unraveling Threads of Bizarre Hagfish's Explosive Slime

NewsThe ocean-dwelling hagfish is unique for all the strangest reasons.Contributed Author: 

Wednesday 16th January 2019

[Comment] The 21st-century great food transformation

Civilisation is in crisis. We can no longer feed our population a healthy diet while balancing planetary resources. For the first time in 200 000 years of human history, we are severely out of synchronisation with the planet and nature. This crisis is accelerating, stretching Earth to its limits, and threatening human and other species' sustained existence. The publication now of Food in the Ant...

Global change could also affect hake fisheries in Tierra del Fuego

(University of Barcelona) A new scientific study suggests snoek (Thyrsites atun) can recolonize the marine area of the Beagle Channel and South-Western Atlantic waters, an area in the American continent where this species competed with the hake (Merluccius sp.) to hunt preys in warmer periods. The conclusions open a new scene of potential changes that can affect trophic networks in this marine reg...

In spite of global warming, parts of Eurasia have seen a number of unusually harsh winters in the past couple of decades — a puzzling countertrend that is mainly the result of drastic sea-ice retreat in the Arctic Ocean #ResearchHighlight https://go.nat

In spite of global warming, parts of Eurasia have seen a number of unusually harsh winters in the past couple of decades — a puzzling countertrend that is mainly the result of drastic sea-ice retreat in the Arctic Ocean #ResearchHighlight 

Conception Nurseries, a Leading Cannabis Micropropagation Company, Comes out of Quiet Production and Launches Publicly Today

Conception Nurseries, a cannabis micropropagation company that has been quietly developing cannabis tissue culture clones for nearly two years, is now launching publicly. Conception is bringing tissue culture technology, a crucial component of industrial scale agriculture, to the cannabis industry. With tissue culture micropropagation, Conception produces ...

News & Views: A technically challenging analysis has revealed the physical properties of a mineral at pressures and temperatures as high as those in Earth’s mantle, as reported in Nature. 

News & Views: A technically challenging analysis has revealed the physical properties of a mineral at pressures and temperatures as high as those in Earth’s mantle, as reported in Nature. 

Tuesday 15th January 2019

Record-breaking ocean temperatures point to trends of global warming

(Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) The newly available observations show that the year 2018 is the hottest year ever recorded for the global ocean, as evident in its highest ocean heat content since 1950s in the upper 2,000 meters.

Found Nemo, found Dory with DNA in the seas; Experts prescribe way ahead for new ocean science

(Terry Collins Assoc) Advanced technologies capable of analyzing DNA in seawater will help answer some of humanity's oldest, most profound questions and concerns, including 'who lives in the sea?' -- beginning with species of interest in specific areas.To accelerate the pace towards the potentially far-reaching benefits of these technologies-both environmental and economic-organizers of the 1st US...

Ocean giant gets a health check: Combination blood, tissue test reveals whale shark diets

(University of Tokyo) Whale sharks, the world's largest fish, likely endure periods of starvation and may eat more plants than previously thought, according to the first results of a new health check developed at the University of Tokyo. Ocean scientists now have a powerful, simple tool to discover the diets, migrations, and conservation needs of this endangered species.

Life in Space May Take Toll on Spinal Muscles

TUESDAY, Jan. 15, 2019 -- Astronauts tend to complain of back pain after returning to Earth. Now, researchers think they can explain that discomfort. Long stays in space can cause spinal muscles to shrink and become more fatty, they found. In some...

China has culled more than 900,000 pigs due to African swine fever

China has culled 916,000 pigs after around 100 outbreaks of African swine fever in the country, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday, as the disease continues to spread to new regions and larger farms.

Mixotrophic protists display contrasted biogeographies in the global ocean

Monday 14th January 2019

Oceans are Warming Even Faster Than Previously Thought

NewsHeat trapped by greenhouse gases is raising ocean temperatures faster than previously thought, concludes an analysis of four recent ocean heating observations.

Government Shutdown Has No Impact on Romaine Safety as Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement Works Even Harder to Prevent Future Outbreaks

News of the government shutdown’s impact on federal public health agencies has raised concerns about the safety of the U.S. food supply. Leafy greens producers want consumers to know the shutdown is not having an impact on efforts to prevent foodborne illness outbreaks on their farms. In fact, the industry has significantly stepped up efforts to improve ...

Califa Farms adds oat milk to offerings

Califa Farms is launching its new Oat Barista

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