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07:49 EDT 21st April 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Hiding from a warmer climate in the forest

(Stockholm University) Global warming threatens forest plants adapted to cooler temperatures. An international team of scientists from the universities of Stockholm, Marseille and Helsinki have unraveled where these species could survive within colder spots in the same forest. The findings can help to understand the effect of climate change on forest biodiversity and what we can do to protect it.


Forest City Seats New Independent Directors

"We are thrilled to welcome our new independent directors to the Forest CityBoard," said David LaRue, President and Chief Executive Officer of Forest Read more...

Forest City Further Extends Nomination Window for 2018 Annual Meeting of Stockholders to ...

About Forest City Forest City Realty Trust, Inc. is an NYSE-listed national real estate company with $8.1 billionin consolidated assets. The Company is principally Read more...


MSU environmental scientist wins grant to research forest management consequences

(Montana State University) William Kleindl and colleagues will use a $312,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to determine what effect forest management decisions have on forest ecology from local to regional to continental scales.

Forest conservation can have greater ecological impacts by allowing sustainable harvesting

(University of Missouri-Columbia) New research at the University of Missouri has found that forest owners at greater risk of illegally cutting trees from their forests prefer to participate in conservation programs that allow sustainable timber harvesting. The findings of the study, conducted by Francisco Aguilar and Phillip Mohebalian, could be used to craft conservation contracts that are more l...

STAT Plus: U.S. attorney urged to re-open an investigation into an Allergan unit for alleged fraud

Documents indicate Forest Laboratories management obscured crucial information demonstrating the Celexa antidepressant was not effective in children.

BD introduces new informatics and automation solutions for clinical laboratories

BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), a leading global medical technology company, today introduced several new informatics and automation solutions for clinical laboratories, which may play a critical role in the fight against infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance.

Columbia researchers win Microsoft award to support data-driven ecological research

(Data Science Institute at Columbia) Two researchers from the Data Science Institute (DSI) at Columbia have been awarded a Microsoft grant that gives them access to the company's cloud-computing platform, Azure, and AI tools. The two will use Microsoft's tools to conduct ecological research in Puerto Rico, where they're studying the effect of Hurricane Maria on El Yunque National Forest, the only ...

Everything you wanted to know about wildland forest fires but were afraid to ask

Drought-Induced Changes in Forest Composition Amplify Effects of Climate Change on Carbon Storage

A UF researcher and his team based their findings on systematic forest inventories of trees in the eastern U.S. from the 1980s to the 2000s

Need to unwind? Try 'forest bathing.'

Research shows that 'forest bathing,' the practice of spending time in a wooded area is good for your mind, body and spirit.

Tecan to introduce Fluent Gx Automation Workstation for clinical and regulated laboratories

Tecan’s range of advanced liquid handling solutions will soon be enhanced with the introduction of the new Fluent Gx Automation Workstation, designed specifically to meet the stringent needs of clinical and regulated laboratories.

Alberta's boreal forest could be dramatically altered by 2100 due to climate change, study says

(University of Alberta) Half of Alberta's upland boreal forest is likely to disappear over the next century due to climate change, a new study shows. The upland forest will be replaced after wildfire by open woodland or grassland, according to research from University of Alberta biologists, conducted in collaboration with Natural Resources Canada researchers.

Tecan to launch Fluent Gx Automation Workstation for use in regulated laboratories

Tecan’s range of advanced liquid handling solutions will soon be enhanced with the introduction of the new Fluent® Gx Automation Workstation, designed specifically to meet the stringent needs of clinical and regulated laboratories. This latest addition to the Tecan family will offer the flexibility to meet a host of laboratory needs – such as clinical diagnostics, next generat...

Tecan to launch Fluent® Gx Automation Workstation for use in regulated laboratories

Tecan’s range of advanced liquid handling solutions will soon be enhanced with the introduction of the new Fluent® Gx Automation Workstation, designed specifically to meet the stringent needs of clinical and regulated laboratories. This latest addition to the Tecan family will offer the flexibility to meet a host of laboratory needs – such as clinical diagnostics, next genera...

Tecan to Launch Fluent® Gx Automation Workstation for Use in Regulated Laboratories

The Fluent Gx is designed specifically to meet the needs of clinical and regulated laboratories

Ninety-six scientists co-author paper on rainforest mammals

(Field Museum) The Atlantic Forest, the second most biodiverse forest system in South America (after the Amazon), once covered roughly 463,000 square miles of habitat. Today, only 8-12 percent of this original habitat space remains. Ninety-six co-authors compiled trait information on 39,850 individuals from 279 different mammal species and 388 separate populations into a single, comprehensive stud...

Funding round pulls in $2.3M for Forest Devices

A round of seed financing brought in $2.3 million for Pittsburgh-based Forest Devices, which makes a portable stroke screenin -More- 

Charcoal Remains Could Accelerate CO2 Emissions after Forest Fires

Burning trees in forest fires naturally cause the emission of CO2, but little is known about the extent to which fire-derived charcoal influences ecosystem processes

AMP publishes recommendations for clinical CYP2C19 genotyping allele selection

(Association for Molecular Pathology) AMP has published consensus, evidence-based recommendations to aid clinical laboratory professionals when designing and validating clinical CYP2C19 assays, promote standardization of testing across different laboratories and complement existing clinical guidelines.

CRO adds immunology specialism to its armory

Pre-clinical and clinical lab services provider Charles River Laboratories International has acquired…

Forest Resilience Declines in Face of Wildfires, Climate Change

In a recent study, researchers wanted to understand if and how changing climate over the last several decades affected post-fire tree regeneration, a key indicator of forest resilience

The Latest: New chief faces "hard truths" at Forest Service

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The Latest on the appointment of a female firefighter as interim head of the U.S. Forest Service as the agency struggles to deal with misconduct within its ranks (all times local):

Forest City completes conversion of ownership in 10 New York City specialty retail centers

The closing covers 10 of the 13 centers that are part of a joint venture between Forest City and Madison International Realty, LLC. Closings on Read more...

'I Don't Expect to Be Forgiven.' Logan Paul Has Issued a Longer Apology For His Suicide Forest Video

The YouTube star sparked outcry for posting a video showing what appeared to be a body in a Japanese forest


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