Why GM crops are good for you

If you have a problem with genetically modified (GM) crops, I have bad news for you. The wild version of the grasses that rice and wheat originate from had an evolutionary trick that made the stem brittle just as the grain ripened, allowing the plant to break easily, causing the …

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The imbalance of doctoral students – The Mac Weekly

Obtain a doctorate. is not an easy task. For an average of eight years – the average length of a marriage in the United States, as assistant philosophy professor Sam Asarnow points out – students work through a grueling learning process to conduct research and produce articles. in their respective …

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The mad rush of this energy transition

As we gaze at the top of the roller coaster we’ve been on for a year, it looks like we’re on a long, crazy ride. Ahead: A few decades filled with gigantic decelerations, as well as exciting advancements moving faster than we ever imagined. If this makes you uncomfortable, you …

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How Retailers Can Adapt to Rising Customer Expectations

A lot of people are talking about the great retail apocalypse. On the surface, negative titles paint a grim picture for just about everyone except Amazon. Despite these seemingly dark times, a retail renaissance is currently underway, paving the way for a brighter future for the entire industry. As the …

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