But this year, an unlikely teenager somehow got the world attention. Her image has been celebrated in murals and Halloween costumes, and her name has been attached to everything from bike shares to beetles. Margaret Atwood compared her to Joan of Arc. They will be pre recorded separately answering the same question on Thursday 23rd […]

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The use of vaccines in the cattle industry is widespread; however, there is limited published guidance for use by decision makers such as farmers and vets. To best support vets in advising dairy farmers on the optimisation of vaccination strategies, it is important to understand how and why vets make decisions about recommending the vaccination […]

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In lakes with >50% of their catchment area covered by plantations, there were two to six fold increases in pigments from cryptophytes (alloxanthin) and significant but lower increases (39 116%) in those from colonial cyanobacteria (canthaxanthin), but no response from biomarkers of total algal abundance ( carotene). And Pla Rabs, S. (2016), Impacts of forestry […]

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“That’s why this company has done so well. It’s because people can actually watch the process.” But is it art? That buzz carries over onto social media, fueled by photographs and videos which enhance brand visibility and advertising, says Lindahl.”That brings value to what we do. What we realized along the way is yes, this […]

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