Science

  • Feida Environmental Science & Technology, Create Technology and Science –

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    The market understanding report on Environmental Protection Equipment is set up through decided course of action of deliberate examination reliant on COVID-19 impacts, certain records, current and exceptional estimations and future unforeseen developments. The information report organized contains nuances on the primary players of the Environmental Protection Equipment market, close by various ...
  • American Chemical Society Names Bryan Brooks, Ph.D., as New Editor-in-chief for

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    Bryan W. Brooks, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Environmental Science and Biomedical Studies at Baylor University, has been named editor-in-chief of the American Chemical Society journal Environmental Science & Technology Letters. Media Contacts: American Chemical Society, newsroom@acs.org, and Lori Fogleman, Baylor University Media and Public Relations, 254-710-6275Follow us on Twitter: @BaylorUMedia ...
  • RVCC receives $300,000 to staff environmental studies center

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    Thanks to a gift to the Raritan Valley Community College Foundation, the College’s Center for Environmental Studies will have full-time leadership to implement its programs benefiting students and the larger community. A five-year, $300,000 gift from an anonymous donor will fund the first staff scientist for ecological research and restoration ...
  • New grant will help set up environmental studies program at Misericoria

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    January 15, 2020 WILKES-BARRE — The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections issued a report Wednesday morning that recommends the closing of the State Correctional Institution at Retreat. Three local state senators then issued a terse statement, which included calling on Gov. Tom Wolf to reject the recommendation and keep the facility ...
  • Latest News: Environmental Science Senior Uses Video to Teach Science to

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    Environmental Science Senior Uses Video to Teach Science to Elementary Schoolers Even while away from his students, Ian Wolfe Adler ’20 is still creating lesson plans. By: Heather Mayer Irvine  Thursday, April 23, 2020 08:57 AM Ian Wolfe Adler ’20 Ian Wolfe Adler ’20 won’t let the COVID-19 pandemic stop ...
  • Coronavirus has created conditions for unique environmental science ‘global

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    Credit: CC0 Public Domain Stay-at-home orders enacted to slow human movement, and consequently the spread of COVID-19, have had obvious benefits for the environment, but they are also impacting environmental science. Researchers are racing to collect atmospheric and other data, which they can use to assess their climate models and ...
  • Sep 7 | Careers in Environmental Science Webinar

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    Hello everyone! We’re Honey, Natives, and Beeyond, an environmental conservation organization led by a group of high school students passionate about mitigating the native bee population decline.We are holding a Careers in Environmental Science Webinar intended for students in 7-12 grades (though everyone is welcome) to learn about environmental science ...
  • Tustin high school student wins first place in an international environmental

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    Little did 18-year-old Bryan Nguyen know that iPhone shots of a Lego mini-figure sitting on a toilet would win him a first-place $1,000 cash prize. The AP environmental science assignment was to create a 60-second video that highlights a population growth issue and presents a solution. Topic categories included sustaining ...
  • How Australia’s environmental scientists are being silenced

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    Authors provided Ecologists and conservation experts in government, industry and universities are routinely constrained in communicating scientific evidence on threatened species, mining, logging and other threats to the environment, our new research has found. Our study, just published, shows how important scientific information about environmental threats often does not reach ...
  • Some environmental science research on hold during COVID-19

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    Richard is researching biomass energy systems — using not just manure but cover crops to produce renewable natural gas. “What’s particularly interesting about that is it can create a new form of renewable energy, and at the same time help solve some of our challenges in agriculture, with respect to nutrient ...