(EMBO) EMBO congratulates 27 life scientists on their selection as new EMBO Young Investigators. They join a network of 129 current and 340 former Young Investigators, and will begin their 4-year programme tenure in January 2020. During this time EMBO will provide financial and practical support as well as networking opportunities for the Young Investigators and their lab members.
The mountaintop Chinese temples of Red Clouds Golden Summit have been a destination for Buddhists and tourists in search of peace and inspiration.
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(Acoustical Society of America) The Acoustical Society of America will hold its 178th meeting, Dec. 2-6, at the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego. This major scientific conference brings together interdisciplinary groups of researchers spanning many fields, including physics, medicine, music, psychology, architecture and engineering, to discuss their latest research. Reporters are invited to attend the meeting for free and participate in a series of press conferences featuring a selection of newsworthy research.
Architect Appalled by ‘Horrible’ Homes Planned for Village Buys Land Herself to Design Attractive Eco-Houses
Rather than let developers build two ugly, expensive, inefficient houses, Fran Bradshaw, a determined architect bought the land to build eco-homes.
As temperatures drop, broad-leafed deciduous trees â think maples and oaks â withdraw the green chlorophyll from their leaves. Their leaves turn colors and fall. Evergreens solve the problem of winter in a different way.
(American Association for the Advancement of Science) Exchange of genetic material among species played a major role in the wide diversity of Heliconius butterflies, according to a new study, results of which inform a centuries-long debate about the value of hybridization to species evolution.
This innovative Copenhill power plant turns trash into energy, and doubles as a ski slope and climbing wall that is open to the public in Denmark.
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