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10-26-2021
Climate change will impact the quality and taste of coffee
Some of us need a good strong cup of coffee to start the day. Others will chug down a pot or two before even thinking about engaging in conversation. Whatever style you adopt, you likely don't consider how many environmental factors are involved in the production of your coffee.  Now, a study from the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts and Montana State University is Shedding new light on the impacts of climate change on coffee production. "A subpar cup of coffee has economic...
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10-27-2021
Coordinated efforts needed to slow deforestation
A new study led by Stanford University argues that policy...
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10-25-2021
Black spruce trees are endangered by Arctic wildfires
A new study has revealed that black spruce trees, a...
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10-25-2021
Enormous loss of crop diversity found in recent decades
Despite the fact that scientists have been aware of a...
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10-22-2021
Artificial scaffolds can support the growth of plant cells
As seedlings emerge from the soil, they face a significant...
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10-21-2021
Red wine grapes have unexpected gut health benefits
The skins and pulp left behind after the early stages...
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10-20-2021
When faced with competition, some plants learn to self-pollinate
In evolution, it’s usually thought that organisms avoid competition through...
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10-20-2021
Orange juice can reduce inflammation and chronic disease
A new study published in the journal Advances in Nutrition...
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10-19-2021
Using light to identify plant populations
Being able to distinguish one genetic population of plants from...
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10-19-2021
Secrets of forest mortality can be found underground
A new study from the University of Buffalo has gone...
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10-19-2021
Marshes protect shorelines against inclement weather
A new study published in the journal Physical Review - Fluids...
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10-18-2021
One-third of plants are completely reliant on animal pollinators
While many plants are able to produce seeds through "auto-fertility"...
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10-15-2021
Invasive shrubs are transforming Northeastern forests
Invasive shrubs in Northeastern forests are stifling the growth of...
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