Rice is the most widely consumed staple food source for a large part of the world’s population.
The new system, called AeDES, is expected to help public health authorities identify at-risk areas at least a month ahead of time, improving response and planning operations.
The price the UK government was prepared to pay to save lives during the COVID-19 pandemic was far lower than in many other developed nations, a study has revealed.
As humans continue to send large quantities of carbon into the atmosphere, much of that carbon is absorbed by the ocean, and UConn researchers have found high CO2 concentrations in water can make fish grow smaller.
Findings have implications for how federal agencies assess pesticides for breast cancer risk.
From lowering your risk of obesity and cardiovascular disease to improving your concentration and overall daily performance, sleep has been proven to play a critical role in our health.
The drop in traffic-related air pollution in the Boston area found by Tufts researchers offers lessons for the future.
A study co-authored by a Texas A&M professor shows that the endorsement of widespread but factually inaccurate beliefs could impact health behavior and policy.
Pest colonizes grape vines, forms root and leaf tumors, repels other predators.
Bruce Lipshutz receives a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to make antimalarial drugs inexpensively — and green.
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