During pregnancy, the old adage about “eating for two” really isn’t great advice. This is true for humans, but it’s also true for livestock.
Multiple Earth Systems computer models assessed potential drought levels.
Insurance schemes with the potential to improve the resilience of global fisheries face a host of future challenges, researchers say.
Road networks in the Congo rainforest have significantly increased over the past decades, but not all paths lead to long-term destruction.
Not many research projects involve a kitchen, but that’s what University of Saskatchewan graduate student Yue He has been using to help develop a better egg replacement for making foods such as mayonnaise.
Providing seeds with a protective coating that also supplies essential nutrients to the germinating plant could make it possible to grow crops in otherwise unproductive soils, according to new research at MIT.
As Australia confronts devastating bushfire conditions, people across the nation are doing all they can to ensure the safety of their homes, property and loved ones.
The national dietary guidelines in Australia, Brazil, Ireland, Japan, Portugal, and Slovenia benefit nutrition, environment and animal welfare, Leiden environmental scientists write in the journal One Earth.
As egg farmers of Canada switch from conventional cages to alternative housing systems for laying hens, Jo Ann Chew is working to help pinpoint optimal conditions.
After a successful first year, the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence (LFCE) continues to provide unique research opportunities for livestock and forage studies.
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