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The night life around Black Rock Mountain State Park will keep researchers from across the state busy Sept.
MOWGLI and co are starring in The Jungle Book at Grafham Water Park near Huntingdon on Monday.
A public health notice warning residents of bubonic plague found in fleas sits on an open space fence post Wednesday on Terrace Place in Boulder County.
The EndZone Insecticide Sticker provides control of house flies in less than one minute after contact, with up to seven months residual action indoors and four months outdoors , the company says.
Researchers have developed methods for electronically manipulating the flight muscles of moths and for monitoring the electrical signals moths use to control those muscles.
In the Jurassic Period, when dinosaurs ruled the land, tiny mammals probably had to keep a low profile and survive by gobbling any insects they could find, but new research suggests these early mammals may have been pickier eaters than scientists previously thought.
A PROJECT to tackle a deathwatch beetle infestation at the historic house which inspired Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre has unearthed 1,000 years of history at the site.
Hardip Singh, of East Ham, was munching his lunch in his local KFC outlet with a mate when he made the sickening find.
It's green, loaded with nutrients and is so reliably hardy, it grows just about everywhere, especially in cooler climates.
Senior lecturer from the Univeristy of Western Sydney Dr Markus Riegler says new research into the Queensland fruit fly, will hopefully be used to mass produce male flies.
If you thought mind-controlling fungi were already scary, just wait - the shrooms are even more strategic than we thought.
On the second Saturday of every month, Howard County Conservancy offers a free program.
AT RISK: An international task force of independent scientists completed a four-year analysis of 800 peer reviewed papers on systemic pesticides and found conclusive evidence that neonics are causing significant damage to bees, butterflies, earthworms and birds.
In this Wednesday, July 31, 2014 photo, horticulture professor Fred Gmitter holds root stock of a citrus tree at the University of Florida Citrus Research and Education Center, in Lake Alfred, Fla.
There is a lot scientists can do to explore the potential of better-known bacteria, such as Streptomyces, long a rich source of antibiotics.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has announced the first reported case of West Nile virus for 2014.
This October 2013 photo provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service shows a burned MacGillivray's Warbler that was found at the Ivanpah solar plant in the California Mojave Desert.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 05:10 am
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