ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: Broad-scale genome tinkering with help of an RNA guide: Biotechnology tool borrowed from pathogenic bacteria

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News Broad-scale genome tinkering with help of an RNA guide: Biotechnology tool borrowed from pathogenic bacteria Mechanism behind squids’ and octopuses’ ability to change color revealed Microbial who-done-it for biofuels Computer can infer rules of the forest Secret of plant geometry revealed: How plants set the angles …

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: A solution to sinusitis from the sea

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News A solution to sinusitis from the sea Meerkats use subordinate animals as guinea pigs when approaching novel threats Ancient fossilized sea creatures yield oldest biomolecules isolated directly from a fossil Pollution doesn’t change the rate of droplet formation Reduced sea ice disturbs balance of greenhouse gases …

Is BoP relevant for rebuilding north-eastern Japan?

A publication from CSR Asia Weekly Is BoP relevant for rebuilding north-eastern Japan? Recently, a CSR director from a major Japanese multinational corporation gave fresh impetus to the concept of BoP. He suggested that rebuilding north-eastern Japan, … Read more Preparing for a future with greenhouse gas product labelling – …

American Monetary Institute: The Usury Problem Remains

AMERICAN MONETARY INSTITUTE PO BOX 601, VALATIE, NY 12184 Tel. 518-392-5387, email [email protected] http://www.monetary.org Stephen Zarlenga, Director Dedicated to the independent study of monetary history, theory, and reform THE USURY PROBLEM REMAINS We’ve been to the moon; were on the verge of artificially creating life, yet we have made almost …