TyraTech Inc., created by XL TechGroup in May 2004, is developing a range of
pesticides using natural active ingredients. The ingredients are based on natural
plant oils, which are designed to...
Biomass resources are currently greatly underutilized in the United States
and countries around the world. If effectively exploited, these resources can
reduce our dependency on foreign oil...
Article - 20 Jan 2008
Biomass can be considered as any organic material derived from plants or animals. It is possible to convert biomass to other usable forms of energy.
News - 2 Sep 2016
A new marine biodiversity study in one of the largest Marine Protected Areas in the world reveals the impact of environmental change on subantarctic seabed animals and answers big questions about the...
News - 22 Jun 2016
Scientists at James Cook University (JCU) have discovered a method to anticipate whether or not a mammal can survive a drought. A team of scientists, headed by Dr Tasmin Rymer from JCU, have created a...
News - 1 Mar 2016
Until now, the link between rising water temperatures and higher mortality rates in aquatic animals was a bit of a chicken-and-egg situation.
Are they dying because they're unable to absorb...
News - 10 Feb 2016
Since about 25 years, animal species in West and Central Africa are no longer being hunted solely for the purpose of local self-sufficiency, but increasingly also for sale in urban areas several...
News - 18 Dec 2015
The key to helping animals evolve quickly in response to climate change could actually be their predators, according to a new UBC study.
The study is one of the first to show that species...
News - 4 Sep 2015
Although most of the world's biodiversity is below ground, surprisingly little is known about how it affects ecosystems or how it will be affected by climate change. A new study demonstrates that...
News - 20 Aug 2015
Stronger winds forecast as a result of climate change could impact on populations of wild animals, by affecting how well they can feed, a study of seabirds suggests.
Research into a common UK...