Both crude oil and natural gas reserves in the United States increased in 2013, according to a new report the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). This report also included the first update...
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Cancer is not supposed to be a cold; it’s not supposed contagious. It may metastasize and spread from your face to your lungs, but I can’t catch it from you. For humans cancer isn’t contagious; for clams it is. The clam, Mya arenaria, is the famous ‘fried clam’, a staple of clam shacks all along New … Continue reading Outbreak: Cancer of the clam →
See below for citations used The diagram above displays links between the journal, editors and reviewers in the case of the paper Malin & Till (2015). I discussed these links before in Poor peer-review – a case study but thought a diagram merited … Continue reading →
Image via the Kansas Farm Food Connection. A recent article argues that it is Time for Farmers to Break Their Silence on GMOs, and I heartily agree. I recently spoke at the GMOs: Now we’re talking! event hosted by the Kansas Farm Bureau, where Bureau President, Richard Felts, asked me what farmers should say. Is there a quick fact or something that could reassure consumers about the safety of modern agriculture, particularly of GMOs? My response is that most people won’t […]