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In the mid-nineteenth century, workers began digging through Hoosac Mountain, a massive impediment nearly five miles thick, for a rail line to connect Boston to the Hudson River. The project would cost more than ten times the budgeted estimate. If the people involved had known that, the line would not have been built and factories of northwestern Massachusetts wouldn't have been able to ship their goods so easily to the expanding West. The cost of freight would
This week past the NEXT Foundation of New Zealand made the major announcement of start-up funding for a company named ZIP. Zero Invasive Predators (ZIP) aims to regenerate our native birdlife by transforming the way invasive predators are managed on mainland New Zealand. On small islands (in the range of 10,000 hectares) we have the…
You may notice the Open Access is a new trend these days. Today, we like to share why you should consider making your next article Open Access. Benefits for Authors As an author, do you search for the easiest way to make your research instantly open and accessible to millions of readers? Why not consider […]
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Seemingly every year scientists set a new record with the number of species they describe. 2014 will be no exception. Below are some of the 'new species' highlights from the past year. The list includes species whose descriptions were first published in 2014. Some of the 'discoveries' occurred in years prior.
Fake grill marks have the tendency for people to undercook things, when the only way to know is a tip-sensitive digital thermometer. Barbecue season is here and therefore sausages are on the menu. Sausages like these are popular at most … Continue reading →