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Foiling the bugs that spoil wine

Foiling the bugs that spoil wine

Researchers identify a microbe behind musty wine

By | Posted December 31, 2010

An “Overwhelming Problem” in the Navajo Nation

An “Overwhelming Problem” in the Navajo Nation

A look at one uranium mine shows how difficult it will be to clean up the reservation’s hundreds of abandoned Cold War-era mines

By | Posted December 30, 2010

The dangers of drunk biking

The dangers of drunk biking

Think twice before mounting the tipsy tricycle

By | Posted December 29, 2010

The bottle as beaker

The bottle as beaker

A New York vintner discusses the role of science in winemaking

By | Posted December 28, 2010

A triumph of bravado

A triumph of bravado

How art buff Garrett Oliver became a brewing luminary

By | Posted December 27, 2010

Rethinking the gene

Rethinking the gene

The popular notion of genetics is wrong

By | Posted December 24, 2010

A new use for 200-year-old pressed plants

A new use for 200-year-old pressed plants

Ecologists are looking to herbaria, the world’s historical libraries of preserved plants, to see how plants are reacting to global warming

By | Posted December 23, 2010

Visiting the last place on earth

Visiting the last place on earth

The Clelia II’s recent troubles in Antarctic waters bring up questions about tourism regulation in the Antarctic

By | Posted December 22, 2010

Sugar and spice and...salt?

Sugar and spice and…salt?

Molasses puts a sticky spin on road salt across the country

By | Posted December 17, 2010

Porcupines Expose Pitfalls of Wildlife Farming

Porcupines Expose Pitfalls of Wildlife Farming

Farming of exotic animals has not solved Vietnam’s illegal wildlife trade predicament

By | Posted December 16, 2010

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