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Coffee and potatoes point the way for herring

The herring has much to learn from potatoes and coffee when it comes to marketing and developing new products.

Small creatures do great damage

A tiny animal has become a costly affair for fish farmers. Now scientists intend to make it hot for the little pest.

Acid salts and heat give better fish feed

Salmon and rainbow trout digest protein in plant-based feed better with inclusion of acid salts in combination with high temperature during extrusion.

Arctic plants face an uncertain future

A warmer climate will cause a substantial loss of habitat for most Arctic plants. Some species will cope, while others will experience an irrevocable loss of genetic diversity.

Russia: The Unhappy People

It has been said that it is hard for a foreigner to capture the Russian soul. The Russian melancholy is a collective feeling of loss and heavy burdens.

Lactic acid protects the brain

Lactic acid has had a bad reputation for a long time. Now researchers have discovered that it in fact protects your brain.

A most unusual cancer patient

One of humankind's genetic cousins is baker's yeast. That makes this humble yeast a perfect guinea pig for cancer research.

Classroom culture decisive for learning

Teachers must exploit pupil culture to enhance teaching, according to new study.

Will your house stand in the next storm?

The amount of compensation paid out by insurance companies for flooding is rapidly escalating. What can homeowners do to avoid such damage? A web-based tool may be the answer.

Cancer treatment with fewer side effects

Side effects are currently the biggest problem with any cancer treatment. A treatment which kills only cancer cells, leaving other cells unaffected, is now underway.
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