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Pollinators Still At Risk
Pollinators Still At Risk

We all know now that nicotine in cigarettes is a highly addictive substance for human beings. So you might wonder why, just 20 years ago, companies started transitioning from standard insecticides to ones derived from nicotine. The Potential Benefits The answer is...

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Florida Scientists Nervous About Termites Weakening Our Trees
Florida Scientists Nervous About Termites Weakening Our Trees

We have a saying around here. There’s two kinds of homes in Florida. Those that have termites and those that will get termites. Sadly, thanks to the swarming subterranean insects that invaded the paradise we call home, there’s a very slim chance you won’t be affected...

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The Perfect Breakfast in Bed for Mother’s Day!
The Perfect Breakfast in Bed for Mother’s Day!

It’s a popular image in commercials and TV shows. There’s nothing that quite says “I love you” like bringing mom breakfast in bed. Of course, there’s always the comic reveal moments later of the disaster area that used to be the kitchen. And who usually gets stuck...

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Nature’s Lights: A Spectacular Show!
Nature’s Lights: A Spectacular Show!

God’s creation is filled with all manner of strange and unusual creatures on the land, in the air, and deep in the ocean. Many folks point to the duckbill platypus as an example, but we’ve found some even stranger exhibits of the wonders of the animal and insect...

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New Species of Spider Discovered
New Species of Spider Discovered

This year’s Oscar award for animated film went to “Into the Spider-Verse.” In the movie, a dimensional portal opens. Suddenly, multiple Peter Parkers and a host of other versions of the iconic Spiderman are united across the multiverse. The characters recognize each...

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Ants: The Key to Antibiotic Resistance in Humans?
Ants: The Key to Antibiotic Resistance in Humans?

This year’s Oscar award for animated film went to “Into the Spider-Verse.” In the movie, a dimensional portal opens. Suddenly, multiple Peter Parkers and a host of other versions of the iconic Spiderman are united across the multiverse. The characters recognize each...

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Wallace’s Giant Bee… Rediscovered!
Wallace’s Giant Bee… Rediscovered!

Since the discovery of penicillin in 1928, antibiotics have become a life-saving force in the world. Primarily used for treating infections, antibiotics are now an essential part of everyday life for medical professionals. Without antibiotics, we couldn’t safely...

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NASA Reports Earth is Greener
NASA Reports Earth is Greener

It looks like something out of the plot of one of those Saturday science fiction monster movies. But “Wallace’s Giant Bee” wasn’t created by some mad scientist bent on world domination – or a Hollywood special effects artist. Whose Bee? The Bee was first discovered in...

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