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Anthrax: 'A soil bug gone bad'
...ience in May 2002. The Florida attack and parallel mail
attacks in Washington, D.C., New York, and Connecticut led to five deaths and 17 injuries. It has long been known that B. anthracis a member of the Bacillus cereus family of soil bacteria is distinguished from other B. cereus species mainly by its ...
Media Advisory-GSA 2003 Annual Meeting
...ble for registrants who did not receive one in the mail
before the meeting. 7. Additional Information for...rns for distribution in the GSA Newsroom. Ship or mail
your material to: Ann Cairns c/o Renaissance Seattle Hotel 515 Madison Street Seattle, WA 98104 HOLD...
Expedition will retrace legendary Steinbeck-Ricketts voyage to the Sea of Cortez
... he says. "They expect you to have to wear a chain mail
suit or something like that, but I tell them I've handled hundreds of squid and have never been bitten. Eventually, they come around and learn to appreciate the animal as an intelligent creature with remarkable attributes." Our fear and fascination w...
AAAS survey: 80 percent of adults say we're hurting oceans
...vey, conducted by Porter Novelli, was completed by mail
in November 2003, involving 2,400 adults, ages 18 ...ring questions were members of Synovate's consumer mail
panel. The town hall meeting will be facilitated by Public Agenda, a non-partisan citizen engagemen...
Crime scene or nature reserve?
... DNA on these cards can be transported cheaply, by mail
or in hand luggage, whereas 'fresh' samples would require refrigeration and dedicated transport systems. They comment: "The ease of transport and storage of samples dried on paper makes it practical for researchers to acquire large reference collecti...
'Weed from hell' found in Texas
...Don't add any water. Using a sturdy cardboard box, mail
the bag to Mary Ketchersid, 115 Agronomy Field Lab, 2488-TAMU, College Station, Texas 77843-2488. Alternately, producers may also call Ketchersid at 979-845-6531, or e-mail digital photos of the suspect plant to her at email@example.com . ...
Highlights of American Chemical Society national meeting in Philadelphia, Aug. 22-26
...clean-up fumigation of seven sites, including five mail
facilities. "Decontamination of civilian sites in the U.S. affected by known agents of bioterrorism was never performed prior to the 2001 attacks," says Dorothy Canter, Ph.D., EPA's Chief Scientist for Bioterrorism Issues. "Anthrax spores represent t...
Agronomy, crop, and soil science societies to meet Oct. 31 to Nov. 4 in Seattle
...essions and the Press Room. Please e-mail, fax, or mail
your name, company, address, phone, and e-mail address to: Sara Uttech. A Press Room will be located as part of the Career Placement Center at the Convention Center, Ballroom 6C. For an abstract CD of the presentations, interviews with Annual Meeting...
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