Archive for November, 2012

Study Investigates Public Trust in Agricultural Biotechnology in Africa
Building trust in agricultural biotechnology as one of the potential solutions to food security in Africa is essential, according to a study. Published in Agriculture & Food Security this month (1 November), the study is the result of four years spent investigating how public trust in agricultural biotechnology in Africa can be developed.
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Study Investigates Public Trust in Agricultural Biotechnology in Africa
Building trust in agricultural biotechnology as one of the potential solutions to food security in Africa is essential, according to a study. Published in Agriculture & Food Security this month (1 November), the study is the result of four years spent investigating how public trust in agricultural biotechnology in Africa can be developed.
Visit the original post at: ENN: Lifestyle

Study Investigates Public Trust in Agricultural Biotechnology in Africa
Building trust in agricultural biotechnology as one of the potential solutions to food security in Africa is essential, according to a study. Published in Agriculture & Food Security this month (1 November), the study is the result of four years spent investigating how public trust in agricultural biotechnology in Africa can be developed.
Visit the original post at: ENN: Lifestyle

How to Protect Your Family from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
As the temperature drops, we are more likely to fire up our gas furnaces and wood-burning stoves to get extra cozy this winter. However, when we use our furnaces and stoves, and spend more time indoors, we are at increased risk of exposure to carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, invisible gas produced when gasoline, natural gas, propane, kerosene, and other fuels are not completely burned during use. According to the EPA, this gas is one of the leading causes of poisoning death, with more than 400 victims in the United States each year.
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How to Protect Your Family from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
As the temperature drops, we are more likely to fire up our gas furnaces and wood-burning stoves to get extra cozy this winter. However, when we use our furnaces and stoves, and spend more time indoors, we are at increased risk of exposure to carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, invisible gas produced when gasoline, natural gas, propane, kerosene, and other fuels are not completely burned during use. According to the EPA, this gas is one of the leading causes of poisoning death, with more than 400 victims in the United States each year.
Visit the original post at: ENN: Lifestyle

How to Protect Your Family from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
As the temperature drops, we are more likely to fire up our gas furnaces and wood-burning stoves to get extra cozy this winter. However, when we use our furnaces and stoves, and spend more time indoors, we are at increased risk of exposure to carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, invisible gas produced when gasoline, natural gas, propane, kerosene, and other fuels are not completely burned during use. According to the EPA, this gas is one of the leading causes of poisoning death, with more than 400 victims in the United States each year.
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LA Auto Show: The Green Car Of The Year Is The 2013 Ford Fusion
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LA Auto Show: The Green Car Of The Year Is The 2013 Ford Fusion
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LA Auto Show: The Green Car Of The Year Is The 2013 Ford Fusion
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LA Auto Show: The Green Car Of The Year Is The 2013 Ford Fusion
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LA Auto Show: The Green Car Of The Year Is The 2013 Ford Fusion
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LA Auto Show: The Green Car Of The Year Is The 2013 Ford Fusion
Filed under: Transportation News


Visit the original post at: Transportation News

LA Auto Show: The Green Car Of The Year Is The 2013 Ford Fusion
Filed under: Transportation News


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LA Auto Show: The Green Car Of The Year Is The 2013 Ford Fusion
Filed under: Transportation News


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