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Lakes across the globe are warming up

Throughout the past quarter-century, inland lakes have been experiencing a small, steadily rising nighttime fever. Globally, the average increase has hovered around 0.045 degrees Celsius per year, but in some regions the increase has been more than twice that - or about 1 °C per decade. In some regions...

Data from crop trials demonstrates threat climate change poses to crops

Serendipity has helped more than a few scientists with insights and discoveries. Researchers were chatting, and realized that data from work one of them was focused upon various crop trials spread across southern and eastern Africa, if correlated with local weather conditions (other than drought), could...

The temperature of the test environment impacts the results derived from laboratory mice

Only one drug in ten that holds the potential for being useful in humans because of the results of tests with mice proves to so be. One obvious reason is that mice are not humans even though we are both mammals. Another reason is less obvious. Human patients can be afforded, if they wish and have the...