Over two decades ago, I was in a theme park near London and in a small room tucked out of the way and with a far...
Apr 15 2014, 8:42am CDT
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Mar 20 2014, 12:23pm CDT
Source: St. Louis Business Journal
Agrolimen, a Spanish owner of pet foods and quick service restaurants, has purchased a stake in St. Louis-based Nature’s Variety, a natural pet food manufacturer.
Nature’s Variety will continue to operate as an independent company through a joint venture between its current shareholders, including Catterton, a private equity firm based in Connecticut with more than $4 billion under management, and Agrolimen. ...
Full article at: St. Louis Business Journal
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The odds of quickly resolving the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 via either satellite imagery or related data...
Mar 15 2014, 1:26am CDT
Source: Forbes Real Time
No company wants to endure the market and political risk of being among the “most hated” in the world. Also, who would not rather work for a company that is loved, rather than hated—especially if you believe that you’re helping to solve world hunger (as Monsanto believes it is doing)? Here are three steps that Monsanto should consider to reverse the tid ...
Full article at: Forbes Real Time
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A penumbral lunar eclipse will occur today, on Friday. This lunar eclipse will be on its peak at 7:50 p.m. EDT or 2350 GMT.
Oct 18 2013, 5:26am CDT
Source: Science Daily
Madangamines are a group of polycyclic alkaloids from marine sponges which have biomedical interest due to their cytotoxic activity. Chemists have now completed the first total synthesis of madangamine D, a scientific discover ...
Full article at: Science Daily
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A finding that has recently stunned scientists is the discovery of 2.64 billion years old water channels a mile underneath the ground in Canada. This finding could prove crucial in the search for the wellsprings of life on not only Earth but Mars too. The Red Planet has a similar tectonic structure and so could have once harbored life.
May 16 2013, 6:56am CDT