Southern pine beetle Spotted in New York for the first time

Wednesday saw the confirmation of the presence of the southern pine beetle (SPB) in New York State by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) along with many state and federal agencies.

NOAA reports Landing of 9.9 Billion Pounds of Fish and Shellfish in 2013

NOAA Fisheries has unveiled through its annual report the amount of fish and shellfish landed by US fishermen in 2013. The 2013 annual report showed that US fishermen landed some 9.9 billion pounds of fish and shellfish, meaning $388 million increase from 2012.

University of Florida Student discovers 5-inch Tooth of Megalodon

A student from University of Florida claimed that he has a tooth of giant shark that would have swum millions of years ago. According to Steven Pensabene, a 23-year-old University of Florida agriculture operations management junior, the 5-inch tooth that he found in the sandy soil of a Gainesville creek could belong to a 50-foot shark.

Deniocheirus is Biggest Omnivorous Dinosaur, say Researchers

The two large bones that were discovered almost 50 years ago have baffled experts for years. Some researchers thought these bones belonged to a frightening carnivorous dinosaur, while some believed that the bones belonged to an oversized sloth-like creature.

Restriction in Power Delivery to Laser could increase its Output

Researchers have recently discovered that being able to restrict the delivery of power to a laser, like those used in CD players and military surveillance, could play a vital role in significantly boosting its output.

Maui County Voters to decide Future of GMOs on November 4

Maui County voters are being asked to vote on a controversial issue during the November 4 ballot. Their votes will decide whether or not to move ahead with the process of approving a law that would put a ban on growing, reproducing, or testing genetically modified organisms (GMOs) until an environmental public health study is completed.

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