The killer rescue system is composed of an auto-regulated Gal4 Killer and a Gal4-activated Gal80 Rescue. This system may be used for population replacement in the pest Drosophila melanogaster and the disease transmitting Aedes aegypti mosquito.
This paper looks at the current and potential implications pf microfluidics and nanofluidics for both the offensive and defensive sides of chemical, biological, and nuclear threats.
Scientists are optimizing ways to use hot, humid air to decontaminate equipment that warfighters use, such as an aircraft.
The developed VFI shows great potential as a point-of-care tool for detection of bio-threat agents in a variety of clinical and resource-restricted conditions.
The new surveillance system created by the Saudi health ministry and the World Health Organization aims to boost the kingdom’s own infrastructure by installing an extra—and extra-sensitive—apparatus for the detection of diseases.
ABRCMS advances undergraduates and post-baccalaureates from underrepresented populations, including those with disabilities, in STEM along the path toward graduate-level training. The conference features 1,800 poster and oral presentations, as well as scientific, professional development, and networking sessions. Approximately 700 exhibitors showcase their summer research and graduate school opportunities.
Traceable salmon production, feed innovation and antibiotic-free production are some of the elements involved with the establishment of a new, land-based salmon farm in Maine.
A new report has found that New Zealand farmers have adopted smart farming techniques, but most are not preparing for major technological disruption.
Ruralco has partnered with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) to develop data-driven solutions.
Tactical science programs are concerned with the integrity, reliability, sustainability, and profitability of the US food and agriculture system in response to emerging threats.