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Tiny plants could be key to improving climate change predictions

By Rose Lefebvre, new science communicator Have you ever looked closely at moss? These tiny plants, described by F. E. […]

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REGISTRATION FOR THE JOINT ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETIES OF AMERICA, CANADA AND BRITISH COLUMBIA IS NOW OPEN!

Registration for in-person and virtual attendance is available ESC members should have received an Eblast with codes to enter to obtain their membership discount.  If you are a member, but have not received the Eblast, please contact info@esc-sec.ca. To register, go to https://entsoc.org/events/annual-meeting/registration    

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Entropic bonding for nanoparticle crystals

A January 19, 2022 University of Michigan news release (also on EurekAlert) is written in a Q&A (question and answer style) not usually seen on news releases, Note: Links have been removed), Turns out entropy binds nanoparticles a lot like electrons bind chemical crystalsANN ARBOR—Entropy, a physical property often explained as “disorder,” is revealed as...

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