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Entries for March, 2016

SmarterHR Releases New Human Resources Software

Climate predicts bird populations

Bat disease jumps to US west coast

The alarming science driving much higher sea level projections for this century

Scientists nearly double sea level rise projections for 2100, because of Antarctica

Smarter Toddler Celebrates 14 Years of Instilling a Love of Art, Music & Learning in NYC Children

Form 1095 Software: ez1095 Software Offers A Quicker Way to Beat The March 31 Deadline

Teduglutide from Creative Peptides Helps You Gain Further Success in SBS Research

Future Electronics Promotes Mallory’s MSS Series Medical Alarms

Smartworld Digitally Transforms its Headquarters with the First Cisco Digital Ceiling Framework Deployment with Philips Lighting in the Middle East

Ecosmob Technologies Announced Android Application Development for mCommerce Industry

Antarctic melt to ‘double sea-level rise’

Age of ‘Hobbit’ species revised

‘Severe’ coral bleaching is damaging huge swaths of the Great Barrier Reef, scientists say

Exxon Mobil climate change inquiry in New York gains allies

America Needs New Friends: Launch of US-Belarus Observer Magazine

To Resolve the Mystery of the Body Movement May Treat Parkinson’s Disease

Trees ‘tolerant to EU olive threat’

Obama admin defends climate rule as ’eminently reasonable’

These tiny mangroves hold vast stores of carbon

Arctic winter’s sluggish sea-ice growth

Polar King International, Inc. to attend ARK-LA-TEX Oilfield Expo March 30-31, 2016

The British countryside has never had it so good

Bison to return to Montana after 140 years in the Canadian wilderness

WebNMS to highlight its latest IoT Platform and Solutions at IoTX 2016

Scientists fly glacial ice to south pole to unlock secrets of global warming

A newly discovered Alaskan butterfly may hold clues to climate change

Cisco to Highlight its IoT Solutions and Demonstrate ‘Real Life’ Smart City scenarios at IoTX 2016

Synthetic bug given ‘fewest genes’

Private Company Saves Taxpayers Money and Prisoners Receive Education