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On a green trail

On Sunday, botany professor Suchandra Dutta took 25 nature enthusiasts on a tree walk at Bandra's Almeida Park Garden and other areas. "We spotted 300-year-old plants, medicinal plants and fruit trees in 2.5 hours," said Dutta, adding that the next ... Times of India, 26 minutes ago

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Berhampur University starts MPhil admissions

Berhampur University in Odisha invites applications for admission to 1-year Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) programme in Botany, Chemistry, Commerce, Economics, English, History, Home Science, Industrial Relations and Personnel Management (IR&PM), ...
 India Today9 hours ago PG admissions at B'lore varsity  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Plan approval draws ire

Botany Bay Council will seek legal advice after an 89-unit development on the former South Sydney Juniors Bowling Club site was approved on Thursday. The Joint Regional Planning Panel approved the Edgehill Ave development three votes to two, after ...
 Daily Telegraph Australia - City East9 hours ago

Souls and salad survives

Salads or souls it was the rallying call behind the push to expand burial space at Botany Cemetery but in a new twist it seems there could be room for both. The NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) has developed a new proposal that allows for ...
 Daily Telegraph Australia - City East9 hours ago
Melbourne Age

Christine Johnson exhibition celebrates botanical artists

Sydney Parkinson was a Scottish Quaker with a mind for botany, an eye for detail and a tolerance for hardship. Seconded as a draughtsman to Captain Cook's 1768 voyage to the Pacific, swarms of flies ate his paint as he sketched in Tahiti and his ...
 Melbourne Age3 days ago

Medicinal plants can help control weeds, says study

VADODARA: A research study undertaken by a professor at MS University's department of botany has resulted in the identification of over 25 medicinal allelopathic plants that can be used to control the growth of weeds in agriculture. These plants ...
 Times of India5 days ago Department of Botany at Panjab University awarding BSR Research Fellowship  India Today2 weeks ago Department of Botany, Lucknow University begins recruitment for various posts  India Today4 weeks ago
Irish Times

NUI Galway ordered to promote lecturer overlooked over gender

A botanist at NUI Galway has said she has struck a blow for all female academics after the Equality Tribunal found she was discriminated against on gender grounds when she was overlooked for a senior lectureship. The tribunal has instructed NUI ...
 Irish Times6 days ago NUIG told to pay lecturer €70,000 for gender bias  Irish Independent6 days ago University ordered to pay €70k to lecturer passed over for promotion  TheJournal.ie6 days ago Galway university ordered to pay female lecturer 70k and promote her  Irish Independent1 week ago

Jet skiers escape fines, continue to frustrate

Fewer than 50 jet skiers have been fined in the past year on the Georges River and Botany Bay despite safety concerns raised by boat users. This year, The Express reported calls for jet skis to be banned from the Georges River after a series of ...
 Daily Telegraph Australia - South-West6 days ago

WestConnex may make things worse, says Hoenig

WestConnex is being hailed as a $13 billion solution to unlocking the Sydney Airport-Port Botany precinct, but inner-Sydney commuters are preparing for things to get a whole lot worse. While the M5 duplication tunnel is great news for western ...
 Daily Telegraph Australia - City East2 weeks ago

Midwest poet, Prince Ea, examines the negative and positive qualities of Facebook

In 1943, American botanist and bioethicist, Arthur Galston developed a chemical known as Herbicide Orange consisting of a mixture of equal parts of two herbicides, 2,4,5-T and 2,4-D., in a British military laboratory that would increase the speed ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago
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