An Oshawa home with water at its heart

An Oshawa home with water at its heart

Paul Brown/HomeTours/Paul Brown/HomeTours 154 Glenwood Crescent, Oshawa, Ont. Asking Price: $1,199,999 Taxes: $5,806.10 (2022) Lot Size: 62.5-by 120-feet List Agent: Pino Bruni, Re/Max Jazz Inc. The backstory As you walk up the driveway of 154 Glenwood Cres., it may not be apparent that under your feet is a bit of landscape and ecological technology central … Read more

Study of condensates offers new hope for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases

Study of condensates offers new hope for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases

The Körber European Science Prize 2022, endowed with one million euros, is to be awarded to the British cell biologist Anthony Hyman. In 2009, Hyman and his team – during studies on single-cell embryos of a threadworm – discovered a completely new state of biological matter: proteins can accumulate locally in high concentrations in the … Read more

Hershey Gardens Summer 2022 Activities

Hershey Gardens Summer 2022 Activities

Summertime at Hershey Gardens Includes an array of family activities, including live music and children’s theater. In addition, Marvelous Mondays in The Children’s Garden returns. Following is a list of upcoming activities at Hershey Gardens:Music in the GardensFriday, July 1, 20226 pm – 8 pmThe Hershey Symphony “Garden Band,” featuring vocalist Clayton Lee, will perform … Read more

expert – Lake Country Calendar

expert – Lake Country Calendar

Despite a cooler and wetter spring, BC might not be in line for excessive mosquitoes this summer, according to an expert. Rain water does contribute to ideal breeding conditions, said Dan Peach, an entomologist a post-doctoral fellowship at UBC, but there are other factors in play when it comes to mosquito population and it remains … Read more

Prudence Putnam Frost Baker — Waterbury Roundabout

Prudence Putnam Frost Baker — Waterbury Roundabout

Prudence Putnam Frost Baker, age 89, passed away at her home in Waterbury Center surrounded by her family on June 10, 2022. Born in Littleton, Massachusetts, on July 24, 1932, she was the daughter of the late Sherman Clark and Ruth (Miles) Frost. Her parents owned an apple orchard, known as Colonial Orchards, persevering through … Read more

Colder spring may not mean population boom for Vancouver Island mosquitoes – Cowichan Valley Citizen

Colder spring may not mean population boom for Vancouver Island mosquitoes – Cowichan Valley Citizen

Despite a cooler and wetter spring, Vancouver Island might not be in line for excessive mosquitoes this summer, according to an expert. Rain water does contribute to ideal breeding conditions, said Dan Peach, an entomologist a post-doctoral fellowship at UBC, but there are other factors in play when it comes to mosquito population and it … Read more

Peter Adolph Obituary (1939 – 2022) – Santa Fe, NM

Peter Adolph Obituary (1939 – 2022) – Santa Fe, NM

Obituary of Peter AdolphIt’s with great sadness that we share the passing of Peter (Pete) Adolph. Pete, who was a treasured father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and best friend to many, passed away peacefully at his residence in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on June 26, 2022, surrounded by his family and friends. Pete was preceded in death … Read more

BC scientists see recovery but fear more heat domes could change ecosystems forever

BC scientists see recovery but fear more heat domes could change ecosystems forever

The heat caused more than 600 human deaths, the BC Coroners Service reported. It also led to mass mortalities of marine life, reduced crop yields and contributed to wildfires, which later caused devastating landslides last fall. Diane Srivastava, director of the Canadian Institute for Ecology and Evolution, organized a group of scientists now working to … Read more