National Teen Driver Safety Week 2022

CTDOT Press Releases 12/10/2022 The Connecticut Department of Transportation Encourages Parents of Teens to Drive Home the Message of Safety The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) Highway Safety Office is teaming up with the US Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to help empower parents, guardians, and caregivers to discuss the importance … Read more

Tackling river erosion with trees

To tackle erosion, the Forest Department has planted 29,000 trees on a stretch of Chattogram’s Halda riverbank — which had been grabbed by locals — bringing a welcome change for the region’s biodiversity. Under the “social forestry” project, 19 species of trees — including gamhar, arjun, olive and neem — are now spreading their branches … Read more

Dr Michael Craig Lowe | The Daily Independent at

Dr. Michael Craig Lowe, 80, of Sun City West, Arizona, passed away on September, 25, 2022, surrounded by loved ones, after a difficult battle with Lewy Body Dementia. Mike was born on July 24, 1942 to Judson Nathaniel Lowe, and Joyce Leland Johnson, in the small town of Colfax, Washington. Mike met Connie Birr in … Read more

Getting to Know the DMV: Woodley Park | GW Today

By Ruth Steinhardt If you happen to be in Woodley Park in the early morning, you may be started by a noise better suited to the Serengeti than to an American city. Those sunrise roars echoing over the treetops of Rock Creek Park come courtesy of the lions at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, whose vocalizations … Read more

UAMS Invests Ronald D. Robertson, MD, in the Gilbert S. “Gil” Campbell, MD, Ph.D. Chair in Surgical Leadership and Innovation

View Larger Image Ronald D. Robertson, MD, (front) receives medallion from Susan S. Smyth, MD, Ph.D., (left) and Cam Patterson, MD, MBA. Image by Evan Lewis Oct 12, 2022 | LITTLE ROCK — The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) College of Medicine invested Ronald D. Robertson, MD, professor and chair of the Department … Read more

Wyoming a leader on wildlife migration research

Scientists are still figuring out how, exactly, development impacts mule deer and other migratory species. But as the harms associated with disruption become increasingly clear, Wyoming policymakers are turning to the advancing research to inform the state’s approach to conservation. “Wyoming is really at the center of the universe for North America’s megafauna, including many … Read more

China plans to establish the world’s largest national park system

Photo taken by an infrared camera on May 26, 2022 shows a wild giant panda in the Giant Panda National Park’s Tangjiahe area in southwest China’s Sichuan Province.Photo:Xinhua China will establish the world’s largest national park system with more national parks to be built, Chinese authorities said on Wednesday, which marked the first anniversary of … Read more

National workshop on Microtomy concludes at department of Botany in Jammu University

Last Updated on October 12, 2022 at 4:54 pm The Six-day National Workshop on “Microtomy: Principle, Procedures and Applications held from 7-12 October 2022” concludes at Department of Botany, University of Jammu (JU), Jammu. This week-long event was conducted in offline mode only. The event was organized and supported by the Botanical Club of the … Read more

IDIS video helps Bristol Zoological Society’s conservation mission

case study IFSECGlobal An end-to-end IDIS video solution is helping Bristol Zoological Society in the creation of a new Bristol Zoo at its 136-acre Wild Place Project site. This follows the closure of the Society’s 186-year-old Bristol Zoo Gardens on 3 September, as the charity pushes forward with an ‘inspiring’ wildlife conservation agenda. When the … Read more