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Measuring carbon down to the ppb level in aqueous matrices

Suitable instrument for wastewater, drinking and surface water, ground water, sea water

DNA tests show 99% of MSC labelled seafood 'exactly what it says on pack'

Marine Stewardship Council certified seafood comes from fisheries which have been independently certified

Using CHN microanalysis to determine soil health

Exeter Analytical reports on how its Model 440 CHN Microanalyser is being used to precisely determine the percentage Carbon and Nitrogenin soil samples

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Skate and ray wings sourced from vulnerable species, DNA tests find

DNA testing by University of Salford researchers has found that supermarket skate and ray wings are being taken from declining species –...

Why we need to put the fish back into fisheries

Overfishing has reduced fish populations and biodiversity across much of the world’s oceans. In response, fisheries are increasingly...

Reducing food waste could save the global economy $300bn a year

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“Waste Not Want Not” and “You Can Trust Us” top the Innova Market Insights’ food & beverage Top 10 Trends list for 2014. Innova...

What you eat determines your ‘nitrogen footprint’

Researchers have calculated that beef generates about twice as much nitrogen as pork, and almost three times as much as chicken or fish.

Europe needs to use water more efficiently

Europe needs to redouble efforts in using water more efficiently to avoid undermining its economy, according to a new report from the European Environment Agency (EEA).

Fungi aid plants growth

By tinkering with a type of fungus that lives in association with plant roots, researchers have found a way to increase the growth of rice by an impressive margin.

Effect of landscape position on biomass crop yield

The emergence of biofuels into agricultural systems presents new opportunities for farmers to improve economic return while providing critical ecosystem services.

Good neighbours in strategy against herbivores

A study reveals how a species of birch tree adsorbs chemical compounds from neighbouring marsh tea plants, Rhondodendron tomentosum, in a unique 'defence by neighbour strategy.'

The perfect pea

Scientists, pea breeders and the food industry are collaborating to discover how taste and tenderness can be determined by biochemistry and genetics. They will work together to hone the make-up of a perfect pea.

The promise of sustainable agriculture

As agricultural land becomes increasingly valuable, the need to maximise its utilisation increases and decisions about what crops to plant...

Hatchery-raised salmon too crowded

Every year, large amounts of hatchery-raised young salmonids are released into Swedish rivers and streams to compensate for losses in...

The future of organic ornamental plants

Whether plants are grown for food or ornamental use, conventional agricultural production methods have the same environmental impact. Pesticides, herbicides, and chemical fertilizers can find their way into the air and groundwater,...

Organic or local?

The emerging trend toward healthier, fresher foods that are also gentle on the environment presents new dilemmas for conscientious consumers...

Risks involved with transgenic fish

Fast growing transgenic fish can revolutionise commercial fish farming and relieve the pressure on overexploited fish stocks. But what...

Farmers protecting and growing trees

Scientists use detailed satellite images to reveal the vital role of trees on 1 billion hectares of agricultural lands in Africa, Asia, the...

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