“Wounded Soul”: The First Nation built its culture around salmon. Now they have to fly out Frozen | fish

IIn late summer every year, when the brush on the mountains turns yellow and the blackberries grow soft and translucent, families from Little Salmon Carmax First Nation Gather at the mouth of the Tatchun stream to fish for the namesake. The creek itself, in Canada’s remote Yukon Territory, is named after the fin on the … Read more

The threat of a common enemy may no longer unite polarized Americans, a study finds

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain During World War II, the Americans banded together. They ate less meat and planted victory gardens. They lowered the thermostats and rationed gasoline. Republican, Democrat – it didn’t matter: Faced with a common enemy, American civilians were willing to sacrifice for American interests. That was 80 years ago, when the political … Read more

The Marysville Cold case was solved with the help of the Attorney General’s Forensic DNA Genealogy Program

Seattle – Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced today that his office’s DNA genetic genealogy program has now helped solve the cold case of a 24-year-old from Marysville. In 1988, 19-year-old Jennifer Brinkman was found dead inside her family’s home in Marysville. Although the murder weapon—an ax—was left behind, the case went cold. On Monday, the … Read more

Wildlife Summit to come up with a new plan to control wild turkeys in Staten Island

STATEN ISLAND, NY — The upcoming meeting of city and state agencies and local elected officials has one goal: to develop a plan for dealing with “troublesome” wildlife on Staten Island. The main topic of discussion will be the turkeys in town. Central Island Councilman David Carr, District Chief Vito Fusella, the City Parks Department, … Read more

Young workers prefer to work in companies with climate change policies

BOSTON — Despite a labor shortage desperately looking to hire and an economy wreaking havoc on bank accounts, young people are increasingly reluctant — or outright opposed — to working for a company that doesn’t have climate-friendly policies. The cultural shift in attitudes from previous generations shows that Gen Z and millennials are taking more … Read more

Scientists use a quantum computer to experiment with teleportation

Scientists say they have successfully used a quantum computer to “Teleportmessages between two imitative black holes. Quantum computing uses elements of quantum physics to complete processes that are too complex for conventional computers. Quantum physics is the study of matter and energy at the level of atoms or smaller. Researchers recently announced the creation of … Read more

CEO spotlight: Andrea Reposati of Dante Labs

Andrea Reposati is world-renowned entrepreneur and CEO and co-founder of Dante Labs, which he founded with Mattia Capulli seven years ago. Under the leadership of the Italian founders, the genomics and precision medicine company has made genome sequencing and analysis available to consumers, researchers, and medical practices worldwide. Dante Labs has seen an enormous level … Read more

The Wildlife Conference promotes the protection of sharks and turtles

PANAMA CITY (AP) — An international wildlife conference has moved to enact some of the most important protections for shark species targeted in the fin trade and dozens of turtles, Lizards and frogs whose numbers are decimated by the pet trade. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, known … Read more