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  1. County are human, work is underway to find out who it is. Experts from the University of Tennessee's renowned Forensic Anthropology Center took the bones back ...

  2. Crime scene investigators have long relied on their judgment to distinguish blood spatter from the look-alike stains left by flies that land on bodies, and then nearby. Now a biology ...

  3. Towns come together to fight Lyme Disease

    WTNH-TV New Haven4 days ago

    Local health workers, leaders, and employers are working to tackle tick season before it starts.

  4. “This is a farmhouse, and there’s a lot of blood here, so... naturally you do get a lot of flies,” says Adrian Borlestean. The crime scene house is located ...

  5. of Florida scientist Nan-Yao Su set out to develop a bait to kill termites. Now, scientists know more about why the bait works so efficiently and how to improve it to kill termite ...

  6. Henderson County Coroner Bruce Farmer said members of the anthropological department from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville will have to run further tests ...

  7. School of Public Health published their findings about gun storage habits in the American Journal of Public Health.","pubdate":1519339140,"tags":"baltimore,Hearst Television ...

  8. When Reed met another student at the college who wanted to transfer to a “big university” to study genetics, it inspired Reed to try taking some science classes. Reed transferred ...

  9. Customs and Border Protection specialists at the Port of Savannah last month. Agriculture specialists with the agency intercepted three “First in Port” insects in three ...

  10. Hawaii scientist devoted career to study fruit fly

    Honolulu Star-Advertiser2 days ago

    Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service for more than 40 years. Scientist Ernest J. Harris, an internationally acclaimed pioneer in the eradication of crop-destroying ...

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