Bills safety Jordan Boyer makes the 12-year-old fan’s day, creating a memory for himself

The East Aurora Middle School faculty took the call at approximately 12:30 PM on Tuesday. Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Boyer, touched and impressed by a letter he received from 12-year-old sixth grader Logan Neary, wanted to stop by and surprise him…in an hour. And just in time there was Boyer, who was also informed of … Read more

Stanford, Cal advocates for Griner’s release

In Stanford’s most watched regular season game, Tara VanDerveer wanted to focus on Brittney Griner. At Cal’s Raising the BAR Invitational this past weekend, Charmin Smith did the same. The WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury Center was captured in February in Moscow. The US State Department has classified Graner as “unjustly detained.” The Cardinal held a minute’s … Read more

More Americans are heading into harm’s way as climate catastrophes increase

CNN – Researchers say people are moving in droves to places at high risk of weather catastrophes, although the frequency and strength of extreme weather events has increased in recent years. a study Released Thursday by researchers from the University of Vermont, they found that over the past decade, Americans have moved from some areas … Read more

The EU at COP15: The Ultimate Extension of a Global Deal to Stop and Reverse Biodiversity Loss, for People and Planet – The European Sting – Critical News and Insights on European Policy, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology

(credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you in cooperation with the European Commission. Today, the United Nations Conference on Biodiversity, COP15, begins in Montreal. From 7 to 19 December, countries will aim to reach a global agreement to protect nature and the planet with long-term targets by 2050 and milestones for 2030. The Commission, … Read more

The study explores the possibility that dark photons could be a source of heat for intergalactic gas

(Upper panel) Fit of the Doppler parameter distribution and plume intensity distribution function in the Lyman alpha forest at z = 0.1 assuming the maximum contribution of dark photon heating to the linewidth. The contours show the projection of the 68% and 95% time intervals for the mass and mixing parameter of the dark photon. … Read more

Innovative herd research advances understanding of female infertility | Nebraska today

Innovative research by scientists from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln studying the reproductive biology of cows offers significant long-term potential to address female infertility challenges. Reproductive physiologist Andrea Cobb and colleagues in the Department of Animal Sciences are deepening understanding of the biology of bovine reproduction using advanced genetic analysis, reproductive tissue culture and other tools. … 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

Colorado is applying to import 112 drugs from Canada

DENVER — The state of Colorado has officially submitted its plan to the federal government to begin importing prescription drugs from Canada. The 804 Import Program (SIP) application listed 112 drugs that the country hopes to start bringing across the border to save people money. “The big picture is that we have Colorado residents who … Read more