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Slow Wine rejects industrial protocol in exchange for biodiversity - Charleston City Paper


Charleston City Paper
These wines were made to be ready to drink using chemistry and contamination and her epiphany led her to focus on recuperating the biodiversity of her vineyards. Foradori made the conversion to biodynamics in 2002 and her wines and vineyard have seen ...

The evolution of Clayton Kershaw - ESPN (blog)


ESPN (blog)
Another spontaneous evolution he integrated into his repertoire last season -- refusing to stand still even upon returning from the disabled list -- was a three-quarter sidearm delivery that he had not used since high school. He was inspired to do it ...

Why Empathy Is So Important in Everyday Life (Video) - Collective Evolution


Collective Evolution
You've surely heard the saying, “You can't understand someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes.” The person who first offered this wisdom is lost to history, but it's become so ingrained in our vernacular because of the importance empathy has ...

Phages and the Evolution of Bacterial Pathogens: from Genomic Rearrangements to Lysogenic Conversion

Rockville - United States

Research paper by Harald Br+-ssow, Carlos Canchaya and Wolf-Dietrich Hardt presenting the available genomics and biological data on prophages from bacterial pathogens, in an evolutionary framework.

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