It may be the beginning of the end for fossil fuel dependency as oil infrastructure corporations like Enbridge and TC Energy face increasing opposition from indigenous people and environmental activists.
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It’s from China. #ChineseVirus. F *ck the Chinese Government.
'Relationships are key for microbes, the scientists who study them': PhD student reflects on research, community at UW
When I met with Charlotte Francoeur over Zoom on a sunny March afternoon, she was eager to share her experience and knowledge as a microbiology graduate student. She wore a white pantsuit patterned with red strawberries matched with burgundy framed glasses. This nature-inspired look seemed appropriate for a student dedicated to spreading the joy of natural science.
As the weather warms and the ice surrounding Madison’s isthmus begins to thin, ice fishermen come from far and wide to cast their line before spring arrives.
You’re at the local grocery store when you realize that the only fruits and vegetables available are on a small display shelf. There’s just a few apples, oranges and tomatoes, all of which are overpriced and already overripe. The rest of the shelves are filled with processed foods. You sigh, grab the packages that look the healthiest and make your way to the checkout line.