ROB, Charles De Ledesma, Norwegian Refugee Council discussed on AP 24 Hour News


Services in Saint Augustine Florida arrived over the weekend and immediately began assessing the park and lagoon Chicago animal care and control says rob recommended that certain areas be closed to the public so the alligator which first started showing up on social media a week ago isn't spooked alarm is being sounded by a leading advocacy group AP's at Charles de Ledesma reports it says it's worried only twenty seven percent of funds for twenty nineteen have been provided so far the Norwegian refugee council says the with only hall of of twenty nineteen gone humanitarian organizations who receive just twenty seven percent of the money needed to provide relief to people affected by crises worldwide this year its general secretary John Eklund says the card to the lack of funding is alarming he adds a total of twenty six billion dollars is required this year to provide relief for around ninety four million people in the house of the donor countries have contributed of the seven billion so far the NRC singled out the crises in Cameroon and Congo as examples of regions in the heat I'm Charles so that's my a robot system could one day change the way corn is grown and monitored a team of scientists and engineers at university of Nebraska Lincoln have built an automated system capable of detecting an individual corn leaf and grasping it with robotic precision to screen its temperature chlorophyll and water content in less than a minute the plants phenotyping robot system is the latest example of precision agriculture you an al has trained inspiring plant scientists in labs and research fields to phenotype various corn hybrids in the search for breeds with higher heat and drought tolerance that produce a better yields.

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