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A Mysterious Disease Is Killing Beech Trees
"A mysterious disease is killing one of the most majestic trees an American forests the beach known for its smooth gray bark the beach is an important anchor species no one knows exactly what is causing beach leaf disease a team of tree scientists is narrowing down the list of possible culprits from member station W. case you Jeff Saint Clair reports on a botanical who done it it's a long slog to a bluff overlooking the Grand River in Lake County Ohio it was here in twenty twelve that late Metropark biologist John for Dodge neck first noticed something was awry it just looks different no you could tell right away something was up what he saw was sunlight feature usually a tree that create a lot of shade and these are no longer doing that a slight breeze shakes the thinning canopy overhead the writer is a really good example you could see it probably twenty foot tall and there's probably fifty leaves on it and most have mysterious dark bands between the veins got sick was concerned but alarm bells hadn't gone off just yet I thought maybe just route was affecting them by the following year he says beach leaf disease has spread throughout the county and now it's seen in parts of Ohio Pennsylvania Ontario and as far east as Connecticut and Long Island this had all the hallmarks of an invasion and Rico but now there was a plant pathologist at Ohio State University he's one of the first people production a call to figure out what was happening to the beaches but Nello contacted colleagues around the world who are all baffled by the dark bands seen in the Ohio leaves nobody's ever seen anything like that but hello and his team are casting a wide net to identify a clause looking at the genetic markers of everything living on the tree meanwhile other researchers think they have a prime suspect David Burke heads research at the hold an arboretum he's focusing on a microscopic warm called the knee meta so this is one of our greenhouses here at hold arboretum Burke is testing whether nematodes found inside the leaves could cause the disease we gather the tiny worms from effectively use and put them on greenhouse saplings so if you take a look right here you can see that this is a leaf that the nematodes are added to and what you can see is the disease right away so you can see this sort of dark green color that is between the veins it looks a little blister too right it's a perfect match this is basically unheard of Lynn Carter is anemic toad expert with the US department of agriculture she says it's the first example she's seen of nima toad killing large trees Carter says the rogue warm is a sub species of one recently discovered in Japan but that may not be its origin this thing might have come from China or Korea or anywhere over in the Pacific Rim Carter says it's spreading eastward by about one hundred fifty miles each year and to do that it has to have an accomplice in insect or bird or both and it's also not clear how the knee Matilda truly kills the trees it could be a toxin virus or another pathogen it carries so the mystery remains unsolved for now as Canadian and European agencies issue warnings about beach leaf disease American regulators are taking a wait and see approach as the investigation continues into this latest threat to our native
"The. The FAA is concluding tests on a material that could eliminate the need for snow removal. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future, professor of civil engineering from the university of Nebraska Lincoln is heading research team working with the US Federal Aviation Administration to test a material that could end the need to shovel snow. The conductive concrete contains added steel shavings and carbon particles making up about twenty percent of the mixture the solidified material conducts enough electricity to give off heat. So the snow or ice that settles on the concrete simply melts away while the concrete itself remains safe to the touch the FAA is interested in the conductive concrete as a way to reduce weather related delays at airports, not by using the material for runways, but for the tarmac area around the gates were food and. You'll services and all those luggage carts have to load and unload, although the material is not cost effective for entire roads. It could be just the thing to keep targeted areas. From getting snowed under for innovation. Now. Jennifer fully. Animation. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V. Visit us online at innovation now dot US.
"head research" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Hey, how are you? All right, Mike. What's up? Well, I got some critters about five months ago. It puts emerald Soysa side in both my son in back lawns. Yeah. It was pretty expensive and notice some tunneling going on and there's moles and had a couple of experts come out and said give me some advice on how to get rid of him. But one wanted to charge me like a thousand dollars. Just give you three advised that was that was charging advice there. Yeah. Get your business. All right. Go ahead. So I guess I'm looking to you to find out. What's the best way to get rid of these things is going to be a major issue? Don't what's your recommendations? That is really the best question of all my is it going to be a major issue if I don't the answer is yes, you'll get some the grass will dry out on top of the tunnels where they tell them underneath the ground. You can expect this the roots were lifted up a little bit. So the grass turned turns color a little bit. But frankly, I will give you again, practical advice traps, gummy worms ground glass, juicy fruit. Tune gum. Many things smoke bombs all the mini things that I've heard about for repelling moles are not worth the time or the money. The thing you the most results for the least amount of effort is going out and just mashing the tunnels down through shoot. Go out with a pair of good wide boots and go out and walk down the tunnel with the boots one heel toe heel toe to toe mashed potatoes down to the roots. Don't get dried out in number two. So the mole say Dow gone he's getting mashed down, Mike, mashing, my home. Now, I'm going to go over Walter's house, and that's all you care about somebody else's house. Nobody how much they complain. They're not in your yard. And you don't care about it. Neighborly thing to say, but it's true. And maybe in the way from your house over Walter's house. They'll get eaten by you know, by a cat or dog or something else. And then that's the end of that story. You can spend a lot of time trying to find the tunnel in which the mole is traveling. They use all sorts of different depths of tunnels. They use some pretty frequently in some one time. That's all these a lot of time obsessing about where the Mola's new yard. When you could just go out there for ten or fifteen minutes every week and mash down the tunnels and be done with go inside and watch football. That's it. Wow. So none of the poison can by lake at Home Depot and things like that. Stick down in the holes that doesn't do any good either. Researched is not you know, I try my best to give you answers based on what research shows, I don't just give yourself off the top of my head research does not show that many of the poison things. Gummy worms is when I think about the has the in the in the gum. Not really. You could hire a kid if you want to have to do it yourself. Go higher fourteen year old needs some monies. I can't go out there and mashed tunnels, and you stay inside watch football. Let the kid do the work. No, I'd like masher moles, man. If you really want to be mean about it my mash tunnels, and if it's not to coal sit on a bucket for a minute and just watch your lawn. Sometimes they'll be out there and pushing up the tunnel right after you mash it down get a shovel and go to a Wham Powell rental top of the of the area where you see the ground being pushed back up again. And then dig it for a second, you'll find a dead mole, or at least very stunned mole underneath a shovel. I don't want to be mean to Mike their listeners right now her saying he is so mean to moles well, okay. Don't use the show. This mash down the tunnel. Don't be mean to you. Now watch this guy walked along. He could just walk across guess, you can just feel the yeah. Yeah. You know, how he feels the ankle? So turns a little bit. When you hit the soft part? Yeah. Man. Will you save me about a thousand dollars about it? It. You my address to send the check. Are you need the money? You save Mike to meet. Jason. Divide divided out here. Have a great holiday. We see. So thank you very much..
"head research" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"It's still three people hospitalized. Two in the intensive care unit and one eight additional standard unit the tuning of care unit or doing much better. Now, no longer require breathing assistance or medications to support their blood pressure. A police officer and a seventy year old civilian remain in intensive care. President Trump criticizing we. House speaker Paul Ryan for dismissing his call to end so called birthright citizenship for the children of non US citizens born in this country. Trump tweets that Ryan should be focused on holding the majority rather than giving his opinions on birthright citizenship something he knows nothing about Ryan. Who's retiring from congress said that Trump, obviously could not and birthright citizenship through executive action. A former federal investigators says a mafia hitman is a suspect in the prison slang of Boston crime, boss, James Whitey, Bolger official told the Associated Press today that Fodio spreading g s and at least one other inmate are believed to have been involved in Bolger's killing Tuesday at a West Virginia prison, medical researchers have found most common medications taken during pregnancy. Do not put him other at high risk for having a child with autism. I'm Gary Nunn expected mothers who take anti-depressants and anti-psychotic drugs are no more likely to have autistic babies and those who don't take such medications. The health of the woman is key says head research. Searcher Magdalena Yana Netscape at seems to Mike Morrow difference than medications. She takes gene pregnancy. More than one hundred eighty drugs were included in the study Netscape says these findings must be validated by other researchers before any solid conclusions or arrived at Gary Nunn. CBS news on Wall Street Hefferin, Tillerson says the Dow industrials plus three hundred seventy nine points standing at twenty five thousand to fifty four. The NASDAQ is up one seventy four this hour in sports penguins defenseman Chris Tang back on the ice for.
"head research" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"And our head research director of that home with Kerry, Salvador, filming bear, he's out of New York. And he has solved our problem. And I don't know if you remember I talked about when we were talking about reading a lamp or reading light. They said there used to be an incandescent bulb that was kind of like a soft white ball been it had a chrome dome on it. And but I haven't seen one in LED well bear found one and I found it on Amazon. It's not a g it's a Luxonen brand L U X men, and it's half chrome lightbulb, just as I spoke of on the old incandescent half of the bulb from the top all the way over the top is chrome. It is dead. And it's an L E D filaments vintage ballg, so it has a mere effect. It's LED it has a standard base to it. Runs about twelve bucks, thirteen bucks. And it's on Amazon, and it's made by like I said Lux on L U S O N. So for those that are searching we've had two options now for reading actually three I talked about the one option, which was the real bright GE Bob called reveal. And then we had the tubular Bob which was LED which is about five six inches long about an inch in diameter. And now we have the looks on Heff chrome lightbulb, which is called a.
"head research" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Three was kinda come this way. So I think at this point in time the problem is that it's difficult for the market solution to this. You know, it's just basically to strongman punching at each other not negotiating at all. So I think at the end of the day, I think the things it's gonna get worse before it gets better. But at the same time, it seems to have given a window to US businesses to do adjust their supply chains a little bit. And I'm wondering whether or not that could have a material impact on longer term relations between the two countries that that may not be able to be repaired. Well, I mean, if you look at the trade war between US Japan in the eighties, right? That's region for almost ten years hasn't. That's the reason why I think it's gonna be a long lasting through negotiation process going on. I think for the US companies though, it's a little difficult for them to find a sort of a surprise s cheap and also quality as good those who has expertise in supply ching sophistication areas as very difficult to combine Asian area. So for some of the US companies they may have to relegate back to the US. How briefly what sort of reaction can we expect from China? I would say, unfortunately, you no more terrorists on this side. We have five. You know, fifty billion more to go. I think you know, low Jiwei suggests that China can mystically sexploitation to the US as well. As to see what's going to happen. All right. We'll continue the discussion in a moment with how Hong head research and chief strategist at bocom international as mentioned the reaction in the markets is fairly light this morning. However, Hong Kong and China have not opened up and we often see them.
"head research" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast
"By nineteen ninety nine the richest person in russia had become two hundred fifty thousand times richer than the poorest person and that disparity of wealth and a ten year period poisoned the psychology of the whole country and so people started to the moment i asked the question which was how much money is being stolen or what's being stolen people started spilling their guts to me and so this guy we took to lunch he started saying telling me all about one one episode of stealing and another another i was writing down in notebook and the next meeting was the same in the next meeting was the same i filled up to full notebook's worth of information about the stealing gas prom and it was really very remarkable information stuff shocking stories but i had no idea how much of what i was being told was was true and so i didn't really know what i could do with all this information and then one day we had this amazing lucky break i have this very smart guy named body my head research who works for me he was at a traffic light in moscow at a place called pushkin square which which which were the traffic basically grinds to a halt and at at pushkin square because the traffic grinds to a halt it's sort of becomes outdoor market for street urchin selling things to cars they're selling cigarettes and pirated dvds lighters and all sorts of under the interesting stuff and some kid knocks on his window and said he's rolled down his window and and this is what you have and the kid says i'm selling databases database is what do you mean he has a down parka he opens it up and it has these these disks in his down parka and and so he said well what's that that when he so that's the moscow registration chamber database and this was the database with all registered ownership of moscowbased companies it's something we've been looking for.
"head research" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is it yeah i i guess it's it's enclosing beyond literally on the nipple 's for months and so it's basically creating a womb like spikes was these fantastic slower as when the sort of the the spaniards and portuguese went off and discovered marsupials both in south america and australia that was all sorts of these fantastic theories that the young pills were born in the pouch and that was even this idea caught on so the mother before she gives birth six ahead in a pouch gives it a sort of which may help youngsters get into people started thinking the the female kangaroo may sneeze the fetuses into a pouch so that was lots and lots of confusion and it wasn't really resolved until the late nineteenth century early twentieth century how birth or what another unique feature liam to mammals is the placenta what's so important about the placenta the center is a is a fascinating old idea i remember big genuinely shocked when my children were pulling the size of this walker followed them out in a sort of think the president is going to this small structure elizabeth taylor pipe solid flesh and so the thing about placentas and when i first gloves that my full of children i kind of looked them if i were these sort of the netherlands maternal structures that have nourished my children when you're actually known about it the developing mammal for central novel dedicates a huge amount of its initial resources to making this sort of life rob and then essentially attacks the mother like view of pregnancy was completely turned on its head researching this book and says basically a fetal structure which borrows in utah bull and then is basically designed to gather as much nutrients and sustenance for the fetus as possible and the mother can i stand up resisting this and there's this whole theory of how the percenter shaped by jeans heritage from the father so ninety percent of mammalian species and certainly the original mammals would it be might this the fathers had nothing to do with offspring they sort of made it a month left and went off looking football females but left behind was that gps and so that genes could program the placentas is sort of ruthlessly try and take as much resources for the mother as possible for the.
"head research" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is it yeah i i guess it's it's enclosing the literally on the dip als for months and so it's basically creating a wound like spikes and that was these fantastic stories when the sort of the the spaniards on the portuguese went off and discovered mossi pills both in south america and australia that was all sorts of his fantastic theories that the young marsupials were born in the pouch and that was even this identical tom so the mother before she gives birth sticks a head in a pouch and gives it sort of which may help the llosa's get in that people started thinking that the the female kangaroo may sneeze the fetuses into a pouch so there was lots and lots of confusion and it wasn't really resolved until the late nineteenth century early twentieth century how feel birth or what another unique feature liam to mammals is the placenta what's so important about the placenta so yeah the placenta is a fascinating i remember being genuinely shocked when my children will pull them to see the size of this organ followed them out in a sort of think the president is gonna this small like structure in this like a dinner plate solid flesh and so the thing about placentas and i i loved my full of children i i kind of looked numbers if i were these sort of the netherlands maternal structures that have nourished my children but when you actually known about it the developing mammal central novel dedicates a huge amount of its initial resources to making this sort of life rob and then essentially attacks the mother like my view of pregnancy was completely turned on its head researching this book and says basically a fetal structure which borrows in the on bull and then is basically designed to gather as much nutrients and sustenance for the fetus as is possible and the mother can actually end up resisting this and there's this whole theory of how the percenter shaped by jeans heritage from.
"head research" Discussed on KOMO
"The approval want immediately change how patients with suspected concussions or other brain trauma or treated the test attacks to proteins present in brain cells that can leak into the bloodstream following a blow to the head research shows the test can detect brain injuries within twelve hours a yakima county judge has awarded a group of home health workers two point eight million dollars after it was found that they were regularly required to work extra hours without pay here's komo's frank lenzi the akram i a republic reports the judge awarded the nurses one point four million dollars in back pay for the time they spend working off the clock at then yakima regional medical and cardiac center the 28 nurses got another one point four million in punitive damages they worked in the hospital's home health hospice programs the washington state nurses association their union filed suit against the hospital in 2015 alleging they were only pay for eight hour shifts but forced to work additional hours without pay frank lenzi komo news yesterday was moving day for a young family in tacoma a day that almost didn't happen after scammer swipe several thousand dollars from them but after our story about the crime aired comas keith eldridge reports doors started to open to help them there's something missing from their front yard of this tacoma hallway stuff for sale side it was taken out as the icm's moved in so we have a little baby toddler bed in here and still flew serenity icm's little board dan's levy eta's parrots are moving into their new home we just by a kingsize bed it's a day that almost didn't happen after scammers swipe twelve thousand dollars that serenity thought she was sending in for the closing costs it's a story were first told you about the day habit i don't i don't know what to do any more at this point his loss is believe this cameras either hacked into the icm's email or the email of the lenders because they knew the closing dates all the names of the people involved and the amount needed and we're finally going on our home and then we just keep she says local attorney can gordon sars story at offered to take on their case for free and negotiated lower fees.
"head research" Discussed on KOMO
"The test doesn't detect concussions and the approval worn immediately change how a patient with a suspected kokoshin or the brain trauma is treated but it does detect to proteins present in brain cells it could leak into the bloodstream after a blow to the head research shows the task could detect brain injuries within twelve hours yesterday moving in day for a young failing in tacoma it's a day that almost didn't happen after scammers swipe several thousand dollars from them but after our story about the crime aired calls keith eldridge reports doors began to open to help them something missing from the front yard of this tacoma hallways the four sale side it was taken out as the aisin's moved in so we have a little baby toddler bed and here and stephanie serenity icm's little board dad's baby he'd is parrots are moving into their new home we just by a kingsize bed it's a day that almost didn't happen after scammers swipe twelve thousand dollars that serenity thought she was sending in for the closing costs it's a story were first told you about the day inhabit i don't i don't know what to do any more at this point i'm just loss it's believe this cameras either hacked into the icm's email or the email of the lenders because they knew the closing dates all the names of the people involved and the amount needed and we are finally going on our home and then we just felt she says local attorney can gordon sars story at offered to take on their case for free and negotiated lower fees and commissions putting the house purchase within reach of the ice so i honestly without being aired on tv we probably wouldn't have had the house she says the nightmare has ended thing you guys and then henrik the main people that made it happen for a for serenity song with on tacking in their new home feels like to be true it doesn't feel like home yeah because it's probably like the first day and but i love it i love the house the house that i think is perfect for us there is some say they learned their lesson about scams but sadly realize that there are probably not going.
"head research" Discussed on KOMO
"The bloodstream after a blow to the head research shows that tests can detect brain injuries within twelve hours yesterday was moving in day for a young failing in tacoma a day that almost didn't happen after scammers swiped several thousand dollars from him but after our story about the crime aired couples keith eldridge reports doors started their open to help them something missing from the front yard of this tacoma hallways the four sale side it was taken out as the aisin's moved in so we have a little baby toddler bed in here and stiffening serenity icm's little board dan's baby heavist parrots are moving into their new home we've just by a kingsize bed it's a day that almost didn't happen after scammers swipe twelve thousand dollars that serenity thought she was sending in for the closing costs it's a story were first told you about the day have a i don't i don't know what to do any more at this point under this boss it's believe this cameras either hacked into the icm's email or the email of the lenders because they knew the closing dates all the names of the people involved and the amount needed and we're finally going on our home and then we just fell cameron she says local attorney kim gordon sars story at offered to take on their case for free and negotiator lower fees and commissions putting the house purchase within reach of the ice away so i without this being aired on tv we probably wouldn't have had the house and she says the nightmare has ended thing you guys and then henrik than the people that made it happen for a for serenity song was on packing in their new home feels like to be true it is it feel like home because it's probably like the first day on but all of it i love the house the house that i think is light perfect for us there is some say they've learned their lesson about scams but sadly realized that there are probably not going to be the last ones to be hip like this in tacoma keith eldridge komo news komo news time nine jantar to check it at the sportsdesk arguments basketball loom pay back in mind when they host utah he's a preview from komos bills sort some months ago in salt lake city washington was in an early hole and.
"head research" Discussed on KOMO
"In brain cells that can leak into the bloodstream following a blow to the head research shows the test can detect brain injuries within twelve hours a twelve as millions of americans head south for spring break there's new concerns about tainted alcohol it could be at some tourist resorts our clubs in mexico some members of congress pushing the state department to do more about the dangers of tainted alcohol in mexico that as a tremendous concern on the part of the us government wisconsin federal tammy baldwin calling for action after reports in the milwaukee journal sentinel of more than one hundred forty recent injuries and even some deaths among american vacationers after they say they drank just small or moderate amounts of alcohol baldwin writing in a letter i am extremely concerned the state department must do more to protect and assist our citizens went abroad twenty year old abbey conner died after she and her brother austin were found face down in a waist deep pool at a resort in mexico would 2017 her family speaking exclusively with abc news last july questioning whether alcohol they consumed could have been tainted the bartender pours out alannah shots and they come down i take one and everyone else does and the last thing i remember was just like we are right now sitting here talking and lights went out woke up in the ambulance so you went from find blacked out in seconds like i said i felt completely normal representatives of the resort where they were staying say no tainted alcohol was ever found their mexican officials say they've seized one point four million gallons of tainted alcohol a toxic mix of cheap ingredients from executing businesses in the past seven years including tourists hotspots like resort clubs and bars where kill rutledge at the milwaukee journal sentinel has been investigating the story for the past six months i have reports from more than one hundred fifty people had blackouts sexual assault robberies like heidi in cory sore who told the journal sentinel they had two shots in the pool before getting ready for dinner he's in shower and i remember from the czech in her name cannot find her and i looked over the balcony and i could see legs hunger on fishing was completely good unconscious bleeding from them often have abc's gio benitez with.
"head research" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Policy this move by authorities to kind of cut import taxes on hundreds of consumer goods beginning december first and obviously big multinational firm stand to benefit although there are some that already produce goods in china that they would not be hurt by ace as much but i'm i'm wondering about the domestic players among the consumer staples group i mean is this a big day for them i think it will be certainly more direct competition them that the policy goal of upgrading that the supply side of the consumer sector uh still remains in place so there's more pressure on them uh thinking of the first order goal is really to take away those the consumption lawsuits from tourist spending overseas agreement stemming uh dr within china's borders but but i believe there's some older lower around uh names in the consumer sector of that trade should be the challenge quickly let me let you go william where do you see the rb going what are you see policy going for 2018 when it comes to the armed e well look for the currency they wanna keep it role could be stable uh because there's a lot to do on the reform front now if you look at say from frontend break differential two chinese us uh ththe defense was a pretty large not supportive of a stronger currency also this was it maybe it within a range but the up and up through the first half of next year with each of these principles all right william thank you so much for that william has cozy o head research prc back row come up here on bloomberg daybreak asia cyber monday headed for record sales in china's hina hit a snag in switzerland this is bloomberg this is a bloomberg market minute bitcoin is going legit that digital currency that jp morgan chase is jamie diamond called of fraud is set to step into the mainstream of finance now that cme group has announced it will introduce trading in bitcoin futures by the end of the move by the world's largest exchange owner will up the game for the.
"head research" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Latest showed up i see um islamic staging at sit in this and the number of protests increase in islamabad hmd prophet we are here for you uh uh global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg angie tolerate at king's let's get back to our conversation with willing hef east coast theo head research p r c macro william no doubt you and everybody else so we were watching the official and ties in manufacturing pmi is out this week bloomberg intelligence colleague likely steady what does this mean for the commodity rally that we've been seeing especially iron or does have legs aarp and berger over your onto a career berkeley uh pmis and for industrial propaganda is it gonna be week i think he's gone cars coming are already indications can we run for uh lynn is actually operating rates for the medical sort of security significant nation uh in the past six weeks uh so we expect them to kind of underwhelmed uh thermal uh to the process we also expect uh to be down a bit up based on our own future inflation gauge with tracked very closely with with coffee so for commodities are certain pockets for copper and nickel were a little bit more optimistic but for iron ore you know look inventory levels and we're still production and apparent demand for steel was right now that though certain clothing suspected ira nor still have linked to falling apart down about twenty percent in the past six weeks or so said william baer right and we do see uh back in some of the chinese industrial players big manufacturers names semi do you wait for the dust to settle in you become a buyer at that point do you just ignore completely the old economy story and focus on technology we are better work in the old economy story still a big piece of market happen so uh you know i think this could give rise to new questions about you know what is.
"head research" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Stream it live or on demand boop she has tonight zero all right welcome back michael kao whom travis sheridan and we're talking about bayer and monsanto right now the big case was in st louis which is talked about geo you in cortex a big big conference geospace now the same week in the same region st louis the big ag launched reneged showcase their and you know what's interesting either one of those were held at the convention center like these these conferences are being held throughout the region the okay kgb over in the dan arab the geospace o nationwide cortex innovation district it's interesting to see these small 5000 means is but the ones where you could really meets dragged business deals there happen these small pockets of town travis and i again or at the gop yukon let's jump over to crave core hey by the way this just shows the whole regions benefiting by need well let's go to krief core the danforth plant science center in listen to my conversation with percy who's the head research and development hence so what brings you part of the bears are turning to tell and saw was what did you keynote speech the case that he's actually great events by bring the loss of entrepreneurs a young startupcompanies brutal sosa corporate folks imf and venture capitalist to look at exciting developments in agricultural technology uh uh uh here's to talk about collaboration because uh we have enormous front of us in terms of a very repopulation it's getting bigger all the time sustainable way john we need to s would new technology hence we want to cooperate with some of the companies that are developing new idea citing technology and science was just going to ask the the role that these small startups have and algeria approach they have what is it these days with these small startup companies that even the big multinational corp of taking you know the twoman picky you'd better somewhere it's really means science and technology there are so many advances in so many different areas and i think a lot of these ideas are coming out of universities so i'm academic research institutions and a big companies like barra aridi open to us can to collaborate with these these types.
"head research" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"As quickly yeah zambian ships have you guys one i'm not going in boston karyn regal wbz news radio 1030 the red sox victory comes against the backdrop of revelations that the las vegas shooter had once scope down boston that is prompting a tighter net around fenway as wbz tvs jim smith reports the beefed up security a direct response to news that loss vegas shooter steven patrick head researched sites overlooking fenway park some time before his deadly rampage in vegas same security presence pretty tough air so yeah every day we went to seattle watch them acids by their same thing series tied everywhere and should be finished harassed to come in early today because if the ad it's screenings it's all part of a busy weekend which also included a bruno mars concert at td garden so now it's yanji game 4 and there's little doubt that security this time will be every bit as tight we'll have more on the red sox coming up in sports with adam kaufman a somerville police officer is clinging to life this morning after his motorcyclists hit by another vehicle on route ninety five in new hampshire in a wrong way crash with a teenager behind the wheel wbz's kim tunnicliff joins us now from the central police station with the very latest ruin kim good morning tackle off duty police officer luis remigio kale of tewksbury suffered lifethreatening injuries in the crash it happened on ninety five south inau north hampton new hampshire sunday morning witnesses say a king driving a mercedes was racing moments before fleming head on and to the 55yearold per nikki oats motorcycle a mercedes travelling wrought the wrong way on the highway or nicky i was taken to port that regional hospital in critical condition two others were injured as well have a dry i fear of the mercedes eighteen year old michael.
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"Paddock was walking at boston wbz's lana jones here now on the rings central news line and water local officials as saying about this lanna awoken to boston police tell me that they are aware of media reports that patrick head research sites in boston he says that they're working with local and federal law enforcement partners here and in las vegas to try to patch this altogether kenda we know the the ah investigators have been looking into olive paddocks electronics all of his communications in what not and there seem to be indications coming out of las vegas today that he was looking at sites at several cities across the united states when in particular in chicago where i guess it even booked a hotel near the lulla palooza concert in chicago this past summer but was in no show and and there is no indicator shen no indication at this point that patrick ever visited boston but boston has apparently turned up in the investigation and were waiting to see hopefully later this afternoon up from investigators in las vegas just to what other sites he was looney said the law enforcement officials are aware of these reports that the governor was asked about it governor was asked about it he says if they are in constant contact with the fusion senate us the joint terrorism task force boston local police state police they share information all the time there's no indication of any threat here and and and they're keeping tabs on on now what is being learned about steven paddock or at the very latest on this breaking story leonard thank you very much well.
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"Kidnapping captivated the nation is speaking out for the first time here's more from abc's lindsey janice elizabeth thomas telling the editor of the columbia daily herald she wants to talk saying there's much speculation about me i am a human being i can answer things fairly it was march thirteen twin thomas disappeared with fifty year old high school science teacher tad comments planned this for some time before disappearing with elizabeth the pair theme soon after on surveillance cameras in oklahoma city walmart their hair colors dramatically changed reports surfacing debt commons head research to online age of consent and how to mary eighteen come into wife of thirty one years filing for divorce trading per family never losing hope please please come home please lewis after thirty nine days on the run the pair ending up at a remote cabin in california two thousand miles away with no electricity and no running water after briefly spending time in a commune three in her she said they were eating flowers and things prosecutors say commons swath license plates disabled his car's gps used backup roads and only cast to evade authorities he's currently facing federal and state charges now thomas opening up about her kidnapping cher that she spent the first seventy eight days after returning in therapy saying that her outfit of pajamas is what i wear most of the time and that there's been a lot of rumors about me i'd like to clear up that declining to talk about her former teachers pending case when asked if she had regrets about leaving town with her high school teacher she said i don't regret it nor do i say it was the right thing to do it was an experience i'll have to live with the rest of my life it's good and it's bad it stare elizabeth says she is now living with her brother spends her time babysitting and studying at home she hopes to become a medical examiner sunday as for its had come our former teacher is in jail awaiting trial on charges of kidnapping his pleaded not guilty that is abc's lindsey janice be careful what.