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How bat brains listen out for incoming signals during echolocation Neuroscientist Julio C. Hechavarría [SS1] from the Institute of Cell Biology and Neuroscience at Goethe University and his team are investigating the brain activities associated with vocalisations in Seba’s short-tailed bat. (Friday August 5th, 2022 — EurekAlert!)

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Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon (Roederer):" Biodynamics is a toolbox" Very early. At the beginning of my career, when I was working in Tasmania (Australia), I met Bill Mollison, one of the designers of permaculture, like Masanobu Fukuoka. I was seduced by the idea of ​​an agriculture that respects ecosystems. When I returned to Champagne in 1994, permaculture was hardly practiced. The closest method turned out to be biodynamics, which has essentially the same objectives, but with a somewhat esoteric aspect which I do not necessarily adhere to. I went to taste the wines of Anne-Claude Leflaive, Dominique Lafon and Fleury, which I found very inspiring. These tastings convinced me to move in this direction. (Friday August 5th, 2022 — California18)

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Archaeologists Find 12,000-Year-Old Human Footprints in Utah The 88 individual footprints were were discovered on a remote desert Air Force training site that was once a wetland (Thursday August 4th, 2022 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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The Key to Education is Human Connection at The Waldorf School of Baltimore The Waldorf School of Baltimore (WSB) understands the key to education is human connection, with teachers at every level, known to go above and beyond to ensure their students feel supported, secure, and special. (Thursday August 4th, 2022 — Baltimore Fishbowl)

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This Teenager Invented a Low-Cost Tool to Spot Elephant Poachers in Real Time Seventeen-year-old Anika Puri created a machine-learning-driven model that analyzes the movement patterns of humans and elephants (Thursday August 4th, 2022 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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Organic Wine Market to Hits US$ 30 Billion by 2030 by Size, Share, Growth and Top Players Analysis Biodynamic and other environment-friendly practices do not impact the flavor or taste of wines. These movements were born largely out of a desire to encourage environmental and social change. Hence, this factor fuels the demand for organic wine from consumers that are more concerned about environmental health and from consumers who believe that biodynamic wines are better and cause less-intense hangovers. (Wednesday August 3rd, 2022 — Digital Journal)

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New £3million Aberdeen residential home for young people with learning disabilities approved “The residential house will enable us to open our doors to even more young people who are in desperate need of our services and support. While Murtle Market will provide meaningful training and work opportunities for 54 young people aged 16 to 25 who have complex additional support needs. (Tuesday August 2nd, 2022 — Aberdeen Live)

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How Athenians are Cultivating their Organic food at Farma Moo “We carefully tend our member’s plots but encourage them to come here to cultivate their land and gather their own produce so that they can enjoy having contact with nature,” says Eleni Apergi. “We can advise them on how to farm their produce, and they are free to use whatever farming methods they choose, such as Biodynamic farming, for example – as long as it’s organic. (Monday August 1st, 2022 — Greek City Times)

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Regenerative agriculture is the answer to extreme weather Regenerative farming practices have always been the cornerstone of biodynamic farming, but the practice is becoming increasingly organic as farmers recognize the essential role that soil, plants and animals play in keeping their farms healthy. and integrated into conventional agriculture. (Monday August 1st, 2022 — Eminetra Canada)

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A biodynamic Bordeaux wine expert on why your wines should be clean In hindsight, it is a fitting image for the 52-year-old. While his wines’ black and gold label imposes old world grandeur, Duroux has been pushing innovation at the 207-year-old estate since taking charge in 2004. One of his greatest achievements was convincing his bosses to adopt biodynamic practices, an agricultural approach that priorities organic material, biodiversity, and often times lunar-based farming cycles. Since 2017, Château Palmer has been certified as fully biodynamic, and remains one of the handful of Bordeaux wineries that farm this way. (Friday July 29th, 2022 — Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong)

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In much of Asia, tiger populations are rebounding Better camera tracking and a crackdown on poaching have led to higher estimates of the top predator’s abundance (Friday July 29th, 2022 — Washington Post - Washington DC USA)

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The consciousness of bees As I show in my new book, “The Mind of a Bee,” the latest research indicates that even tiny-brained bees are profoundly intelligent creatures that can memorize not only flowers but also human faces, solve problems by thinking rather than by trial and error, and learn to use tools by observing skilled bees. They even appear to experience basic emotions, or at least something like optimism and pessimism. (Friday July 29th, 2022 — Washington Post - Washington DC USA)

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These Pollinating Crustaceans Are the Bees of the Sea Small, bug-like creatures can transfer pollen to red seaweed underwater (Friday July 29th, 2022 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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Bodega SuperUco: The Award-winning Gem of Los Chacayes Mendoza With a commitment to preserving the environment and the pure quality of their terroir, they employ organic, biodynamic and ecological practices that in 2021 won an International Gold in Sustainable Practices at the 'Best of Wine Tourism' awards presented by the global network, Great Wine Capitals. (Thursday July 28th, 2022 — Jamaica Observer)

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The Iberian civilisation that vanished Standing here, in the Guadiana Valley of the Extremadura region in south-western Spain, I imagined how different this dusty and arid flatland would have appeared 2,500 years ago when it was a hub of trade and worship for Tartessos, a mysterious Iberian society that thrived between the 9th and 5th Centuries BCE – and then abruptly disappeared. (Thursday July 28th, 2022 — BBC online)

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Mosel Winegrowers’ A Walk Through Le Musée sentimental d’Eva Aeppli at the Centre Pompidou Metz Born in Zofingen, Switzerland in 1925, Eva Aeppli grew up in Basel, where she studied anthroposophy under the field’s progenitor, Rudolf Steiner. Only by passing through the unique artistic universe of Eva Aeppli can a spectator come to understand how her work encompasses fictions that come to her in dreams, or the alternate states that she transmutes into her unique compositions, filling otherwise inanimate objects with life, and thereby situating them such that they never escape the omnipresence of death constantly present in Eva’s work. (Wednesday July 27th, 2022 — Whitehot Magazine)

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Nurturing childhood Since 1988, Mumbulla School for Rudolf Steiner Education has been thoughtfully developing and enhancing their Bega campus. (Tuesday July 26th, 2022 — Bega District News)

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Ancient fossil is earliest known animal predator The 560-million-year-old specimen, which was found in Charnwood Forest in Leicestershire, is likely a forerunner of cnidaria - the group of species that today includes jellyfish. (Monday July 25th, 2022 — BBC online)

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How Indigenous Sea Gardens Produced Massive Amounts of Food for Millennia Across the planet, Indigenous communities, from the Heiltsuk in British Columbia, to the Powhatan on the Chesapeake Bay on the United States’ Atlantic Coast, to the Māori in New Zealand, have successfully stewarded the sea for thousands of years. These communities avoided diminishing their productive sea gardens despite, in some cases, seeing harvests that rival modern commercial fisheries. (Monday July 25th, 2022 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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Sales of vegan wine up 51% in two years “Demand for vegan, organic and biodynamic wines has grown as more consumers adopt eco-conscious and healthier lifestyles. It’s great to see that the desire for top-quality vegan-friendly wines is growing so strongly and we have every reason to believe that this will only continue to rise, creating a great opportunity for Virgin Wines to capitalise on this growing sector”. (Monday July 25th, 2022 — Wales Online)

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