Monthly Archives: July 2011

Indonesian Breakthrough on Male contraception

Indonesian scientists in Surabaya are drying leaves, chopping them up, extracting an active chemical and making capsules which they consider as a reliable form of male contraceptive. The plant is called Gandarusa and its medicinal qualities have been known to … Continue reading

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World’s Reef Fishes Tussling With Human Overpopulation

“Coral reefs provide a range of critical goods and services to humanity — everything from nutrient cycling to food production to coast protection to economic revenues through tourism,” says Camilo Mora at Dalhousie University and lead researcher of the study. … Continue reading

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