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Quinoa. It’s tricky to spell, but these BYU researchers think it’s an answer to global food security
BYU researchers are working on cultivating hybridized quinoa strains, whose heat resistant qualities and soil adaptability make for a viable crop in communities where climate issues threaten food security.
The world’s smartest man lived in the library and memorized every verse of Latter-day Saint scripture. What if he’d never been born?
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In the wake of the Texas abortion ban, both the right and the left are putting forth legislation that includes a mechanism for public enforcement via civil lawsuit.
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