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Supermarkets could trick you into buying fewer calories

Supermarkets could help their customers consume fewer calories by making small changes to the recipes of own-brand food products to reduce the calories contained in the product, without notifying consumers explicitly, according to a study from IFRO.
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Danish scientists know about 3R

The 3R concept is an international effort to reduce the number of animals used in experiments, and to give the animals used the best possible conditions. An IFRO study assesses the knowledge of 3R among Danish researchers involved with animal experiments to be good. 
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Humans artificially drive evolution of new species

A study from Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate and University of Queensland presents examples of how humans not only contribute to the extinction of species but also drive evolution, and in some cases the emergence of entirely new species. The study was published in Proceedings of Royal Society B. Postdoc Joseph Bull from Department of Food and Resource Economics is the lead author.
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