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Risk profiles for cross-country routes could be on the cards thanks to new research

Risk profiles for cross-country routes could be on the cards thanks to new research

Discussions about how to make cross-country safer without removing the challenge continue – as new data highlights where risk could potentially be reduced and the opportunity to create course risk profiles. In a recently published FEI-funded study, researchers from the universities of Glasgow, Bristol and Nottingham Trent sought to identify risk factors for cross-country fencing …

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Why mushroom research is becoming a new trend globally |  India time

Why mushroom research is becoming a new trend globally | India time

For people who depend on forests for their survival – tribal and ethnic groups – mushrooms are vital for food security. According to a 2015 research paper, tribal communities in India consume nearly 283 of the 2,000 species of wild edible fungi found worldwide. Some of the wild but edible mushrooms found in India include …

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