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Eciton burchellii ants Seeing the light: Army ants evolve to regain sight and more in return to surface
Released March 9, 2016
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Amina Qutub and André Schultz 'Big Data' drills down into metabolic details
Released March 9, 2016
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Michael Hecht and Katie Digianantonio How an artificial protein rescues dying cells
Released March 8, 2016
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Japanese great tit Syntax is not unique to human language
Released March 8, 2016
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Caitlin Looby exploring effects of global warming Even plant-supporting soil fungi affected by global warming, UCI study finds
Released March 7, 2016
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France Cordova and Gabriela Gonzalez at LIGO Celebrating women in science and engineering
Released March 3, 2016
Discovery
image of a gorilla family New method reveals high similarity between gorilla and human Y chromosome
Released March 2, 2016
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a full-body reconstruction of a marine bear Extinct otter-like 'marine bear' might have had a bite like a saber-toothed cat
Released March 2, 2016
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ancient penguin skull and endocast Penguin brains not changed by loss of flight
Released March 1, 2016
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Kendall Grassland in southeastern Arizona In grasslands, longer spring growing season offsets higher summer temperatures
Released February 29, 2016
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screenshot of a bat What bats reveal about how humans focus attention
Released February 23, 2016
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a model of a dodo Dodos might have been quite intelligent, new research finds
Released February 23, 2016
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Stephen Decina  measures carbon dioxide Urban soils release surprising amounts of CO2
Released February 23, 2016
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dried trees in a forest of pinons in the U.S. Southwest. Increasing drought threatens almost all U.S. forests
Released February 22, 2016
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dried trees in a forest Nearly all US forests threatened by drought, climate change
Released February 22, 2016
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tundra Study of tundra soil demonstrates vulnerability of ecosystem to climate warming
Released February 22, 2016
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close-up of mussel beds Ecologists test stability of Maine ecosystem over two decades
Released February 22, 2016
Science Nation
Scientists working with samples in a lab Seeking Zika: Where and when will Zika-carrying mosquitoes strike next?
Released February 18, 2016
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a key Ebola virus protein and vulnerable sites Researchers discover new Ebola-fighting antibodies in blood of outbreak survivor
Released February 18, 2016
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image showing a stained pyramidal cell Studying memory's 'ripples'
Released February 18, 2016
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a western bluebird Bluebird's conundrum: Shack up now or hang out in mom's nest for a while?
Released February 18, 2016
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a parasite in a trout gill Penn study reveals how fish control microbes through their gills
Released February 17, 2016
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biology graphic Nocturnal migrating songbirds drift with crosswinds and compensate near coastal areas
Released February 16, 2016
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 sandhill cranes flying Scientists track nighttime bird migration using weather radar
Released February 16, 2016
Discovery
free living stage of soil-transmitted parasites Impact of climate change on parasite infections depends on host immunity
Released February 15, 2016
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the wild currant tomato On Darwin's birthday, IU study sheds new light on plant evolution
Released February 12, 2016
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Kevin Schneider and Thomas Wolfgruber Longstanding genetic question solved by studying corn
Released February 12, 2016
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two fighting ants and Phillip Barden Ants were socializing--and sparring--nearly 100 million years ago, Rutgers study finds
Released February 11, 2016
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an Arabidopsis plant By switching 'bait,' IU biologists trick plants' bacterial defense into attacking virus
Released February 11, 2016
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workers of two different ant species fighting 100-mllion-year-old amber preserves oldest animal societies
Released February 11, 2016
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