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International Efforts Needed to Save World's Largest Mammals, Scientists Say

Yesterday − Wildlife Conservation Society
A team of conservation biologists is calling for a worldwide strategy to prevent the unthinkable: the extinction of the world's largest mammal species. In a public declaration published in today's edition of the journal BioScience, a group of more than 40 conservation scientists and other experts are calling for a coordinated global plan to prevent the world's "megafauna" from sliding into oblivion. …
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• Stanford Study Identifies Brain Areas Altered During Hypnotic Trances − Yesterday
• Princeton-UCLA Study Finds Gray Wolves Should Remain Protected − Yesterday
• Los Angeles Mountain Lions Hunt Closer to Human Settlements Than Expected − Yesterday
• Russian Scientists Discover How Certain Proteins May Help Fight Chlamydia − Yesterday
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Cell Biology

Russian Scientists Discover How Certain Proteins May Help Fight Chlamydia


Yesterday − Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
• For the First Time, Researchers See Structure That Allows Brain Cells to Communicate − Yesterday
• Photopharmacology And Optogenetics: Lighting the Way for Second Messengers − Yesterday
• When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Growing − Yesterday
• The Eyes Are the Window into the Brain − Yesterday
• Monitoring Cell Fates − Yesterday
• UMD Researchers Discover a Way That Animals Keep Their Cells Identical − 2 days ago
 
Cancer, Oncology

Cancer on a Paleo-diet? Ask Someone Who Lived 1.7 Million Years Ago


Yesterday − University of the Witwatersrand
• UMD Researchers Discover a Way That Animals Keep Their Cells Identical − 2 days ago
• Quantitating the Complete Human Proteome − 4 days ago
• Study Confirms: Forms of HIV Can Cross from Chimps to Humans − 6 days ago
• An Engineered Protein Can Disrupt Tumor-promoting 'Messages' in Human Cells − 7 days ago
• Biologists Home in on Paleo Gut for Clues to Our Evolutionary History − 7 days ago
• Scientists Program Cells to Remember And Respond to Series of Stimuli − 7 days ago
 
Genetics

NASA Releases 'Microbiomics: The Living World in And on You'


Yesterday − NASA/Johnson Space Center
• Photopharmacology And Optogenetics: Lighting the Way for Second Messengers − Yesterday
• UMD Researchers Discover a Way That Animals Keep Their Cells Identical − 2 days ago
• DNA Analyses Reveal Genetic Identities of World's First Farmers − 3 days ago
• Penn Study Models How the Immune System Might Evolve to Conquer HIV − 7 days ago
• New Study Uses Computer Learning to Provide Quality Control for Genetic Databases − 9 days ago
• Scientists Delve into 'Black Box' of DNA Research − 10 days ago
 
Zoology

Scorpions Have Similar Tastes in Burrow Architecture


1 months ago − American Museum of Natural History
• New Chinese Leaf-roller Weevil Does Not Know How to Roll Leaves − 23 days ago
• Small Brain - Astounding Performance − 1 months ago
• Lizard Tail Adaptations May Reflect Predators' Color Vision Capabilities − 1 months ago
• Biologists Home in on Paleo Gut for Clues to Our Evolutionary History − 7 days ago
• A Surprising New Anole − 1 months ago
• Fish Can Recognize Human Faces, New Research Shows − 1 months ago
 
Botany

Learning About the Hummingbirds And the Bees in Floral Diversity


23 days ago − Botanical Society of America
• Flight of the Bumble Bee Reveals Plants' Flair for Flower Arranging − 10 days ago
• LobeFinder Technology Quantifies Changes in Shape-shifting Plant Cells − 17 days ago
• Yeast Emerges as Hidden Third Partner in Lichen Symbiosis − 7 days ago
• Arsenic Accumulates in the Nuclei of Plants' Cells − 1 months ago
• New Research Uses Novel Approach to Study Plant Mimicry − 1 months ago
 
Entomology

New Insect Imaging Technique May Help Victims of Sleeping Sickness


18 days ago − Entomological Society of America
• Using Bed Bug Shed Skins to Combat the Pest − 8 days ago
• Ecological Context of Mosquito-borne Infectious Disease − 18 days ago
• Free Articles on Aedes Albopictus, Mosquitoes That May Transmit Zika − 1 months ago
• Picky Eaters: Bumble Bees Prefer Plants with Nutrient-rich Pollen − 1 months ago
• Rediscovering a Wasp After 101 Years − 1 months ago
 
Agriculture

How Sole-source LEDs Impact Growth of Brassica Microgreens


Yesterday − American Society for Horticultural Science
• After the Age of Dinosaurs Came the Age of Ant Farmers − 8 days ago
• Gas Sensors 'See' Through Soil to Analyze Microbial Interactions − 10 days ago
• ANU Leads Effort to Develop Drought-proof Crops − 10 days ago
• UBC Researchers Determine Vineyards Adversely Affect Soil Quality − 14 days ago
• MSU Builds High-tech Test Track to Improve Crop Performance − 16 days ago
 
Paleontology, Fossil, Dinosaur

First Discovery from 'New Riversleigh' - a New Extinct Carnivorous Marsupial


4 days ago − University of New South Wales
• Cancer on a Paleo-diet? Ask Someone Who Lived 1.7 Million Years Ago − Yesterday
• New Index Reveals Likelihood of Terrestrial Or Aquatic Lifestyles of Extinct Mammals − 4 days ago
• Some Bacteria Have Lived in the Human Gut Since Before We Were Human − 7 days ago
• Biologists Home in on Paleo Gut for Clues to Our Evolutionary History − 7 days ago
• Paleontology: Aftermath of a Mass Extinction − 9 days ago
 
Ethology

Female Blue Tits Sing in the Face of Danger


1 months ago − University of Veterinary Medicine -- Vienna
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• Fearless Fowl Grow And Lay Better − 10 months ago
 
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