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Evidence Suggests Migratory Birds Are Not a Reservoir for Highly Pathogenic Flu Viruses

17 hours ago − St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
The H5 avian influenza A virus that devastated North American poultry farms in 2014-15 was initially spread by migratory waterfowl, but evidence suggests such highly pathogenic flu viruses do not persist in wild birds. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital led the research, which appears online this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. …
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Human 'Super Predator' More Terrifying Than Bears, Wolves And Dogs
Bears, wolves and other large carnivores are frightening beasts but the fear they inspire in their prey pales in comparison to that caused by the human 'super predator.' …
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Unusual New Zoantharian Species Is the First Described Solitary Species in over 100 Years

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Quantitating the Complete Human Proteome

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Researchers Make New Projections for Spread of the Zika Virus
New research from the University of Notre Dame places a new upper limit on the total number of people who could become infected by the Zika virus in the…
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Evidence Suggests Migratory Birds Are Not a Reservoir for Highly Pathogenic Flu Viruses

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Flower Bud Uniformity Beholden to Time And Space
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Invasive Garden 'Super Ants' Take Hold Faster Than Ever in UK, New Research Finds
First discovered in 2009, there are now a total of six known UK infestations of the Lasius neglectus which thrive in greenhouses and domestic gardens. Originating from Asia, they…
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Researchers Discover How Honey Bees 'Telescope' Their Abdomens

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Sexual Rivalry May Drive Frog Reproductive Behaviors

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Network Physicist Sheds Light on Alzheimer's, Schizophrenia
Researchers comparing mouse and macaque brains have found evidence of an evolutionary universal brain structure in mammals that enables comparisons of cortical networks between species. A new study from…
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New Index Reveals Likelihood of Terrestrial Or Aquatic Lifestyles of Extinct Mammals

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Lichen: Apparently Happy Couple Really a Threesome
(Toronto - July 21, 2016) Since the discovery of their true nature 140 years ago, lichens have been the poster children for symbiosis. In the textbook definition of a…
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Cell Biology

A 'Smart Dress' for Oil-degrading Bacteria


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Cancer, Oncology

Biologists Home in on Paleo Gut for Clues to Our Evolutionary History


5 days ago − University of California - Berkeley
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Genetics

DNA Analyses Reveal Genetic Identities of World's First Farmers


17 hours ago − Harvard Medical School
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• New Study Uses Computer Learning to Provide Quality Control for Genetic Databases − 7 days ago
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Zoology

Scorpions Have Similar Tastes in Burrow Architecture


1 months ago − American Museum of Natural History
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Botany

LobeFinder Technology Quantifies Changes in Shape-shifting Plant Cells


14 days ago − Purdue University
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Entomology

Picky Eaters: Bumble Bees Prefer Plants with Nutrient-rich Pollen


29 days ago − Penn State
• New Insect Imaging Technique May Help Victims of Sleeping Sickness − 15 days ago
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Agriculture

UBC Researchers Determine Vineyards Adversely Affect Soil Quality


12 days ago − University of British Columbia Okanagan campus
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Paleontology, Fossil, Dinosaur

Some Bacteria Have Lived in the Human Gut Since Before We Were Human


5 days ago − University of Texas at Austin
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Ethology

Female Blue Tits Sing in the Face of Danger


1 months ago − University of Veterinary Medicine -- Vienna
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