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Climate Change Impacts Countered by Stricter Fisheries Management

This is a basket full of paddle-tail snappers. A newly published 17-year study by the Wildlife Conservation Society has found that implementing stricter fisheries management overcame the expected detrimental effects of climate change disturbances in coral reef fisheries badly impacted by…

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New Findings Will Improve the Sex Lives of Women with Back Problems

Professor Stuart McGill demonstrates the motion of the spine during sex. Credit: University of Waterloo

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New Findings Will Improve the Sex Lives of Women with Back Problems

This is Natalie Sidorkewicz in the lab. Credit: University of Waterloo

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Decrease of Genetic Diversity in the Endangered Saimaa Ringed Seal Continues

This is a Saimaa ringed seal. Credit: Mervi Kunnasranta

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To Wilt Or Not to Wilt

Shown are tomato plant varieties that are sensitive (Moneymaker; left panel) or resistant (Motelle; right panel) to the fungal pathogen Fusarium oxysporum . Each panel shows a water-treated control plant on the left and two F. oxysporum -treated plants…

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To Wilt Or Not to Wilt

Shouqiang Ouyang (left), the first author of the research paper, and Katherine Borkovich examine research data in the lab. Credit: I. Pittalwala, UC Riverside.

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To Wilt Or Not to Wilt

Katherine Borkovich is a professor of plant pathology at UC Riverside. Credit: I. Pittalwala, UC Riverside.

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Ebola's Evolutionary Roots Are More Ancient Than Previously Thought, Study Finds

This is a colorized transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of the Ebola virus. Credit: Photo: Frederick A. Murphy, via the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Treating Ill Health Might Not Be Enough to Help Homeless People Get Off the Streets

Health care providers should recognize that any effective strategy to address homelessness needs to include both interventions to improve the health of homeless individuals as well as larger-scale policy changes, according to a paper published today in The Lancet …

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A New Dent in HIV-1's Armor

The Jones lab details a new target to fighting HIV. Credit: Salk Institute

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A New Dent in HIV-1's Armor

This image shows, from the left: Katherine Jones, Salk professor, and first authors Yupeng Chen and Lirong Zhang. Credit: Salk Institute

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Climate Change Caused by Ocean, Not Just Atmosphere, New Rutgers Study Finds

Stella Woodard, postdoctoral researcher at Rutgers University, has discovered that the ocean conveyor is much younger than had been thought, and is tied to massive climate change 2.7 million years ago. Credit: Stella Woodard

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