Posts Tagged ‘research’

Lemurs’ Social Network

Monday, October 20th, 2014
WhiteFootedSportiveLemur

How and where lemurs spread news may surprise you …

Cuckoo for Crows

Monday, March 24th, 2014
crow, cuckoo, parasite, symbiosis, research, predators, nests, brood parasites, life

A new study demonstrates a complicated relationship between cuckoos and crows in Spain.

Rewind: From the Field to DNA

Monday, October 7th, 2013
Brian Simison, Jens Vindum, collections, research, field work, freezers, nitrogen, tissues, dna, genome, genetics

Where does DNA come from? It all begins in the field…

Discovering New Sharks

Friday, August 9th, 2013
sharks, shark week, fantastic voyage, pacific shark research center, species, food and agriculture organization of the united nations, fao, undiscovered, bbc, expedition, research, awareness, white shark, hammerhead, cat shark, holohalaelurus favus, specimen, sharks international conference, sharks of the world

Dave Ebert lives and breathes sharks. We couldn’t complete a week of shark stories without him!

Thresher Shark Tail-Slap

Monday, August 5th, 2013
thresher shark, shark week, divers, tail, hunt, behavior, thresher shark research and conservation project, activity, research, sardines, tail-slap

It’s Shark Week! And thresher sharks are exhibiting some strange behavior.

Thinking with your Gut

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011
bacteria

The bacteria in our guts may influence our behavior and emotions.

Reversing Aging

Wednesday, December 8th, 2010
Lab_mouse_mg_3263

Researchers have found that telomerase can reverse aging in mice. Can it have the same effect on humans?

Describing Earth’s Species

Monday, November 22nd, 2010
treegrow

A group of scientists is proposing to identify and describe all the Earth’s species in the next 50 years. Why? Is it possible?

Mouse Behavior

Monday, May 10th, 2010
Mouse

Two new studies on mice can help us learn more about our own behavior.

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