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Thursday, September 1, 2022
These mice grow bigger on the rainier sides of mountains. It might be a new rule of nature
Shaggy soft-haired mouse Abrothrix hirta (Order Rodentia, Family Cricetidae) Resized Image using AI by SFLORG Credit: Pablo Teta Scientists ...
New methodology predicts coronavirus and other infectious disease threats to wildlife
The rate that emerging wildlife diseases infect humans has steadily increased over the last three decades. Viruses, such as the global coron...
Recycling Greenhouse Gases
Florian Schrenk (left) and Christoph Rameshan Source/Credit: Technische Universität Wien CO2 and methane can be turned into valuable product...
Eight new species of tiny geckos tumbling out of Madagascar’s rainforests
Seven of the new species of dwarf geckos described from Madagascar. Credit: P.-S. Gehring, H.-P. Berghof, M. Vences & M.D. An internati...
Webb takes its first exoplanet image
This image shows the exoplanet HIP 65426 b in different bands of infrared light, as seen from the James Webb Space Telescope: purple shows t...
Scientists discover surprise anticancer properties of common lab molecule
Nobel laureate Dr. Aziz Sancar at an event in 2016. Photo credit: Jon Gardiner/UNC-Chapel Hill Scientists at the UNC School of Medicine have...
Soaking up the sun with artificial intelligence
Machine learning methods are being developed at Argonne to advance solar energy research with perovskites. Credit: Maria Chan/ Argonne Natio...
Corals pass mutations acquired during their lifetimes to offspring
The Elkhorn coral, Acropora palmata, grows into large stands via polyp budding and fragmentation so that many colonies belong to the same cl...
Cannabis users no less likely to be motivated or able to enjoy life’s pleasure
Credit: RODNAE Productions Cannabis users also show no difference in motivation for rewards, pleasure taken from rewards, or the brain’s res...
Global fish stocks can’t rebuild if nothing is done to halt climate change and overfishing
Photo by Hiroko Yoshii on Unsplash Global fish stocks will not be able to recover to sustainable levels without strong actions to mitigate ...
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