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Friday, December 16, 2022
New Research on Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria May Be A Step Toward New Treatments for Infections
From left to right: NSU Students Gabriela Diaz Tang, Estefania Marin Meneses Credit: Nova Southeastern University Antibiotic resistant bact...
Scientists discover what was on the menu of the first dinosaurs
Early dinosaurs and their diets. Lesothosaurus is an omnivore, Buriolestes is a carnivore and Thecodontosaurus is an herbivore Illustration ...
Rosenstiel marine researcher identifies new Bottlenose dolphin subspecies
New subspecies, called the Eastern Tropical Pacific bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus nuuanu), is smaller than other common bottlenose ...
Bird Diversity Increased in Severely Burned Forests of Southern Appalachian Mountains
Forest burned in high-severity wildfire. Photo Credit: Chris Moorman A new study found bird diversity increased in North Carolina mountain f...
Astronomers discover clues about stellar ‘glitching’
Stars that experience structural "glitches" during their lifetimes may be more common than first thought. Astronomers have found a...
A poison helps to understand hydrogen-producing biocatalysts
Thomas Happe researches biocatalysts that can produce hydrogen in an environmentally friendly way. Photo Credit: RUB, Marquard The toxic cy...
Scientists use materials to make stem cells behave like human embryos
Stem cells confined in a circular shape on a soft gel display characteristic of embryonic development. Photo Credit: University of New South...
Untangling the Evolution of Complex Life
Dartmouth researchers report octopuses have high numbers of molecules linked to advanced cognition. Photo Credit: Diane Picchiottino Octopu...
Thursday, December 15, 2022
Artificial Intelligence in Veterinary Medicine Raises Ethical Challenges
Chimmi (Chimichanga) a few hours before having his spleen removed due to a mass. Detected by Hi-Def Ultrasound by a radiologist. 7/2021 Phot...
Greenland’s Glaciers Might Be Melting 100 Times As Fast As Previously Thought
A melting glacier on the coast of Greenland. Photo Credit: Dr. Lorenz Meire, Greenland Climate Research Center. A computer model has been cr...
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