Life Sciences

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Life Sciences

Interview: Next Generation Sequencing Today and Tomorrow – Taking a Closer Look of Plant Viruses

Meet Denis Kutnjak, National Institute of Biology (NIB) “We are using next generation sequencing to search for new viruses... Read more

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Warming Seas Will Set Marine Life on the Move, with Some Good News Among the Bad

How will climate change affect life in the oceans? In research to be published in Nature Climate Change*... Read more

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Hummingbird Tongues Are Tiny Pumps that Spring Open to Draw in Nectar

Hummingbirds live life at incomprehensible speeds. Their flight acrobatics are amazing, maneuvering more like insects than birds as... Read more

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Earliest Evidence of Reproduction in a Complex Organism

A new study of 565 million-year-old fossils has identified how some of the first complex organisms on Earth... Read more

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Researchers Carefully Protect Dangerous Pathogens – But How Secure Is All Their Data?

Ebola, smallpox, anthrax and many others: the most dangerous microorganisms are strictly regulated in the United States. The... Read more

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Scientists at Work: Cracking Sea Lions’ High-Thrust, Low-Wake Swimming Technique

The California sea lion has a unique way of moving through the ocean. This highly maneuverable aquatic mammal... Read more

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Africa Is Within Reach of Being Declared a Polio-Free Region

More than 20 years after North and South America eliminated the threat of polio, sub-Saharan Africa is finally... Read more

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Why Killing Lions Like Cecil May Actually be Good for Conservation

The death of a celebrity often makes the headlines, but it is less common that the death of... Read more

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