Life Sciences

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Life Sciences

Novel Borrelia Species Shed New Light on Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is the most common vector-borne illness in the world. It is a tick-borne illness that afflicts... Read more

Life Sciences; Social Sciences

Does Social Media Help the Goverment-Citizen Relationship? Depends Who You Ask

Depending where you live, maybe you follow your local transportation department on Twitter for construction updates. Or maybe... Read more

Life Sciences

The NEW ACLAM e-Formulary Is Here!

The ACLAM e-Formulary is an innovative new app, edited and compiled by Garry Linton, Sean Maguire, and Karen... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Life Sciences

MiE cryoEM Volume

Every so often a field will make huge progress in a relatively short space of time, generating much... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Life Sciences; Plant & Animal Sciences

An Introduction to Coevolution

  No organism is an island. Every living thing contends with predators, parasites, and competitors, and most also... Read more

Life Sciences

Email and the Workplace

The person credited with sending the first email, back in late 1971, is Ray Tomlinson. The story goes... Read more

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Life Sciences

Good News on Rain Forests: They Bounce Back Strong, Storing More Carbon than Thought

When you cut and burn a tropical forest, you’re left with a barren plain of cracked red mud,... Read more

Life Sciences

Flowers Tone Down the Iridescence of Their Petals and Avoid Confusing Bees

Latest research shows that flowers’ iridescent petals, which may look plain to human eyes, are perfectly tailored to... Read more

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