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Research: Asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs shaped fortunes of snakes

Research: Asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs shaped fortunes of snakes

A new study suggests that all living snakes evolved from a handful of species that survived the giant asteroid impact that wiped out the...
Researchers Plan to Resurrect the Woolly Mammoth This Decade

Researchers Plan to Resurrect the Woolly Mammoth This Decade

A new biotech startup has announced its bold vision to create an elephant-mammoth hybrid, claiming that it could help save the Arctic tundra. Emerging...
Scientists study untypical haem properties in a mutated protein

Scientists study untypical haem properties in a mutated protein

Scientists from the JU Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology have recently published a paper in the prestigious journal Proceedings of the National Academy...
Scientists Are Developing Better Tests for Face Coverings With New Tech

Scientists Are Developing Better Tests for Face Coverings With New Tech

North Carolina State University researchers at the Textile Protection and Comfort Center (TPACC) are developing a test method to be able to simultaneously assess...
Inspired by Metamorphosis, Scientists Create Materials For Shape-Shifting Architecture

Inspired by Metamorphosis, Scientists Create Materials For Shape-Shifting Architecture

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed materials that can be used to create structures capable of transforming into multiple different architectures. The...
Research shows tiger sharks have social preferences for one another

Research shows tiger sharks have social preferences for one another

Scientists at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (UM) and the Institute of Zoology at the Zoological Society London...
Research found how the water bear evolved to walk

Research found how the water bear evolved to walk

Plump and ponderous, tardigrades earned the nickname "water bears" when scientists first observed the 0.02-inch-long animals' distinctive lumbering gaits in the 18th century. Their...
Research: Cambridge-authored book explores how artificial intelligence could help address climate change

Research: Cambridge-authored book explores how artificial intelligence could help address climate change

Intelligent Decarbonisation – a new book bringing together experts from the fields of science, law, finance, industry, and government – shows that a combination...
Pollinators: The first global risk index for species declines and effects on humanity (Study)

Pollinators: The first global risk index for species declines and effects on humanity (Study)

Disappearing habitats and use of pesticides are driving the loss of pollinator species around the world, posing a threat to “ecosystem services” that provide...
Research: Ageing cuttlefish can remember the details of last week’s dinner

Research: Ageing cuttlefish can remember the details of last week’s dinner

The results, published today in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, are the first evidence of an animal whose memory of specific...

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