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Research: New mobile element found in mosquito parasite has potential for disease control —

Controlling mosquito-borne illnesses, such as Dengue or West Nile virus, has historically been difficult due to a lack of effective vaccines and concerns...

3D magnetotelluric imaging reveals magma recharging beneath Weishan volcano (Study)

IMAGE: Cartoon interpretation of magma reservoirs beneath Weishan volcano. ...

Research: Ancient genome analyses reveal mosaic pattern of goat domestication thousands of years ago...

An international team of scientists, led by geneticists from Trinity College Dublin, have sequenced the genomes from ancient goat bones from areas in...
New map of Antarctica shows the icy continent in "stunning detail"

New map of Antarctica shows the icy continent in “stunning detail”

Researchers say the new map of Antarctica is the highest-resolution terrain map of any continent in the world. The new map has a resolution of...

Research: Climate change poses significant threat to nutritional benefits of oysters —

The nutritional qualities of shellfish could be significantly reduced by future ocean acidification and warming, a new study suggests. Research has previously shown that...

Research: New data platform illuminates history of humans’ environmental impact —

The human environmental footprint is not only deep, but old. Ancient traces of this footprint can be found in animal bones, shells, scales and...
Mark your calendar for most distant space flyby ever on New Year's Day 2019

Mark your calendar for most distant space flyby ever on New Year’s Day 2019

In just under a year – shortly after midnight Eastern Time on Jan. 1, 2019 – NASA's New Horizons spacecraft will buzz by the...

Research: Research team reveals strengths and shortcomings of different concepts —

Forest conservation can be a source of tension between competing priorities and interests from forestry, science, administration and nature conservation organisations. The different...
Researchers revive 100 million-year-old microbes from deep under seafloor

Researchers revive 100 million-year-old microbes from deep under seafloor

Researchers studying sediments from the Pacific Ocean east of New Zealand have found bacteria that appear to have survived since the time of the...

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