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electron micrograph of marine planktonic microbes, colorized for contrast. Ocean's microbial megacity: Like humans, the sea's most abundant organisms have clear daily cycles
Released July 10, 2014
Press Release
painting of a frog sitting next to water Amphibians can acquire resistance to deadly fungus
Released July 9, 2014
Press Release
a winter ant Science and cookies: Researchers tap into citizen science to shed light on ant diversity
Released July 7, 2014
News From the Field
bumblebee colony in a nest Bees from the inside out
Released July 7, 2014
Discovery
Japanese knotweed Clemson scientists: Kudzu can release soil carbon, accelerate global warming
Released July 1, 2014
News From the Field
illustration of reconstructed Hohokam platform mound in the Sonoran Desert in the 13th century A.D. Scientists chart a baby boom--in southwestern Native Americans from 500 to 1300 A.D.
Released June 30, 2014
Press Release
tanagers are the most colorful birds in the world Maybe birds can have it all: Dazzling colors and pretty songs
Released June 18, 2014
News From the Field
blue crab with the text photo gallery Summer brings crab feasts--and concerns for Chesapeake blue crabs
Released June 17, 2014
Discovery
U-M researchers count ragweed plants Controlling ragweed pollen in Detroit: A no-mow solution for Motown?
Released June 16, 2014
News From the Field
a tiger swallowtail caterpillar Caterpillars that eat multiple plant species are more susceptible to hungry birds
Released June 16, 2014
News From the Field
American golden plover Migratory birds help spread plant species across hemispheres
Released June 12, 2014
News From the Field
Artist's reconstruction of Zanda Fauna from the Pliocene about three to five million years ago. "Out of Tibet" hypothesis: Cradle of evolution for cold-adapted mammals is in Tibet
Released June 11, 2014
Discovery
owl monkeys Father's day special: And the best father in the animal kingdom is...
Released June 11, 2014
Discovery
a banded snake Evolution and venomous snakes: Diet distinguishes look-a-likes on two continents
Released June 10, 2014
News From the Field
Phil Robertson How much fertilizer is too much for the climate?
Released June 9, 2014
News From the Field
tractor  in a corn field at the NSF Kellogg Biological Station LTER site. How much fertilizer is too much for Earth's climate?
Released June 9, 2014
Discovery
Spray glider in the water World Oceans Day: 12 things to know about El Niņo: Is it coming, and when?
Released June 5, 2014
Discovery
biology graphic What can plants reveal about gene flow? That it's an important evolutionary force
Released June 2, 2014
News From the Field
pine tree wood Decomposing logs show local factors undervalued in climate change predictions
Released June 2, 2014
News From the Field
Field of corn in the sun Harvesting sunlight to help feed and fuel the world
Released May 30, 2014
Press Release
California Clapper Rail near invasive Spartina along San Francisco Bay. Eradicating invasive species sometimes threatens endangered ones
Released May 29, 2014
Press Release
California Clapper Rail next to invasive Spartina When eradicating invasive species threatens endangered species recovery
Released May 29, 2014
News From the Field
illustration of Jeholornis, a cretacic bird Prehistoric birds lacked in diversity
Released May 28, 2014
News From the Field
an eroding bluff on the Great Plains Buried fossil soils found to be awash in carbon
Released May 25, 2014
News From the Field
biology graphic CWRU student discovers new praying mantis species in Rwanda
Released May 23, 2014
News From the Field
image of cells Delegating the dirty work is a key to evolution
Released May 22, 2014
News From the Field
image of a humpback whales flukes Humpback whale subspecies revealed by genetic study
Released May 21, 2014
News From the Field
a freshwater snail Researchers test whether Red Queen hypothesis makes species resilient
Released May 20, 2014
News From the Field
discs cut from just above the shrubs' root collar Shrub growth decreases as winter temperatures fluctuate up
Released May 20, 2014
News From the Field
Arabidopsis thaliana With climate changing, southern plants outperform northern ones
Released May 20, 2014
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