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Illustration of the terror bird Andalgalornis bringing its powerful beak down to kill prey. Ancient "Terror Bird" Used Powerful Beak to Jab Like Boxer
Released August 18, 2010
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pandas Most Panda Habitat is Outside Nature Reserves According to Joint MSU-Chinese Research
Released July 28, 2010
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guppies Rapid Growth in Adolescence Leads to Fewer Offspring, UC-Riverside Biologists Find
Released July 20, 2010
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female rotifer New Study Documents Use of Hormone Progesterone in Simple Microscopic Aquatic Animals
Released June 14, 2010
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Aquatic pathogens hitch a ride on tiny floating clumps. Islands of Germs: Researchers Discover Pathogens Floating on Tiny Clumps of Aquatic Detritus
Released May 4, 2010
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The Potomac River New Study Shows Rising Water Temperatures in U.S. Streams and Rivers
Released April 6, 2010
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Jack Liu China and India: Neighbors Need to Collaborate for Sake of Global Environment
Released March 18, 2010
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a dye-filled electrode in a fruit fly's brain Caltech Researchers Obtain First Brain Recordings From Behaving Fruit Flies
Released February 14, 2010
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map of the Arctic New UC-Davis Study: Climate 'Tipping Points' May Arrive Without Warning, Says Top Forecaster
Released February 9, 2010
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biology graphic Stimulus Grant to Support Research on Climate and Infectious Disease
Released January 14, 2010
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biology graphic Virginia Tech Licenses GenoCAD Source Code to ISCB
Released January 13, 2010
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biology graphic 'Extreme' Genes Shed Light on Origins of Photosynthesis
Released December 15, 2009
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Photo of gingko trees at the University of Tokyo. Life in Transition: National Science Foundation Awards Grants to Study Connections Among Living Systems and Earth's History
Released October 5, 2009
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biology graphic Indiana U. Medical Researchers Boost Research and Jobs With Stimulus Legislation Grants
Released September 15, 2009
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biology graphic When Nano May Not Be Nano
Released September 14, 2009
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Michael Lynch After Dinosaurs, Mammals Rise but Their Genomes Get Smaller
Released July 27, 2009
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biology graphic Reviews of Microbial Gene Language Published in Special Issue of Trends in Microbiology
Released July 14, 2009
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peacock Mate Selection: How Does She Know He'll Take Care of the Kids?
Released June 18, 2009
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Satellite image of smoke from Southern California wildfires billowing over the Pacific Ocean. Fire Is an Important and Under-Appreciated Part of Global Climate Change
Released April 23, 2009
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biology graphic Twin Study Defines Shared Features of Human Gut Microbial Communities: Variations Linked to Obesity
Released December 2, 2008
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A reconstruction of the helmet-crested lambeosaur Corythosaurus. Key to Function of Dinosaur Crests Found in Brain Structure
Released October 16, 2008
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Photo of a fragile barrier beach in Massachusetts, which is the site of CNH research. NSF Awards 10 Grants for Studies of Coupled Natural and Human Systems
Released October 3, 2008
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Roosting bats in a village in Bangladesh are connected to an outbreak of Nipah virus there. NSF, NIH Award Ecology of Infectious Disease Grants
Released September 18, 2008
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A simulation model's output showing Anolis lizard diversity. NSF Funds New Center to Bring Together Biologists, Mathematicians
Released September 3, 2008
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biology graphic UT Knoxville Wins $16 Million NSF Mathematics and Biology Center
Released September 3, 2008
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Zodletone Spring NSF Approves $1.3M for OSU and OU Microbes Hunt
Released August 26, 2008
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News thumbnail Hidden Infections Crucial to Understanding, Controlling Disease Outbreaks
Released August 13, 2008
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Photo of an estuary and surrounding salt marsh. Parasites Outweigh Predators in Pacific Coast Estuaries
Released July 23, 2008
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mosquito Higher Temperatures Helped New Strain of West Nile Virus Spread
Released June 26, 2008
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Current cover of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment highlighting NSF research programs. Large-Scale Experiments Needed to Predict Global Change
Released June 1, 2008
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