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Kevin Schneider and Thomas Wolfgruber February 12, 2016
Longstanding genetic question solved by studying corn
News From the Field
an Arabidopsis plant February 11, 2016
By switching 'bait,' IU biologists trick plants' bacterial defense into attacking virus
News From the Field
a pictus catfish February 10, 2016
Fish fins can sense touch
News From the Field
a hydrogen sulfide-rich spring February 10, 2016
Genetics help fish thrive in toxic environments, collaborative study finds
News From the Field
aphids feed on a corn leaf February 9, 2016
The herbivore dilemma: How corn plants fight off simultaneous attacks
News From the Field
image of a tick February 9, 2016
Duplicate DNA a hallmark of tick genome
News From the Field
a hydrogen-sulfide tolerant molly February 9, 2016
Biologists find genetic mechanism for 'extremophile' fish survival
News From the Field
woman looking out of the window February 3, 2016
The profound power of loneliness
Discovery
a bedbug February 2, 2016
Researchers sequence bed bug genome, find unique features
News From the Field
image of a bed bug February 2, 2016
International genome research partnership uncovers bed bug resistance to pesticides
News From the Field
image of a bed bug February 2, 2016
Bed bug genome uncovers biology of a pest on the rebound
News From the Field
Maren Friesen February 1, 2016
Why do scientists chase unicorns?
News From the Field
one- and two-cell mouse embryos February 1, 2016
Disruptions to embryonic reprogramming alter adult mouse behavior
News From the Field
A bat-eared fox tries to open a puzzle box during an experiment to test intelligence. January 28, 2016
Do bigger brains make smarter carnivores?
Discovery
Vickers with an adult male H. virescens January 27, 2016
What a moth's nose knows
News From the Field
a spotted hyena investigates a puzzle box January 25, 2016
Study shows animals with larger brains are best problem-solvers
News From the Field
a fruit fly on a ball January 25, 2016
Social interactions and the brain
Science Nation
tree-like arbuscule inside a plant root cell January 18, 2016
Researchers uncover core set of genes for plant-fungal symbiosis
News From the Field
2 chimpanzees interact in Gombe National Park January 15, 2016
Sociable chimps harbor richer gut microbiomes
News From the Field
chimps being sociably interactive January 15, 2016
Gregarious chimps harbor richer gut microbiomes
News From the Field
Anolis cristatellus January 14, 2016
New framework sheds light on how, not if, climate change affects cold-blooded animals
News From the Field
honey bee workers caring for their queen mother January 11, 2016
Conflict among honeybee genes supports theory of altruism
News From the Field
a tiny chameleon grabbing its prey with its tongue January 4, 2016
Tiniest chameleons deliver most powerful tongue-lashings
News From the Field
rice blast fungus M. oryzae December 22, 2015
Fighting rice fungus
News From the Field
illustration of the medial basal hypothalamus December 16, 2015
Researchers elucidate network of genes that control when puberty begins
News From the Field
aphid giving birth December 16, 2015
Aphids balance their diets by rebuilding plant amino acids
News From the Field
an artist's rendition of the shape of Galecyon December 10, 2015
A well-preserved skeleton reveals the ecology and evolution of early carnivorous mammals
News From the Field
a normal amphipod December 10, 2015
CRISPR-Cas9 helps uncover genetics of exotic organisms
News From the Field
a pair of voles December 10, 2015
Some prairie vole brains are better wired for sexual fidelity
News From the Field
Daniel Klessig November 30, 2015
Aspirin targets key protein in neurodegenerative diseases
News From the Field
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