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Lingchong You and Will Cao Temporal cues help keep human looking human
Released April 22, 2016
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A baby Rapetosaurus stands alongside a dog, elephant, rhino and hippo Newly discovered baby Titanosaur sheds light on dinosaurs' early lives
Released April 21, 2016
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Pradeep, left and Aardra Kachroo Plant signals travel different routes to turn on defense
Released April 21, 2016
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a baby bird flapping it's wings Leg-wing cooperation in baby birds, dinosaurs is key transition in origin of flight
Released April 21, 2016
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social amoeba Dictyostelium discoideum Farming amoebae carry around detoxifying food
Released April 21, 2016
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microchip and integrated circuits Federal research funding up 6 percent in FY2014
Released April 20, 2016
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Donald Morrison Scientists sharpen view of gene transfer between pathogenic bacteria
Released April 20, 2016
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a male ring-tailed lemur Lemurs mix smelly secretions to make richer, longer-lasting scents
Released April 19, 2016
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an infant baboon rides on its mother's back Rough childhoods have ripple effects for wild baboons
Released April 19, 2016
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Ponderosa pine on Grand Canyon rim falling over Earth Week: In a drought, which trees risk death?
Released April 18, 2016
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Eric Roy on cropland in Mato Grosso, Brazil The P tax cometh
Released April 18, 2016
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biology graphic Phosphorus 'tax' could be huge if tropical farming intensifies
Released April 18, 2016
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dead ponderosa pine tree near Grand Canyon, AZ Which trees face death in drought?
Released April 18, 2016
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image of yeast cells; green fluorescent protein Visualizing and predicting evolution by mapping the elusive 'fitness landscape'
Released April 14, 2016
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kids interacting with an exhivit at the USA Science and ENgineering Festival NSF hosts 26 hands-on exhibits at largest U.S. science and engineering festival
Released April 13, 2016
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biology graphic Some frogs are adapting to deadly pathogen
Released April 13, 2016
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image of a bearcat Why bearcats smell like buttered popcorn
Released April 13, 2016
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Katy Heath Pinpointing the effects of fertilizer
Released April 8, 2016
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Lake Lanier Dynamic model helps understand healthy lakes to heal sick ones
Released April 7, 2016
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a trap-jaw spider Smithsonian and collaborators find that trap-jaw spiders strike prey with lightning speed
Released April 7, 2016
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Image shows cholera colonies Crab shell signaling helps control the many faces of cholera, study shows
Released April 6, 2016
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a specimen of Lystrosaurus Live fast, die young
Released April 5, 2016
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pollen on the stigma of Hibiscus moscheutos Small but not forgotten: New ideas on pollen's ecology and evolution
Released April 5, 2016
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a close-up view of coral polyps Can corals keep up with ocean acidification?
Released April 4, 2016
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two differently sized upper leg bones Fossil discovery suggests size poor predictor of maturity in ancient reptiles
Released April 4, 2016
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a male Broadbill Researchers document how broadbills make loud wing song
Released April 4, 2016
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woman holding a piece of hardware Report: U.S. institutions awarded most doctorates ever recorded in 2014
Released April 1, 2016
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a mouse model Seeing cell to cell differences for first time explains symptoms of rare genetic disorders
Released April 1, 2016
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tool allows researchers to navigate the CRISPR PAM New tools allow rapid ID of CRISPIR-Cas system PAMs
Released March 31, 2016
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tumbleweed on the back of a pickup truck New tumbleweed species rapidly expanding range
Released March 30, 2016
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