BIOLOGY

Global warming threatens food chains. “The impact can be severe”

The study looked at plankton in freshwater reservoirs that underwent seven years of experimental heating. Loan University of Exeter New research shows that...

MIT neurologists identify the area of ​​the brain in the hippocampus that encodes the timing of events

MIT neuroscientists have found that pyramidal cells (green) in the CA2 region of the hippocampus are responsible for storing critical time information. Loan...

The crystals found in the stomach of a fossil bird complicate the advice of his diet

Restoration of Bohayornitis Sulkavis, a close relative of Bohayornis Guo, insect hunting. Loan: © S. Abramowicz, Dinosaur Institute, Los Angeles County Museum of...

Free bioinformatics tool – a simple digital genotype sequence is repeated

SSRgenotyper is a newly developed, free bioinformatics tool that allows researchers to digitally genotype genotypes by sequence using simple sequence iterations (PSS), a task...

Alligator hearts are constantly beating. What?

And humans, alligators have four chamber hearts, but alligator hearts are extremely resistant to temperature extremes. Credit: Z. Owerkowicz Mammals and cold-hearted alligators share...

Innovative genetic analysis reveals traces of the evolution and survival of the Great Barrier Reef

Māori wrasse is a large, colorful fish that can be found in the Great Barrier Reef. In a groundbreaking new study, scientists used innovative molecular...

The world’s oldest DNA – 1.2 million years old – reveals how mammoths evolved

The illustration depicts the reconstruction of steppe mammoths that preceded the woolly mammoth, based on the genetic knowledge we now have from the Adicha...

Return paper gives baby for adjoining nests

Wasps provide decisive support to their extended families by babysitting in neighboring nests, according to a new study by a team of biologists from...

The “Pleasure” model helps us to immerse ourselves in the advice of choosing a partner

True in search of true love, looking for that imperceptible happiness, are you waiting for the "right" person to come, or do you find...

Not all monogamous mammals are equally “tense for love”

These distant human cousins ​​belong to several species of mammals, in which male and female mates join year after year. Loan: David Harring,...

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Innovative and Non -Destructive Strategies for Analyzing Materials Returned From Mars

The distribution images of certain elements of one of the meteorites were analyzed by the group. Credit: IBeA / UPV / EHU The IBeA...

The new data transfer system is 10 times faster than USB and uses polymer cables as thin strands of hair

Researchers have developed a data transfer system that pairs high-frequency silicon chips with a polymer cable as thin curly hair. Credit: Offered by...

Leading discovery could open up new field of quantum technology called “magnonics”

A technological breakthrough could enable a new field of quantum technology called "magnonics", successfully pairing two types of quantum particles called microwave photons and...

The scientists who build the most accurate digital twin on our planet

Earth's digital twin is for comprehensive, high-resolution modeling of the Earth's system, for example, as a basis for directing climate change adaptation measures. ...

Worrying new evidence that COVID-19 vaccines are less effective against new coronavirus variants

Physician Assistant Philana Liang prepares a vial of COVID-19 vaccine at Washington University Medical Campus. New research from Washington University School of Medicine...

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