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Bug-Sized Robot Competitors to Swarm DARPA's 'Robot Olympics'
LIVE SCIENCE Are you ready for the insect-sized-robot Olympics? 2 hours
This $1.5 Million Project Aims to Count All the Cats in Washington, D.C.
LIVE SCIENCE One cat, two cat... red cat, blue cat 19 hours
Do Brown Recluse Spider Bites Really Lead to Amputations?
LIVE SCIENCE While brown recluse spiders are venomous, their alleged bites are often wrongly identified. 18 hours
NASA prepares to fly probe into Sun's scorching atmosphere
REUTERS NASA is preparing to send a probe closer to the Sun than any other spacecraft has ventured, enduring... 16 hours
Why Is Washington Spending 3 Years and $1.5 Million to Count Cats?
LIVE SCIENCE One cat, two cat... red cat, blue cat 19 hours
HRW urges Brazilian lawmakers to reject new pesticide law
PHYS.ORG Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Friday called on Brazilian lawmakers to reject a proposed law to relax regulations on the use of pesticides as it published a report blaming powerful... 22 hours
New research project investigates alternative treatments for eye infections
NEWS MEDICAL Fight for Sight has announced funding for an innovative research project that will investigate whether compounds used to treat snake venom and bee stings could provide an alternative to antibiotics... 23 hours
LC10 – the neuron that tracks fruit flies
PHYS.ORG Many animals rely on vision to detect, locate, and track moving objects. Male Drosophila fruit flies primarily use visual cues to stay close to a female and to direct their courtship song... 1 day
US proposes roll back of endangered species protections
PHYS.ORG The US administration of President Donald Trump on Thursday proposed sweeping changes to the 45-year-old Endangered Species Act which would roll back protections for threatened animals, sparking alarm by environmentalists. 22 hours
Sweden's farmers count cost of historic drought
PHYS.ORG As an unprecedented drought scorches large swathes of Sweden's green pastures, farmers are having to send their animals to slaughter because they have no hay left to feed them. 23 hours
Drug now in clinical trials for Parkinson's strengthens heart contractions in animals
SCIENCE DAILY A drug currently in clinical trials for treating symptoms of Parkinson's disease may someday have value for treating heart failure, according to results of... 22 hours
How virtual worlds can recreate the geographic history of life
PHYS.ORG The Amazon and the adjacent Andean slopes in South America host an astonishing richness of plants and animals. These species have been sources of food, shelter and medicine... 24 hours
Putting bacteria to work
PHYS.ORG The idea of bacteria as diverse, complex perceptive entities that can hunt prey in packs, remember past experiences and interact with the moods and perceptions of their human hosts sounds like the plot of some low-budget science fiction movie. But... 1 day
Where the wild—and dangerous—dogs roam
PHYS.ORG When Yang Yu, VG16, arrived in the Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in southern Qinghai, China, the first thing she noticed was the dogs. Huge and black with thick ruffs of fur like lions' manes, Tibetan mastiffs were everywhere.... 22 hours
This Creepy Hole-Fish Is So Excited to Eat Literally Anything
LIVE SCIENCE Which unfortunate animal will wander too close to this ugly burrow fish's horrible mouth first? 1 day
The influence of plant photosynthetic indices on the effectiveness of PRI use
PHYS.ORG To achieve success in agriculture, large expenditures are required for irrigation, fertilizing, pest control, etc. However, these costs are not always justified, since plants... 1 day
Researchers raise viability of cloned mice using somatic cell nuclear transfer method
NEWS MEDICAL An international group of researchers have raised the viability of mice that were cloned using a method called somatic cell nuclear transfer, by stimulating... 1 day
In a warming climate, Arctic geese are rushing north
SCIENCE DAILY As Arctic temperatures continue to rise, migratory barnacle geese have responded by speeding up their 3,000-kilometer migration in order to reach their destination more quickly with fewer stops along the... 2 days
Fruit fly species can learn each other's dialects
SCIENCE DAILY Fruit flies from different species can warn each other when parasitic wasps are near. But according to a new study, they are more likely to get the message across if the fly... 2 days
Trump overhaul of Endangered Species Act could shrink protections for many animals
Science Magazine The proposal, which the administration could carry out without Congress's approval, faces opposition from environmental groups 2 days
Fruit fly species can learn each other's dialects
PHYS.ORG Fruit flies from different species can warn each other when parasitic wasps are near. But according to a new study led by Balint Z. Kacsoh of Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth,... 2 days
Newly discovered armored dinosaur from Utah reveals intriguing family history
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Fossils of a new genus and species of an ankylosaurid dinosaur—Akainacephalus johnsoni— have been unearthed in the Kaiparowits Formation of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument (GSENM), in Kane County,... 2 days
Mystery of Spiky-Skulled Utah Dinosaur Solved
LIVE SCIENCE When paleontologists in Utah first dug up the fossil of a spiky-skulled ankylosaur in Utah, they were perplexed. 2 days
Newly discovered armored dinosaur from Utah reveals intriguing family history
SCIENCE DAILY Fossils of a new genus and species of an ankylosaurid dinosaur -- Akainacephalus johnsoni -- have been unearthed in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southern Utah, USA, and... 2 days
Oldest baby snake fossil discovered
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Deep reefs won't be 'twilight zone' refuge for fish, corals: study
REUTERS Deep coral reefs in a "twilight zone" in the oceans differ sharply from those... 2 days
A new ankylosaur found in Utah had a surprisingly bumpy head
SCIENCE-NEWS The spiky, fossilized skull of a newly discovered dinosaur species may be a road map to its ancestors’ journey to North America. 2 days
99-Million-Year-Old Snake Hatchling Found Encased in Burmese Amber
SCI-NEWS.COM The fossilized remains of an embryonic-to-hatchling snake have been found preserved in Cretaceous amber from Myanmar (also known as Burma).... 2 days
Scientists surmount epigenetic barriers to cloning with two-pronged approach
PHYS.ORG An international group of researchers have raised the viability of mice that were cloned using a method called somatic cell nuclear transfer, by stimulating two epigenetic factors, and by doing... 2 days
Monkeys benefit from the nut-cracking abilities of chimpanzees and hogs
PHYS.ORG To investigate the scavenging behaviour first author Bryndan van Pinxteren of the University of Amsterdam analysed all video material from the camera traps by scoring the visiting behaviour... 2 days
Why the platypus gave up suckling, and how gravity waves clear clouds
Science Magazine Suckling mothers milk is a pretty basic feature of being a mammal. Humans do it. Possums do it. But monotremes such as the platypus... 2 days
This Robot Just Wants To Hug A Jellyfish Without Committing Jellymurder
LIVE SCIENCE Its designers hope the device will make it much easier to collect delicate animals in the ocean without hurting them. 2 days
In a warming climate, Arctic geese are rushing north
PHYS.ORG As Arctic temperatures continue to rise, migratory barnacle geese have responded by speeding up their 3,000-kilometer migration in order to reach their destination more quickly with fewer stops along the... 2 days
Monkeys benefit from the nut-cracking abilities of chimpanzees and hogs
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers describe for the first time the scavenging behavior of mangabey monkeys, guinea fowls, and squirrels on energy-rich nut remnants cracked by chimpanzees and red river hogs. The... 2 days
Deadly Rift Valley fever: New insight, and hope for the future
SCIENCE DAILY Health control measures alone could be ineffective in the long term fight against the deadly Rift Valley fever which affects both humans and animals, a new... 2 days
Premature baby penguin recovers after parents broke her egg
PHYS.ORG London Zoo says a premature baby penguin has been nursed back to health after her parents accidentally stepped on her egg and broke it. 2 days
First fossilized snake embryo ever discovered rewrites history of ancient snakes
PHYS.ORG The first-ever discovery of an ancient snake embryo, preserved in 105-million-year-old amber, provides important new information on the evolution of modern snakes, according to a new... 2 days
Bengal cat receives first feline hip replacement surgery performed at Purdue Veterinary Teaching Hospital
PHYS.ORG VIDEO As busy as it is beautiful, the Bengal cat is an energetic domestic breed that tends to have a lot... 2 days
The origins of those sexual organs: a fishy tale much more primitive than we thought
PHYS.ORG Fossil discoveries from the Devonian rocks of Scotland and Australia first revealed that the earliest jawed fishes, the... 2 days
Research project investigates snake venom treatment as antibiotic alternative for eye infections
NEWS MEDICAL An innovative University of Liverpool research project that will investigate whether compounds used to treat snake venom and bee stings could provide an alternative... 2 days
Therapy dogs found to be effective in reducing ADHD symptoms in children
NEWS MEDICAL In a first of its kind randomized trial, researchers from the UCI School of Medicine found therapy dogs to be effective in reducing the... 2 days
Money talks when trying to influence climate change legislation
SCIENCE DAILY Climate lobbying is big business. A new analysis shows that between 2000 and 2016, lobbyists spent more than two billion dollars on influencing relevant legislation in the US Congress. Unsurprisingly,... 2 days
Money talks when trying to influence climate change legislation
PHYS.ORG Climate lobbying is big business. A new analysis shows that between 2000 and 2016, lobbyists spent more than two billion dollars on influencing relevant legislation in the US Congress. Unsurprisingly,... 3 days
Therapy dogs effective in reducing symptoms of ADHD, study finds
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have found therapy dogs to be effective in reducing the symptoms of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children. 3 days
Cities as study proxies for climate change
SCIENCE DAILY Cities can serve as useful proxies to study and predict the effects of climate change, according to a research review that tracks urbanization's effects on plant and insect species. 3 days
Effort to preserve lory population shows success
SCIENCE DAILY A long-term plan to preserve the Rimatara lorikeet by restoring an extirpated population of the species on a neighboring island that is free of predatory ship rats is demonstrating the importance of this kind... 3 days
Fish consumption may prolong life
SCIENCE DAILY Consumption of fish and long-chain omega-3 fatty acids was associated with lower risks of early death in a new study. 3 days
Origami-inspired device helps marine biologists study octopuses and jellyfish
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have tried to find the safest and most effective ways to explore marine life in the oceanic water, the largest and least explored environment on Earth, for years. Each... 3 days
Cities as study proxies for climate change
PHYS.ORG Cities can serve as useful proxies to study and predict the effects of climate change, according to a North Carolina State University research review that tracks urbanization's effects on plant and insect species. 3 days
Oldest Fossil of a Baby Snake Discovered Trapped in Amber Tomb
LIVE SCIENCE A fossil of a baby snake entombed in amber dates to 99 million years ago. 3 days
Glowing bacteria on deep-sea fish shed light on evolution, 'third type' of symbiosis
SCIENCE DAILY For the first time, scientists have sequenced and analyzed the genomes of bacteria that live in anglerfish bulbs. The bacteria were taken... 3 days
Glowing bacteria on deep-sea fish shed light on evolution, 'third type' of symbiosis
PHYS.ORG You may recognize the anglerfish from its dramatic appearance in the hit animated film Finding Nemo, as it was very nearly the... 3 days
This amber nugget from Myanmar holds the first known baby snake fossil
SCIENCE-NEWS Amber preserves the delicate bone structure of a 99 million year old baby snake. 3 days
A mid-Cretaceous embryonic-to-neonate snake in amber from Myanmar
Science Magazine We present the first known fossilized snake embryo/neonate preserved in early Late Cretaceous (Early Cenomanian) amber from Myanmar, which at the time, was an island arc including terranes from Austral Gondwana. This... 3 days
Watch this origami fish grabber nab a deep-sea squid
Science Magazine VIDEO New robotic claw can scoop up delicate sea creatures without harm 3 days
Molecular culprits of protein aggregation in ALS and FTLD
SCIENCE DAILY The mutated and aggregated protein FUS is implicated in two neurodegenerative diseases: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD). Using a newly developed fruit fly model, researchers have... 3 days
World’s oldest baby snake found preserved in amber
Science Magazine 100-million-year-old fossil may provide clues to the habitat and evolution of ancient serpents 3 days
Robust estimates of a high Ne/N ratio in a top marine predator, southern bluefin tuna
Science Magazine Genetic studies of several marine species with high fecundity have produced "tiny" estimates (≤10–3) of the ratio of... 3 days
New ‘Poké Ball’ robot catches deep-sea critters without harming them
SCIENCE-NEWS VIDEO A machine that gently catches and releases animals underwater could help researchers take a more detailed census of the deep sea. 3 days
Watch out birders: Artificial intelligence has learned to spot birds from their songs
Science Magazine Program could help track bird populations across the globe 3 days
Effort to preserve lory population shows success
PHYS.ORG A long-term plan to preserve the Rimatara lorikeet by restoring an extirpated population of the species on a neighboring island that is free of predatory ship rats is demonstrating the importance of this kind... 3 days
Novel approach studies whale shark ages the best way -- while they are swimming
SCIENCE DAILY A new study of whale sharks, using a novel approach to gathering data, shows these endangered animals can live longer... 3 days
Beef jerky and other processed meats associated with manic episodes
SCIENCE DAILY An analysis of more than 1,000 people with and without psychiatric disorders has shown that nitrates -- chemicals used to cure meats such as beef jerky, salami, hot... 3 days
Lateral gene transfer enables chemical protection of beetles against antagonistic fungi
PHYS.ORG Like all other living organisms, animals face the challenge of fending off enemies. Using chemical weaponry can be an effective strategy to stay alive. Instead of... 3 days
Nitrate-cured meats may contribute to mania, study finds
NEWS MEDICAL An analysis of more than 1,000 people with and without psychiatric disorders has shown that nitrates-chemicals used to cure meats such as beef jerky, salami, hot dogs and other processed meat snacks-may... 3 days
Medical News Today: Hot pepper compound may reduce obesity
MNT A new trial in rodents finds that capsaicin, the compound that makes hot peppers hot, can lead to long-term weight loss and better metabolic health. 3 days
Fish consumption associated with lower risk of early death
NEWS MEDICAL Consumption of fish and long-chain omega-3 fatty acids was associated with lower risks of early death in a Journal of Internal Medicine study. 3 days
Medical News Today: Is eating tilapia fish safe and healthful?
MNT Tilapia is a popular edible fish that is low in fat and a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Tilapia farming occurs around the world, but... 4 days
Got milk? Even the first mammals knew how to suckle
Science Magazine Mouth anatomy shows why modern echidna, platypus don't suck 4 days
Ninth rhino dead after failed move to new park in Kenya
PHYS.ORG A ninth critically endangered black rhino has been reported dead after a botched operation to move the animals to a new reserve in southern Kenya, the... 4 days
Social isolation: Animals that break away from the pack can influence evolution
SCIENCE DAILY For some animals -- such as beetles, ants, toads, and primates -- short-term social isolation can be just as vital as social interaction to... 4 days
The ancient armor of fish -- scales -- provide clues to hair, feather development
SCIENCE DAILY How do scale patterns on fish provide understanding of the development of feathers, fur -- and even cancer? Biologists are... 4 days
Social isolation: Animals that break away from the pack can influence evolution
PHYS.ORG For some animals—such as beetles, ants, toads, and primates—short-term social isolation can be just as vital as social interaction to development and long-term evolution.... 4 days
In the era of Brexit and fake news, scientists need to embrace social media
PHYS.ORG Social media can be an intimidating place for academics as not all of them take to it like ducks to... 4 days
Amazon upbeat on Prime Day, despite early glitches
PHYS.ORG Amazon is hoping customers don't see any more dogs, after early problems on Prime Day meant people trying to shop got only images of cute canines delivering an apologetic message. 4 days
It takes just six minutes for a dog to die in a hot car
PHYS.ORG The soaring temperatures in Europe and North America have seen a rise in reports of dogs being rescued from hot... 4 days
Cranes here to stay, new model predicts
PHYS.ORG The UK's tallest bird – the common crane – is here to stay and we could have as many as 275 breeding pairs within 50 years, according to the latest population model from scientists... 4 days
The ancient armor of fish—scales—provide clues to hair, feather development
PHYS.ORG When sea creatures first began crawling and slithering onto land about 385 million years ago, they carried with them their body armor: scales. Fossil evidence shows that the... 4 days
Amazon's hopes its Prime Day doesn't go to the dogs
PHYS.ORG Amazon is hoping customers don't see any more dogs, after early problems on Prime Day meant people trying to shop got only images of the cute canines delivering... 4 days
Why an Escaped Jaguar Went on a Killing Spree at New Orleans Zoo
LIVE SCIENCE Nine animals have died since an escaped jaguar attacked them at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans on Saturday (July 14). But... 5 days
Test for Alzheimer's disease directly measures synaptic loss
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have tested a new method for directly measuring synaptic loss in individuals with Alzheimer's disease. The method, which uses PET imaging technology to scan for a specific protein in the brain... 5 days
Missing bones and our understanding of ancient biodiversity
SCIENCE DAILY Fossils come in many shapes and sizes, ranging from isolated fragments of bones and teeth to complete skeletons. 5 days
Reducing carbon emissions will limit sea level rise, study says
PHYS.ORG In recent years, scientists have been able to correlate the amount of global warming to cumulative carbon emissions from the burning of fossil fuels—a relationship that became the... 5 days
Flipping the switch: Making use of carbon price dollars for health and education
SCIENCE DAILY A switch from subsidizing fossil fuel to pricing CO2-emissions would not only help to meet global climate targets but also create additional... 5 days
Friendlier fish may be quicker to take the bait
SCIENCE DAILY The bluegill on your dinner plate might have been more social than the rest of its group, according to a new study, and its removal from the lake could mean... 5 days
Pre-clinical pilot study shows promising results of 'concussion pill'
NEWS MEDICAL In 2016, funded by a $16 million grant from Scythian, the multidisciplinary Miller School team embarked on a five-year study to examine the effects of combining CBD (a cannabinoid derivative... 5 days
Missing bones and our understanding of ancient biodiversity
PHYS.ORG Fossils come in many shapes and sizes, ranging from isolated fragments of bones and teeth to complete skeletons. 5 days
Behavior-influencing policies are critical for mass market success of low carbon vehicles
PHYS.ORG Policies to entice consumers away from fossil-fuel powered vehicles and normalize low-carbon alternatives such as electric vehicles are vital if the world is to... 5 days
Maternal signals regulate embryo development in plants
PHYS.ORG While pregnancy in humans and seed development in plants look very different, parallels exist—not least that the embryo develops in close connection with the mother. In animals, a whole network of signals from the... 5 days
Chernobyl exposure alters the gut bacteria of wild animals
PHYS.ORG Researchers at the Universities of Oulu and Jyväskylä, together with their collaborators in the U.S. and France, have shown that wild animals living in areas contaminated by radioactive material have... 5 days
Flipping the switch: Making use of carbon price dollars for health and education
PHYS.ORG A switch from subsidizing fossil fuel to pricing CO2-emissions would not only help to meet global climate targets but also create additional... 5 days
Friendlier fish may be quicker to take the bait
PHYS.ORG The bluegill on your dinner plate might have been more social than the rest of its group, according to a new study from the University of Illinois, and its removal... 5 days
Image: Jamming with the 'spiders' from Mars
PHYS.ORG This image from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, acquired May 13, 2018 during winter at the South Pole of Mars, shows a carbon dioxide ice cap covering the region and as the sun returns in... 5 days
WATCH: Everything you need to know to stay bug-free this summer
ABC NEWS Dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe discusses all her expert tips on how to shop for and apply insect repellent on "GMA." 5 days
Smelly skins make for fishy fashion in Kenya
PHYS.ORG Women sharpen their knives before setting about stinking piles of fish skins, flesh and bones that cover the floor at an unusual artisanal tannery in western Kenya. 6 days
Better methods improve measurements of recreational water quality
SCIENCE DAILY The concentration of enterococci, bacteria that thrive in feces, has long been the federal standard for determining water quality. Researchers have now shown that the greatest influences on that concentration are the... 7 days
Big petroleum projects in Argentina face tiny challenge: a lizard
PHYS.ORG A tiny but critically endangered lizard found in Argentina's extensive Vaca Muerta petroleum field could pose a major challenge to companies planning multimillion-dollar investments in the area. 1 week
Better methods improve measurements of recreational water quality
PHYS.ORG The concentration of enterococci, bacteria that thrive in feces, has long been the federal standard for determining water quality. Researchers have now shown that the greatest influences on that concentration are the... 1 week
Growing a dinosaur's dinner
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have measured the nutritional value of herbivore dinosaurs' diet by growing their food in atmospheric conditions similar to those found roughly 150 million years ago. 1 week
Scientists ID protein exploited by virus ravaging West Africa
SCIENCE DAILY New research has uncovered a protein enabling the replication of arenaviruses, pathogens now widespread in West Africa that are carried by rodents and can infect humans with lethal fevers. The... 1 week
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Bengal cat receives first feline hip replacement surgery performed at Purdue Veterinary Teaching Hospital
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Newly discovered armored dinosaur from Utah reveals intriguing family history
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New ‘Poké Ball’ robot catches deep-sea critters without harming them
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Watch this origami fish grabber nab a deep-sea squid
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Humankind's odyssey from Africa began more than two million years ago
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Fluorescent fish genes light path to neuroblastoma
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Study reveals what natural greenhouse emissions from wetlands and permafrosts mean for Paris Agreement targets
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