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Study finds US policies could have negative implications for Africa  PHYS.ORG · 1 hour
A new study finds that while the current United States administration's policies in Africa may appear undeveloped, there are distinct trends and tendencies that have the potential to... more
Endangered whales react to environmental changes  PHYS.ORG · 1 hour
Some "canaries" are 50 feet long, weigh 70 tons, and are nowhere near a coal mine. But the highly endangered North Atlantic right whale is sending the same kind of message about disruptive change in the... more
Yoga and physical therapy effective in treating co-occurring sleep disturbance, back pain  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 hours
Yoga and physical therapy (PT) are effective approaches to treating co-occurring sleep disturbance and back pain while reducing the need for medication, according to... more
Yoga and physical therapy as treatment for chronic lower back pain also improves sleep  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 hour
Yoga and physical therapy (PT) are effective approaches to treating co-occurring sleep disturbance and back pain while reducing the need... more
Endangered whales react to environmental changes  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 hour
Some 'canaries' are 50 feet long, weigh 70 tons, and are nowhere near a coal mine. But the highly endangered North Atlantic right whale is sending the same kind of message about disruptive change in the... more
Panda Bei Bei says bye bye to US, heads 'home' to China  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
The US-born giant panda Bei Bei on Tuesday left the only home he has known at the National Zoo in Washington for a 16-hour... more
Bats in attics might be necessary for conservation  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
For the little brown bat—a small mouse-eared bat with glossy brown fur—a warm, dry place to roost is essential to the species' survival. Reproductive females huddle their small furry bodies together to... more
New species of seaweed uncovered by genetic analyses  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 hours
Genetic analyses have revealed remarkably higher species diversity in common red seaweed than previously assumed. It was thought that there were only five related species of the Gloiopeltis genus worldwide. However, it... more
Economizing on iridium for electrodes  nanowerk · 6 hours
Iridium is an ideal catalyst for the electrolytic production of hydrogen from water - but it is extremely expensive. But now a new kind of electrode made of highly porous material does an excellent job with just a... more
New species of seaweed uncovered by genetic analyses  PHYS.ORG · 6 hours
Genetic analyses have revealed remarkably higher species diversity in common red seaweed than previously assumed. It was thought that there were only five related species of the Gloiopeltis genus (known as 'funori'... more
Economizing on iridium  PHYS.ORG · 6 hours
Iridium is an ideal catalyst for the electrolytic production of hydrogen from water—but it is extremely expensive. But now a new kind of electrode made of highly porous material does an excellent job with just a hint of iridium. more
Some small mammals undeterred by industrial activity, study shows  PHYS.ORG · 6 hours
Two common species of small mammals are not significantly disturbed by industrial activity near their homes, according to a new study by University of Alberta scientists. more
Four ways to curb light pollution, save bugs  SCIENCE DAILY · 7 hours
Artificial light at night negatively impacts thousands of species: beetles, moths, wasps and other insects that have evolved to use light levels as cues for courtship, foraging and navigation. Scientists reviewed 229... more
Mitochondrial mixing mechanism critical for sperm production in mice  PHYS.ORG · 7 hours
Mitochondria, often thought of as the powerhouses of cells, are just one part of a larger living thing, but they are unique among cellular structures in that they have their... more
A genetic tug-of-war between the sexes begets variation  SCIENCE DAILY · 7 hours
In species with sexual reproduction, no two individuals are alike and scientists have long struggled to understand why there is so much genetic variation. A new study shows that a genetic tug-of-war... more
Butterfly on a bomb range: Endangered Species Act at work  PHYS.ORG · 12 hours
In the unlikely setting of the world's most populated military installation, amid all the regimented chaos, you'll find the Endangered Species Act at work. more
UNT scientist helps advance archaeology millions of years  PHYS.ORG · 12 hours
Reid Ferring, a professor in the University of North Texas Department of Geography and the Environment, is part of an international team of scientists who have developed a breakthrough method of identifying... more
Access to food and nutrition more limited in sub-Saharan Africa than previously estimated  PHYS.ORG · 12 hours
A survey of over six thousand sub-Saharan households shows an estimated 39% experience severely unreliable access to food. In addition, 49% have... more
Four ways to curb light pollution, save bugs  PHYS.ORG · 24 hours
Artificial light at night negatively impacts thousands of species: beetles, moths, wasps and other insects that have evolved to use light levels as cues for courtship, foraging and navigation. more
Yellowstone's migrating bison manipulate springtime green-up  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
On a typical June day in Yellowstone, it's not unusual to see hundreds of bison grazing in the Lamar Valley. The herds appear to aimlessly move back and forth through meadows threaded by a winding river,... more
Hospital: Mold outbreak linked to infections since 2001  ABC NEWS · 1 day
Seattle Children's Hospital said Monday it believes a mold outbreak that has sickened seven patients, one fatally, since summer 2018 is linked to mold-related infections dating back nearly two decades more
Study of Wisconsin walleye finds recreational fishing contributes to stock declines  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
There's a long-standing belief in the freshwater fishing community that once anglers find it too hard to land a particular fish for their dinner plate, they... more
Unlikely wasp enemy of a serious alien pest in North America named Idris elba  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Idris is a worldwide genus of microscopic, parasitic wasps. A new species of Idris from Mexico (Guanajuato) and the United... more
Unlikely wasp enemy of a serious alien pest in North America named Idris elba  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
A parasitic wasp was recently discovered in Guanajuato, Mexico, where it was found to parasitize the eggs of an invasive... more
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