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Trump to tap champion of fossil fuels as environmental chief
PHYS.ORG President-elect Donald Trump is expected to nominate Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, a source close to Pruitt said Wednesday. 30 minutes
Microsoft outlines future mixed reality and cellular PCs with Intel and Qualcomm partnerships
TechCrunch  If you weren’t anywhere near Shenzhen today, you likely missed... 7 hours
Giraffes, Rarer Than Elephants, Put on Extinction Watch List
ABC NEWS Scientists say giraffes are vulnerable to a 'silent extinction' and put them on watch list of disappearing species 7 hours
Harvesting next-gen technologies for the farm
TechCrunch  It’s entirely possible — even probable — that the evolutionary, cutting-edge developments in the 21st century world of agriculture over the past few years... 12 hours
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THE VERGE President-elect Donald Trump will tap Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to lead the Environmental Protection Agency,... 12 hours
Despite evolutionary inexperience, northern sockeye manage heat stress
PHYS.ORG Sockeye salmon that evolved in the generally colder waters of the far north still know how to cool off if necessary, an important factor in the species' potential for dealing with global... 13 hours
Despite evolutionary inexperience, northern sockeye manage heat stress
SCIENCE DAILY Sockeye salmon that evolved in the generally colder waters of the far north still know how to cool off if necessary, an important factor in the species' potential for dealing with global... 14 hours
Experiences leave behind epigenetic traces in our genetic material
PHYS.ORG An ideological dispute is taking place in biology. And it's about a big topic that's central to everything: heredity. In his epoch-making book On the Origin of Species of 1859,... 20 hours
New study shows plants can learn from experience
PHYS.ORG The first time I met the Australian evolutionary ecologist Monica Gagliano, she was wearing colourful paisley trousers and was giving an animated talk at a 2014 environmental humanities conference in Canberra. 20 hours
Fossils of early tetrapods unearthed in Scotland
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers working at a dig site in Scotland has found tetrapod fossils dated to approximately 15 million years after the Devonian mass extinction—a time period experts in the field have referred... 20 hours
Researchers identify critical paralog groups with indispensable role in cellular signalling pathways
NEWS MEDICAL Throughout evolutionary history, there have been genetic elements that have duplicated - giving rise to genes with different functions. 1 day
Identifying age measurements distorted by fossil fuel emissions
PHYS.ORG Good news for archaeologists and natural scientists! You will be able to continue to use the radiocarbon method as a reliable tool for determining the age of artefacts and sample materials. The... 1 day
Tibetan Mastiff gained high altitude adaptation after domestication by wolf interbreeding
PHYS.ORG The Tibetan Mastiff is famed for its high-altitude prowess, showing a remarkable strength and endurance to 3-mile elevations and even higher. Evolutionary biologists have successfully identified... 1 day
Geoscientists size-up early dinosaurs, find surprising variation
SCIENCE DAILY A new study has focused on the skeletal changes that occurred during growth in the small carnivorous dinosaur Coelophysis (SEE-lo-FY-sis), one of the earliest dinosaurs. 2 days
Fish fossils reveal how tails evolved, professor finds
SCIENCE DAILY A paleobiologist's study reveals that the tails of fish and the tails of tetrapods, or four-limbed animals, are entirely distinct structures, with different evolutionary histories. 2 days
NREL 2016 standard scenarios outlook shows continued growth in renewables and gas in the U.S. power sector
PHYS.ORG The Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has released the 2016 Standard Scenarios:... 2 days
Critical genes unravelled to understand human diseases and support drug discovery
PHYS.ORG Throughout evolutionary history, there have been genetic elements that have duplicated - giving rise to genes with different functions. These are called 'paralogs'. They are able... 2 days
Bacteria produce aphrodisiac that sets off protozoan mating swarm
PHYS.ORG Researchers seeking the evolutionary roots of the animal kingdom have discovered a bacterium, Vibrio fischeri, that acts as an aphrodisiac by releasing an enzyme that sends the choanoflagellate, Salpinogoeca rosetta,... 2 days
Our ideas about vertebrate evolution challenged by a new tree of life
PHYS.ORG The placoderms were a diverse group of ancient armoured fishes and it's widely believed that they are ancestral to virtually all vertebrates alive today,... 2 days
Mammoth Fossils Found at Site of LA Subway Dig
LIVE SCIENCE Workers with the Los Angeles Metro who were digging a new subway tunnel found fossils from a mammoth or a mastodon. 2 days
Mammoth Mammal Fossils Found at Site of LA Subway Dig
LIVE SCIENCE Workers with the Los Angeles Metro who were digging a new subway tunnel found fossils from a mammoth or a mastodon. 2 days
Geoscientists size-up early dinosaurs, find surprising variation
PHYS.ORG Look out your window, and you may see people of all ages and sizes roaming the street: a 6-foot-5-inch man walking beside a 4-foot-6-inch boy, for example, or a sprouting teen-ager who is much... 3 days
Fast evolution affects everyone, everywhere
PHYS.ORG Rapid evolution of other species happens all around us all the time - and many of the most extreme examples are associated with human influences. 3 days
Over half of Med's shark and ray species 'at risk of extinction'
PHYS.ORG Over half of the Mediterranean's shark and ray species are at risk of extinction, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) said Monday,... 3 days
Efficiency of insect biodiversity monitoring via Malaise trap samples and DNA barcoding
PHYS.ORG The massive decline of over 75% insect biomass reported from Germany between 1989 and 2013 by expert citizen scientists proves the urgent need for... 3 days
Fish fossils reveal how tails evolved
PHYS.ORG Despite their obvious physical differences, elephants, lizards and trout all have something in common. They possess elongated, flexible structures at the rear of their bodies that we call tails. But a new study by a University... 3 days
Miocene Ground Beetle Fossils Found in Antarctica
SCI-NEWS.COM Fossilized forewings (elytra) from two individuals, discovered at the Oliver Bluffs on the Beardmore Glacier, revealed the first ground beetle species known... 3 days
Bandicoot and bilby review finds gaps in current knowledge
PHYS.ORG The evolutionary history of a group of native Australasian marsupials that look like a cross between a rabbit and a rat require further research to fill in knowledge gaps, a... 3 days
Researcher charts advances in marine mammal genetic sequencing
PHYS.ORG Answers to evolutionary and ecological mysteries about marine mammal species may be closer at hand, thanks to advances in genetic sequencing techniques for so-called nonmodel organisms. 3 days
Artificial intelligence and the evolution of the fractal economy
TechCrunch  Money makes the world go round, or so they say. Payments, investments, insurance and billions of transactions are... 4 days
Stellar 'Circle of Life' Captured in New NASA Photo
LIVE SCIENCE The life cycle of stars comes full circle in a new photo taken by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Smithsonian's Submillimeter Array (SMA), which may reveal new clues for... 6 days
Scramble to avoid extinction with Magic Dodos
Windows Central Magic Dodos is an interesting Windows 10 game that combines elements of a platformer game with a puzzle game. The free game challenges you to manipulate a pack of mindless dodo birds and guide... 6 days
Play me a story: How video game storytelling has evolved - CNET
CNET Via CNET Magazine: From Atari to arthouse, Bushnell to Blizzard, we hear from industry heavyweights on how games have grown up. 6 days
China's pristine parks get more merit
PHYS.ORG Research, published as How Pristine Are China's Parks? in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, found that the numerous smaller parks in the arable farming landscapes of the warmer, wetter south and east had been more heavily... 6 days
Biologists unlock 51.7-million-year-old genetic secret to landmark Darwin theory
PHYS.ORG Scientists have identified the cluster of genes responsible for reproductive traits in the Primula flower, first noted as important by Charles Darwin more than 150 years ago. 6 days
Flower forms in the primrose: Biologists unlock 51.7-million-year-old genetic secret to landmark Darwin theory
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have identified the cluster of genes responsible for reproductive traits in the common primrose flower (Primula vulgaris), first noted... 6 days
'Jurassic World' director mocks Bryce Dallas Howard's high heels - CNET
CNET The director has put his foot down. Any running away from dinosaurs in the 2018 sequel will have to be done in practical boots. 6 days
New study describes 200 million years of geological evolution
PHYS.ORG 200 million years of geological evolution of a fault in the Earth's crust has recently been dated. Published in Nature Communications, these new findings may be used to shed light... 6 days
How single-celled organisms navigate to oxygen
PHYS.ORG A team of researchers has discovered that tiny clusters of single-celled organisms that inhabit the world's oceans and lakes, are capable of navigating their way to oxygen. Writing in e-Life scientists at the University of Cambridge... 6 days
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THE VERGE VIDEO Have you ever thought games like Diablo and Torchlight would be better if only they had dinosaurs? Well,... 6 days
Stellar 'Circle of Life' Captured in New NASA Photo
SPACE.COM The life cycle of stars comes full circle in a new photo taken by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Smithsonian's Submillimeter Array (SMA), which may reveal new clues for... 7 days
Could Dinosaurs Fly?
LIVE SCIENCE Some dinosaurs may not have been restricted to life on the ground and instead could have launched into the air for quick flights, researchers have found. 7 days
Use your words: Written prisoner interactions predict whether they’ll clean up their acts
SCIENCE DAILY The evolution of how prisoners in substance-abuse programs communicate is a good indicator of whether they’ll return to crime, new research has... 7 days
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CBC Scientists using sophisticated scanning technology on the fossil bones of the ancient human ancestor from Ethiopia dubbed "Lucy"... 7 days
Predation on pollinating insects shaped the evolution of the orchid mantis
SCIENCE DAILY Female orchid mantis adults mimic the appearance of flowers due to their ancestors’ association with flowers to capitalize on an easy source of food, pollinating insects,... 7 days
'Bickering' flies make evolutionary point
SCIENCE DAILY When a male fruit fly gets aggressive, he rears up on his back four legs and batters his foe with his front pair. Neither fly seems particularly damaged by the encounter, but their subsequent actions are telling about... 7 days
'Bickering' flies make evolutionary point
PHYS.ORG When a male fruit fly gets aggressive, he rears up on his back four legs and batters his foe with his front pair. Neither fly seems particularly damaged by the encounter, but their subsequent actions are telling about... 7 days
2.5-Billion-Year-Old Fossils Predate Earth's Oxygen
LIVE SCIENCE New fossils provide a peek into deep ocean life before Earth had oxygen. 7 days
New study describes 200 million years of geological evolution
SCIENCE DAILY 200 million years of geological evolution of a fault in Earth’s crust has recently been dated. These new findings may be used to shed light on poorly understood pathways for... 7 days
Use your words: Written prisoner interactions predict whether they'll clean up their acts
PHYS.ORG The evolution of how prisoners in substance-abuse programs communicate is a good indicator of whether they'll return to crime, new research has... 7 days
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