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Wall lizard becomes accustomed to humans and stops hiding
SCIENCE DAILY Habituating to predators or fleeing and hiding are tactics that vary between species. Scientists have observed that adult male common wall lizards sharing their living spaces with humans become accustomed... 1 day
Wall lizard becomes accustomed to humans and stops hiding
PHYS.ORG Habituating to predators or fleeing and hiding are tactics that vary between species. Scientists from two research centres in Italy and Spain have observed that adult male common wall lizards... 1 day
New tools to spy on raiding baboons in suburbs of Cape Town, South Africa
PHYS.ORG Scientists from Swansea University's College of Science are part of an international team attempting to better understand the human-baboon conflict... 4 days
Humans, smartphones may fail frequently to detect face morph photos
SCIENCE DAILY Both humans and smartphones show a degree of error in distinguishing face morph photos from their 'real' faces on fraudulent identity cards, new research has found. 6 days
Ancient fossil reveals the evolution of bird legs for the first time
PHYS.ORG Researchers from the UK and China have found that living birds have a more crouched leg posture than their ancestors, who are generally thought... 5 days
Single nucleotide change responsible for allowing H7N9 flu to jump from birds to humans found
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in Hong Kong and mainland China has isolated a change... 5 days
Tool use in sea otters doesn't run in the family
SCIENCE-NEWS A genetic study suggests that tool-use behavior isn’t hereditary in sea otters, and that only some animals need to use tools due to the type of food available... 7 days
Enzyme structures illuminate mechanism behind bacteria's bioremediation prowess
PHYS.ORG Bacteria, like humans and animals, must eat. Sometimes, they consume a pollutant in the environment that humans want to get rid of, a process called bioremediation. Investigating the enzymes used by bacteria... 1 day
Biodiversity loss shifts flowering phenology at same magnitude as global warming
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have revealed that declining plant diversity -- from habitat loss, human use, and other environmental pressures -- causes plants to flower earlier, and that the... 4 days
Genetic study of sea otters suggests very long history of tool use
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in the U.S. has found via genetic analysis that tool use by sea otters appears to... 6 days
when did humans settle down the house mouse may have the answer When did humans settle down? The house mouse may have the answer
Science Magazine VIDEO Success of domestic mice at ancient archaeological sites signals human “sedentism” 21 hours
New Striped Rain-Frog Species Discovered in Ecuador’s Cloud Forests
LIVE SCIENCE The species was discovered during an expedition to study a similar rainfrog. 4 days
Climate Change Is on Pace to Kill an Ice Age Remnant
LIVE SCIENCE Humans are in the process of changing the planet in a way that hasn’t happened in 2.6 million years. 6 days
Researchers prove prescription weight-loss pill decreases urge to use opiates
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston have confirmed that a prescription weight-loss pill decreases the urge to use opiates such as oxycodone. 3 days
Self-healing graphene holds potential for future use in artificial skin for robots
NEWS MEDICAL With the first ever documented observation of the self-healing phenomena of graphene, researchers from Hyderabad, India, hint at future applications for its use in... 5 days
Sounds of the Solar System: Podcast Eavesdrops on Planets
SPACE.COM A new episode of the podcast series "Twenty Thousand Hertz" asked NASA scientists what it would sound like on other planets and worlds in Earth's solar system. 4 days
Cleaning Corpses: Chimpanzee Funerary Rites Seen for 1st Time
LIVE SCIENCE Scientists have observed a chimpanzee cleaning the teeth of her adopted son, suggesting that humans might not be the only species with funerary rituals. 1 week
Astronomers hazard a ride in a 'drifting carousel' to understand pulsating stars
SCIENCE DAILY What sounds like a stomach-turning ride at an amusement park might hold the key to unraveling the mysterious mechanism that causes beams of radio... 7 days
Astronomers hazard a ride in a 'drifting carousel' to understand pulsating stars
PHYS.ORG What sounds like a stomach-turning ride at an amusement park might hold the key to unravelling the mysterious mechanism that causes beams of radio... 1 week
Researchers find way to use ultrasound for monitoring fluid levels in the lung
NEWS MEDICAL A team of engineering and medical researchers has found a way to use ultrasound to monitor fluid levels in the lung, offering... 7 days
Age at immigration influences occupational skill development
PHYS.ORG The future occupations of U.S. immigrant children are influenced by how similar their native language is to English, finds a new study by scholars at Duke University and the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School. 5 days
'Synthetic skin' could lead to advanced prosthetic limbs capable of returning sense of touch to amputees
PHYS.ORG Engineers from the University of Glasgow, who have previously developed an 'electronic skin' covering for prosthetic... 5 days
Alien in 'Life' Raises Some Philosophical Questions for Humanity, Director Says
SPACE.COM The new science-fiction-horror movie "Life" centers on a bloodthirsty alien life-form, but the film's director told Space.com that humans can behave just as badly. 6 days
Use of FTIR spectroscopy could herald fast and easy way to spot early signs of disease
NEWS MEDICAL While more research is needed to confirm the findings published today in the FASEB Journal, the use of FITR could... 7 days
Nom Nom Nom: Prehistoric Human Bones Show Signs of Cannibalism
LIVE SCIENCE Human cannibals likely took a big bite out of their fellow humans about 10,000 years ago, according to a study that examined prehistoric bones with scratch and bite... 4 days
Living 'flying syringes' could detect emerging infectious diseases
SCIENCE DAILY Blood-sucking flies can act as 'flying syringes' to detect emerging infectious diseases in wild animals before they spread to humans, according to new research. 1 hour
MSU lands $727,000 NIH grant to improve use of fish as disease models for human medicine
NEWS MEDICAL Michigan State University has landed a $727,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to improve... 5 days
Improving memory with magnets
SCIENCE DAILY The ability to remember sounds, and manipulate them in our minds, is incredibly important to our daily lives -- without it we would not be able to understand a sentence, or do simple arithmetic. New research is shedding light on... 23 hours
Elon Musk hints at new brain-computer project
PHYS.ORG Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk hinted Tuesday that he is working on a new startup focusing on brain-computer interface, part of his vision to help humans keep up with machines. 2 hours
Humans are 'learning to think as a species'
PHYS.ORG Humanity is in the early stages of the most significant evolution in its history: learning to think as a species. 5 hours
Virtual museum brings extinct species back to life
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How will Brexit impact life sciences in Wales?
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Video: How do we measure temperature?
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Ubiquitous marine organism co-evolved with other microbes, promoting more complex ecosystems
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NASA tests observing capability on Hawaii's coral reefs
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Docking Port Relocated at Space Station to Support Commercial Spacecraft
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Archival photos offer research value
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35 years of chiptune's influence on electronic music
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When did humans settle down? The house mouse may have the answer
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Citizen search for new planet in solar system
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