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Final Frontier Friday: ‘In The Pale Moonlight’
SCIENCEFICTION.COM Hello and welcome once again to ‘Final Frontier Friday’! This week we’ll be returning to ‘Deep Space Nine’ for a look at... 13 hours
How Snapdragons keep their color: Signposting trick reveals evolutionary mechanism
SCIENCE DAILY A study of the colour patterns among wild flowers in a mountain valley has yielded a clue about how nature controls fundamental evolutionary change in all species. 20 hours
New paper answers causation conundrum
PHYS.ORG In a new paper published in a special issue of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, SFI Professor Jessica Flack offers a practical answer to one of the most significant, and most confused questions in evolutionary biology—can... 1 day
Fossil that fills missing evolutionary link named after University of Chicago professors
PHYS.ORG Lurking in oceans, rivers and lakes around the world are tiny, ancient animals known to few people. Bryozoans, tiny marine creatures that live in... 1 day
Bryozoans: Fossil fills missing evolutionary link
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists recently announced the discovery of a missing evolutionary link -- a fossil of the first known member of the modern bryozoans to grow up into a structure. 2 days
How Snapdragons keep their colour: Signposting trick reveals evolutionary mechanism
PHYS.ORG A study of the colour patterns among wild flowers in a mountain valley has yielded a clue about how nature controls fundamental evolutionary change in all species. 2 days
Amid global electric-car buzz, Toyota bullish on hydrogen
PHYS.ORG At a car factory in this city named after Toyota, the usual robots with their swinging arms are missing. Instead, workers intently fit parts into place by hand with craftsmanship-like care. 2 days
Ancient spiral galaxy is 11 billion years old
SCIENCE-NEWS The most ancient spiral galaxy seen to date is 11 billion years old and could help reveal how galaxies sprout arms. 4 days
Chemists May Have Found the 'Missing Link' to the First Life on Earth
SPACE.COM The search for the ancient chemical origins of life has a new candidate — a multitasking enzyme that may have set the... 5 days
Biologists create beetle with functional extra eye
SCIENCE DAILY The creation of three-eyed beetles through a new technique will provides scientists a new way to investigate the genetic mechanisms behind the evolutionary emergence of new physical traits. 5 days
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THE VERGE One of my favorite things about the tech industry is how quickly innovations from the big companies and premium products trickle down into more... 5 days
Biologists create beetle with functional extra eye
PHYS.ORG On "Game of Thrones," a three-eyed raven holds the secrets of the past, present and future in a vast fantasy kingdom. But for real-world biologists, a "three-eyed beetle" may offer a true glimpse into... 5 days
Chemists May Have Found the 'Missing Link' to the First Life on Earth
LIVE SCIENCE The search for the ancient chemical origins of life has a new candidate — a multitasking enzyme that may have set the... 1 week
Thai Village Grapples with Ghost - Coast to Coast AM
THE ANOMALIST Following the deaths of several men in their village, inhabitants of a Thai community pooled their resources and hired a hermit to chase away the evil spirits that... 1 week
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Genes don't always dictate that 'boys will be boys'
PHYS.ORG As an evolutionary biologist focusing on animal behaviour, I'm sometimes asked what relevance our research has for human behaviour. Years ago, I would duck the question because it was such... 1 week
Chimpanzees and sooty mangabeys interfere with other group members' relationships
PHYS.ORG Humans do not only form complex and long-lasting social relationships with friends, family, and romantic partners, but also keep track of threats to these relationships and protect them... 1 week
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There Was a Dangerous Purpose Behind T. Rex’s Tiny Arms
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How a 'flipped' gene helped butterflies evolve mimicry
PHYS.ORG Female swallowtail butterflies do something a lot of butterflies do to survive: they mimic wing patterns, shapes and colors of other species that are toxic to predators. Some - but not all... 2 weeks
New Full-Length Trailer for Country Music Romance 'Forever My Girl'
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Fish provide insight into the evolution of the immune system
SCIENCE DAILY New research reveals how immune systems can evolve resistance to parasites. The study solves the enigma of how species can adapt and change their immune system to cope... 2 weeks
Did T. rex use its tiny arms to slash prey ?
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Gralien Daily News for November 5, 2017
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Brain's alertness circuitry conserved through evolution
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This Justice League Spoof Has Batman Creating The B-Team Out Of Howard The Duck And More
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One small backflip for a robot is one giant leaping backflip for humankind
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be the longest film in the saga - CNET
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