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Fish with a high level of familiarity are more aggressive towards each other  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
Aggressiveness among animals may increase the longer individuals live together in stable groups. This is the finding of a recent study carried... more
Space behaviour  ESA · 5 hours
Europe’s Columbus laboratory enters its eleventh year in space with steady operations, a few upgrades and several experiments in full swing. more
What's really feeding Long Island's destructive brown tides?  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
Researchers at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory may have found a new strategy to limit the growth of an algae species called Aureococcus anophagefferens, which at high densities can result in devastating... more
Climate change means more floods, great and localized  ABC NEWS · 3 days
Emergency management officials in South Carolina say they are preparing both for more massive floods like the state has seen in three of the past four years and smaller, but still destructive... more
Biologists identify honeybee 'clean' genes known for improving survival  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
The key to breeding disease-resistant honeybees could lie in a group of genes—known for controlling hygienic behaviour—that enable colonies to limit the spread of harmful mites and bacteria, according to... more
Biocolonizer species are putting the conservation of the granite at Machu Picchu at risk  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
The UPV/EHU's IBeA research group has used a non-destructive methodology to determine the role of specific algae, lichens, mosses and... more
Stress in crops points to surprising benefits  SCIENCE DAILY · 5 days
Stress is known as the 'killer disease' and in humans it can lead to an increased risk of terminal issues such as heart attack or stroke. But now research indicates that stress in the... more
Biocolonizer species are putting the conservation of the granite at Machu Picchu at risk  SCIENCE DAILY · 5 days
A research group has used a non-destructive methodology to determine the role of specific algae, lichens, mosses, cyanobacteria, etc. that... more
Stress in crops points to surprising benefits  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
Stress is known as the "killer disease" and in humans it can lead to an increased risk of terminal issues such as heart attack or stroke. But now research conducted at The University of... more
The UK now has a law against upskirting  TechCrunch · 1 week
A law change that comes into force in the UK today makes the highly intrusive practice of ‘upskirting’ illegal. The government said it wants the new law to send a clear message that... more
Alberta's destructive mountain pine beetle likely decimated by cold snap  CBC · 1 week
A cold snap gripping western Canada may be just brutal enough to put a dent in... more
Butterflies are genetically wired to choose a mate that looks just like them  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
A team of academics from the University of Cambridge, in collaboration with the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama, observed the courtship... more
Choosy Amphipods  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Amphipods of the species Gammarus roeselii guard their chosen mates, often carrying them with them for days and defending them against potential rivals. This behaviour requires a lot of time and energy, so that the males make their choice with... more
A scientific study reveals the enigmas on social behaviour of western lowland gorillas  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
A new study published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences reveals one of the enigmas related to... more
Apple Stores Have Lost Their Lustre, Critics Say  Gadgets 360 · 2 weeks
When Apple hired Ahrendts away from the luxury fashion company Burberry in 2014, it highlighted just how important its stores had become. more
Female manakins use male mating call when implanted with male hormones  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Among the first things that stand out about golden-collared manakins, a bird found in Panama and western Colombia, are the acrobatics of male adults during breeding... more
WhatsApp Details Efforts It's Making for Getting Ready for General Elections in India  Gadgets 360 · 2 weeks
Over the last three months, WhatsApp removed more than two million accounts per month that were noticed with a bulk or automated... more
Angela Ahrendts: Former Burberry boss to step down from Apple  BBC · 2 weeks
The former Burberry chief is leaving after five years working to revitalise Apple stores. more
Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts is leaving the company in April - CNET  CNET · 2 weeks
The former Burberry CEO, who joined the iPhone maker in 2014, is leaving "for or new personal and professional pursuits." more
Apple's retail chief Angela Ahrendts is leaving the company in April - CNET  CNET · 2 weeks
The former Burberry CEO, who joined the iPhone maker in 2014, is leaving "for or new personal and professional pursuits." more
Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts is leaving in April  THE VERGE · 2 weeks
Apple’s retail leader, Angela Ahrendts, will leave the company in April, Apple announced this afternoon. Ahrendts joined Apple... more
Revising the history of big, climate-altering volcanic eruptions  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
For all their destructive power, most volcanic eruptions are local events. Lava flows tend to reach only a few miles at most, while airborne ash and soot travel a little farther. But... more
Precious metal tracks nanoplastics  nanowerk · 2 weeks
Researchers have incorporated the precious metal palladium as a tracer in artificial nanoplastics. This innovative method has great potential for keeping track of the behaviour of nanoplastics in technical systems as well as in environmental situations. more
Detecting and blocking cyberbullying  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Bullying is as old as humanity, but in today's world of ubiquitous and always-connected devices, there is a whole realm of bullying that can take place out of sight but be just as devastating to its victims – cyberbullying. Detecting... more
Hands-on: Brydge Keyboard for the 2018 12.9-inch iPad Pro is the real deal
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The death penalty, an American tradition on the decline
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Fortnite turns into SSX with the long-awaited driftboard
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YouTube updates channel strike system with one-time warning and more consistent punishments
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School climate strikes: What next for the latest generation of activists?
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Huawei P30 to be announced on March 26th in Paris
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Comment: The rumored iPad mini 5 only makes sense if it gets a substantial price cut
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Lightsaber dueling recognized as official sport in France
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Ancient 'night' marsupial faced four months of winter darkness
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Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Buds leak in TV commercial
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Interactive space simulation for nanosatellites
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