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Amazon's white bellbirds set new record for loudest bird call  SCIENCE DAILY · 19 minutes
Biologists report that they have recorded the loudest bird calls ever documented, made by dove-sized male white bellbirds as part of their mating rituals in the mountains of... more
How rat-eating monkeys help keep palm oil plants alive  SCIENCE DAILY · 19 minutes
Found as an ingredient in many processed and packaged foods, palm oil is the most widely consumed vegetable oil. Now, researchers have discovered an unlikely ally for palm oil production:... more
Fasting may increase motivation for exercise by surging "hunger hormone" ghrelin  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 hours
Researchers have found that when mice are provided with limited access to food, the levels of food and satiety hormone ghrelin rises. This causes increase in... more
50,000-year-old, tar-smeared tool shows Neanderthal smarts  Science Magazine · 4 hours
Rare, submerged tool suggests Neanderthals had mastered the complex technology of tarmaking more
Training parents is key to helping children eat a variety of foods  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 hours
Families dealing with the stress and frustration of their child's overly picky eating habits may have a new addition to their parental toolbox. Pediatric... more
Dozens of elephants die in Zimbabwe drought  PHYS.ORG · 4 hours
At least 55 elephants have died in a month in Zimbabwe due to a lack of food and water, its wildlife agency said Monday, as the country faces one of the worst droughts in... more
Thieves steal Amazon fertility statues as synod nears end  PHYS.ORG · 4 hours
Pope Francis' controversial meeting on the Amazon took a criminal twist Monday after thieves stole indigenous fertility statues from a Vatican-area church and tossed them into the Tiber River. more
A star is born: Using lasers to study how star stuff is made  SCIENCE DAILY · 5 hours
On a typical day at the world's biggest laser you can find scientists casually making star-like conditions using 192 high-powered lasers. Stars... more
Defining the centromere  SCIENCE DAILY · 5 hours
Centromeres are the chromosomal domains at which the kinetochore, a protein complex required for the correct separation of chromosomes during mitosis and meiosis, is assembled. The incorporation of the histone variant CenH3 into centromeric nucleosomes is a prerequisite for the... more
Defining the centromere  PHYS.ORG · 6 hours
The division of cells is a highly-regulated and complex process which requires the organised collaboration of a multitude of different cellular components. Although the basic principles are known, many components and their workings are still unidentified. Scientists from the project... more
A complex marriage arrangement: New insights and unanswered questions in plant heterostyly  PHYS.ORG · 7 hours
The study of plant reproductive systems provides crucial insights into ecological interactions and the process of evolutionary change. Reproductive success is closely allied to... more
Amazon's white bellbirds set new record for loudest bird call  PHYS.ORG · 8 hours
Biologist Jeff Podos at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, with Mario Cohn-Haft at the Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia, Brazil, report that they have recorded the loudest... more
How rat-eating monkeys help keep palm oil plants alive  PHYS.ORG · 8 hours
Found as an ingredient in many processed and packaged foods, palm oil is the most widely consumed vegetable oil. Now, researchers reporting in Current Biology on October 21 have discovered... more
SciLifeLab and AstraZeneca establish cryo-EM collaboration to advance biomedicine  NEWS MEDICAL · 8 hours
The study published in Science Advances reveals the mechanism by which the receptor tyrosine kinase RET can increase neuronal survival in degenerative diseases. To understand the mechanism of this signaling... more
SciLifeLab and AstraZeneca use cryo-EM to advance biomedicine  PHYS.ORG · 9 hours
A study published in Science Advances reveals the mechanism by which the receptor tyrosine kinase RET can increase neuronal survival in degenerative diseases. To understand the mechanism of this signalling complex, the... more
From biomedicine to buzz pollination: why we need a plan 'bee'  PHYS.ORG · 9 hours
With Extinction Rebellion's mass bee-themed 'die ins' hitting the international news, we're reminded again that our bees are facing many threats—from climate change and loss of... more
We need to understand the culture of whales so we can save them  PHYS.ORG · 9 hours
We often think of culture as solely human. We think of our music, our clothes, our food, our languages. However, culture stretches... more
How Antarctic krill fertilize the oceans and even store carbon  PHYS.ORG · 9 hours
Krill are best known as whale food. But few people realize that these small, shrimp-like creatures are also important to the health of the ocean and the atmosphere.... more
Enabling selective carbon-carbon bond formation at the inherently inert position of enol silyl ethers  PHYS.ORG · 10 hours
Nagoya University researchers have discovered a new way to modify reactants that have been widely studied and utilized for over... more
How cells protect themselves from mitochondrial defects  PHYS.ORG · 10 hours
Cells need powerhouses known as mitochondria to utilize the energy stored in our food. Most of the proteins required for this powerhouse function are encoded in the nucleus and transported into the mitochondria after... more
California's crashing kelp forest  SCIENCE DAILY · 10 hours
First the sea stars wasted to nothing. Then purple urchins took over, eating and eating until the bull kelp forests were gone. The red abalone starved. Their fishery closed. Red sea urchins starved. Their fishery collapsed. And the ocean kept... more
A star is born: Using lasers to study how star stuff is made  PHYS.ORG · 12 hours
On a typical day at the world's biggest laser, the National Ignition Facility (NIF) in Livermore, California, you can find scientists casually... more
Environmental challenges and future perspectives of metal-oxide nanoparticles  nanowerk · 13 hours
The increase in production and applications of metal-oxide nanoparticles (MO-NPs) raises concerns for the environment as well as for human health. The terrestrial environment, especially soil, is expected to be the largest... more
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