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Study in argues that there is a in the relationship between producers & , due to resistance communities in which exercise modes of on producers. read:
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Review published in offers a chronological summary of both theoretical and experimental studies on the theory of . Read the full manuscript here:
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Researchers analysed the use of , a major factor for the development of , in the German and beef . Read article in :
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A new section, led by Prof Ellen Blaak of , on Nutrition and Metabolism in explores how nutrition affects our metabolic health Discover more ⬇
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How on earth do archaea evolve? Check out the latest specialty on the Biology of Archaea, a new specialty in . Discover more about Biology of Archaea ⬇
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Researchers at suggest of may explain known differences in auditory processing for speech production between males and females. read in :
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Online information about “boosting your ” is based on commercially biased sources, according to research led by , published in . Click to read the original research paper: or our blog post ⬇
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Study in suggests harbor a more diverse & balanced community – which could make them healthier & tastier than conventional apples, & better for environment. Read study: or blog post ⬇
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Bioelectrochemical systems are potential candidates for capture and transformation. A study explains the metabolic pathways involved in the production of volatile fatty acids from CO2 and electricity. Read the paper:
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Review in surveys the current models and presents new and updated predictions on number violation for current and future colliders. Read and download the full article:
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University of Arizona Libraries () to trial agreement with Frontiers. Learn more ⬇
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We are delighted to announce that the has established an institutional membership agreement for with Frontiers. Learn more ⬇
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Why did our societies evolve as they did? Grand challenge by and published in reviewed how methods of statistical physics can help answer important questions in . Read the article:
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Researchers from and propose hypothesis that fuels will continue to be critical elements of future , considering the benefits and disadvantages of in comparison to . In here
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Scientists singled out “” – growing existing natural – as key to addressing the accelerating crises in and . Read the report published in : or our blog post ⬇
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Writing in , researchers from explain how ended up in our – and what puts them in the frame in unsolved diseases like . Read the original article: or our blog post ⬇
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In a study published in , researchers apply to the automatic classification of bow gestures according to the performer’s movement. Read the original article: or our blog post ⬇
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What's important to the new Chief Editor of ? Making sure research is openly accessible to the scientific community... Discover more about new Chief Editor Julio Navarro of
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On , let us introduce you to the Young Reviewers, aged 8-14. Without them, the article "How can (sometimes) make us eat more" wouldn't exist. Click:
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