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“We’ve been talking about the ‘leaky pipeline’ for years, and this may turn out to be the big gushing hole.’’ Via
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How is spider silk able to withstand the thrashing forces of trapped insects? Via
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This is the largest study of its kind to date. Via
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“She was the first to show that traumas involving interpersonal violence lead to higher rates of PTSD than other traumas.”
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“The neatest part of the research is that we may have found a mechanism of toxicity for tau."
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Cheney and her husband established “the new standard for doing field biology.”
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“The very commonsense rule of thumb is if people have to suit up to go into the lab, then usually the dog can’t go in.”
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Take a break and watch this cat clean its paw... Thanks to research from Alexis Noel and for 's Image of the Day today.
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: Cats’ tongues are covered in tiny spines called papillae, which help wick moisture from the mouth and onto the fur.
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The change is effective immediately.
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If confirmed, Wheeler will replace former administrator Scott Pruitt, who resigned in July after a series of ethics scandals.
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The signals that ready the liver come from neurons that drive animals to chow down.
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Infographic: Some factors to consider when deciding whether and how to allow a service dog into a laboratory
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Not a typo: Solar-powered yeast
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In other positive news, the statuses of fin whales and western gray whales have improved.
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Dartmouth College says it will respond to the lawsuit through its own court filings.
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It’s even possible that the fish continued to reproduce in the midst of the wind and rain, which caused so much noise in the recordings that the researchers couldn’t hear anything else.
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A scientist at says her field site was saved by firefighters defending the campus of .
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The lawsuit includes two allegations of rape.
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The fires offer a “natural experiment” to see how organisms respond to such an intense disturbance.
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