Crowding, climate change, and the case for social distancing among trees

For many, an ideal forest is one that looks the same as it did before European…

Why simple can be better when determining how to allocate pandemic resources

It’s difficult to plan ahead when SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is so unpredictable. But,…

FUJIFILM Acquires Cell Therapy Manufacturing Facility from Atara

FUJIFILM entered into an agreement to acquire a cell therapy manufacturing facility from Atara Biotherapeutics for…

Veterinary Associate Dean elected to rank of AAAS Fellow

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The Council of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has…

New species of ‘incredibly rare’ insect discovered

A British scientist has discovered a new species that belongs to a group of insects so…

Zika vaccine shows promising results in preclinical studies

A Zika virus vaccine candidate is effective at preventing the Zika virus passing from mother to…

Argonne is first to offer an ultrafast electron microscope at a national user facility

A unique instrument at Argonne’s Center for Nanoscale Materials combines a modified transmission electron microscope with…

Caribou and Muskoxen buffer climate impacts for rare plants

Being common is rather unusual. It’s far more common for a species to be rare, spending…

Geoff Wehmeyer wins CAREER Award

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Coral skeleton formation rate determines resilience to acidifying oceans

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Chris Boyce Honored with NSF CAREER Award

Chris Boyce, ​​assistant professor of chemical engineering, has won a 2022 National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER…

Demystifying machine-learning systems

Neural networks are sometimes called black boxes because, despite the fact that they can outperform humans…

Team develops microscope to image microbes in soil and plants at micrometer scale

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists have developed a custom microscope to image microbes in soil…

Look who’s talking now: The fishes!

Ithaca, NY— There’s a whole lot of talking going on beneath the waves. A new study from…

UCF to lead $10m NASA project to develop zero-carbon jet engines

The University of Central Florida (UCF) is developing new technology that is expected to make airplane engines…

Not all brains are equal: Why the human brain is more vulnerable to disease

With the help of cerebral organoids, IMBA scientists were able to ascertain that Tuberous Sclerosis, a…

Genetic clues link lipoprotein A to prostate cancer risk

A new analysis has uncovered a potential link between higher prostate cancer risk and genetic variants…

GRTS B. Riley 2022 Transcript

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FAMU-FSU researcher combines climate change and land use data to predict watershed impact

When rain falls, it picks up pollution from streets, farms and other manmade features as it…

Microbes help hibernating animals recycle nutrients, maintain muscle through winter

MADISON, Wis. — To get through a long winter without food, hibernating animals — like the…

Immunocore Approval Opens Door for TCR Cancer Drugs

The FDA has approved Kimmtrak, the first-ever bispecific drug based on a cancer-hunting protein called a…

Formulation Development Finds Another Gear

The aim of any formulation scientist is to create a product that is safe, effective, stable,…

Data from thousands of cameras confirms protected areas promote mammal diversity

A new University of British Columbia study offers new evidence that protected areas are effective at conserving wildlife.…

Relationship between dog personality and hierarchy

Dogs that are more extroverted, conscientious and open tend to rank higher in the hierarchy, while more…

Plant pathologists collaborate to share knowledge on a growing threat to corn production​​

A growing threat to corn around the world, tar spot has had a significant impact on…

Bee appearance and behavior may be related, genetic study reveals

Recently discovered genetic knowledge of two nuisance western honey bee subspecies will help commercial and hobby…

Stackable artificial leaf uses less power than lightbulb to capture 100 times more carbon than other systems

Engineers at the University of Illinois Chicago have built a cost-effective artificial leaf that can capture…

Pancreatic cancer cells feed off hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid, or HA, is a known presence in pancreatic tumors, but a new study from…

Europe’s most valuable marine species “reduced to a fraction” of their current population size by 2100

Over one quarter of Europe’s 20 most highly-fished marine species will be under extreme pressure by…

Scientists use GPS to track baboon troop’s movement in urban spaces for the first time

In a unique study, researchers from Swansea University (UK) and the University of Cape Town in…