Science News Archive - November 05, 2011
Invasive species have hitchhiked to the U.S. on cargo ships for centuries, but the method U.S. regulators most rely on to keep them out is not equally effective across coasts.
Whether a species can evolve to survive climate change may depend on the biodiversity of its ecological community.
Researchers often work with a narrow range of compounds when making organic electronics, such as solar panels, light emitting diodes and transistors.
University of Leicester research into greenhouse gas emissions from oil palm plantations provides robust measures now being used to inform international policies on greenhouse gas emissions.
Insects can run up walls, hang from ceilings, and perform other amazing feats that have for centuries fascinated human observers.
Researchers with the University of Arizona (UA's) have discovered evidence of a formerly unknown, decades-long drought that occurred in the southwestern United States in the second century.
Researchers believe that they have discovered the oldest ever case of prostate cancer in Egypt, thanks to scans performed on a 2,250-year-old mummy at the National Archaeology Museum.
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