Science News Archive - November 09, 2011
The carbon footprint of humans will be reduced by four awards for plant and microbial research issued under a new joint U.S./Japanese program.
A recent survey documented the crustaceans, mollusks, algae and other marine organisms that make a home on the bodies Olive Ridley and green sea turtles living in the Pacific.
Male song birds sing to attract mates and to deter other males from their territory and it is well known that the solo repertoire of many male song bird species increases with age and experience.
Scientists have produced amazing three-dimensional images of a prehistoric mite as it hitched a ride on the back of a 50 million-year-old spider.
A Cambridge University professor and one of Britain’s top ocean experts says that Arctic sea ice could melt away entirely by 2015.
The Agricultural Sciences Network Life-Sciences.net features the latest scientific publications in this discipline.
Electronic cigarettes present an environmentally friendly smoking solution, with no unsightly butts to dispose of or to litter the ground.
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Researchers from the University of Saskatchewan and Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) have followed fossilized footprints to a multi-legged predator that ruled the seas of the Cambrian period about half a billion years ago.
A recent report provides new ideas regarding carbon and energy benefits forests and forest products provide.