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Articles on nature.com to be made widely available to read and share to support collaborative research LONDON and NEW YORK, December 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Macmillan
The invitations to the event reflect the Army's commitment to foster STEM talent nationwide. Washington, DC (PRWEB) May 27, 2014 Participants from
While 2012 was a hallmark year for science, one important event went largely unnoticed by most casual science observers: The 50th anniversary of one of the most influential and revolutionary science books that you’ve probably never heard of.
NSF-supported researchers use digital evolution techniques to examine theories about the evolution of altruism.
By Wilson, David Sloan Wilson, Edward O The process known as group selection was once accepted unthinkingly, then was widely discredited; it's time for a more discriminating assessment Is evolution a team sport, or is the contest for survival played out strictly between individuals? There's no question that natural selection acts on individual organisms: Those with favorable traits are more likely to pass along their genes to the next generation.
A new discovery by a scientist from The University of Western Ontario provides conclusive evidence which supports decades-old evolutionary doctrines long accepted as fact.