Latest Scorpion Stories
Surprising new research shows that, contrary to conventional belief, remains of chitin-protein complexâ€”structural materials containing protein and polysaccharideâ€”are present in abundance in fossils of arthropods from the Paleozoic era.
Experiments by a team of researchers in New York and New Jersey have generated evidence that questions the common belief that the pterygotid eurypterids ("sea scorpions") were high-level predators in the Paleozoic oceans.
A toxin found in the venom of the Central American bark scorpion (Centruroides margaritatus) could hold the key to reducing heart bypass failures.
ORLANDO, Fla., June 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- A Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) Scorpion munition was successfully flight tested June 17 from a C-130 aircraft at Yuma Proving Ground, AZ.
A Brazilian scorpion has provided researchers at North Carolina State University and East Carolina University insight into venomâ€™s effects on the ability of certain cells to release critical components.
New evidence that specialized adaptations are not evolutionary dead ends.
Scorpion venom is notoriously poisonous â€” but it might be used as an alternative to dangerous and addictive painkillers like morphine, a Tel Aviv University researcher claims.
Any way you look at it -- by sheer weight, species diversity or population -- the hard-shelled, joint-legged creepy crawlies called arthropods dominate planet Earth.
TAU researcher uses scorpion venom to develop a safe and ecologically sound pest control method.
A venomous scorpion hitched a ride on a jet plane bound from Phoenix to Indianapolis and stung one passenger before it was captured when the aircraft landed. Marilee McInnis, a spokeswoman for Southwest Airlines, said the passenger was not seriously hurt and the Arizona bark scorpion and five of its babies were destroyed Sunday after Flight 2093 arrived at Indianapolis International Airport, the Indianapolis Star reported Monday. Airport spokeswoman Susan Sullivan said Douglas Herbstsommer,...
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