Latest White Stories
Europeans didn’t always have the pale white skin that we commonly associate with them – in fact, the trait evolved fairly recently, according to a new study.
Rochester Institute of Technology color scientists offer an explanation for why the color of the dress that went viral has some people seeing blue/black and other seeing white/gold.
Dr. James West, Vanderbilt University associate professor of medicine and chief science officer of Climate Adaptive Genetics, has developed a new hybrid of Angus cattle that he believes could meet the rising demand for beef production. Plugging in genes from Silver Galloway and Senepol cattles into Angus semen, West will create the first-ever white Angus, a breed that will not only be heat tolerant, but allow farmers to double their current production of beef.
MIAMI, Jan. 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- BLU Products, the market leader in unlocked devices in the United States, introduced new smartphone devices at International CES in Las Vegas, January 6-9, 2015.
Tug McGraw Foundation and Team McGraw is partnering with Team Red, White and Blue to participate in the 39th Annual Marine Corps Marathon on October 26, 2014. Yountville,
Michigan State University researchers have identified a genetic mutation in Doberman pinschers that causes albinism in the breed, a discovery that has eluded veterinarians and breeders worldwide up until now.
Early humans may have evolved black skin to protect against a very high risk of dying from ultraviolet light (UV)-induced skin cancer, a new analysis concludes.
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Researchers studying Icelanders discovered an intricate pathway involving the interspersed DNA sequence, or non-coding region, of a gene that is among a few dozen that are associated with human pigmentation traits.
The Camarillo white horse is a breed of horse that was developed in the United States of America in 1921. Its development began when Adolfo Camarillo obtained a Spanish Mustang named Sultan and began breeding him with mares of the Morgan breed. It was bred exclusively on the Camarillo Ranch for sixty-five years until 1987, after Camarillo’s daughter passed away and sold all of the horses at auction. By 1991, there were only eleven remaining Camarillo white horses and the Camarillo White...
The American paint horse was developed in the United States using the American quarter horse and the thoroughbred, producing a desirable horse that greatly resembles the quarter horse and has pinto markings. After the creation of the American Quarter Horse Association, which focused on solid colors, in 1940, breeders wanted to preserve the more colorful horses produced from quarter horses. As a result, many organizations were founded that would later merge to become the American Paint Horse...
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