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Dr. Maria McNamara of Yale University has done microscopic research that shows how the colors of fossilized beetles have shifted.
Genetic parasites invaded the mammalian genome more than 100 million years ago and dramatically changed the way mammals reproduce -- transforming the uterus in the ancestors of humans and other mammals from the production of eggs to a nurturing home for developing young.
Since the online citizen science project Planet Hunters launched last December, 40,000 web users from around the world have been helping professional astronomers analyze. the light from 150,000 stars in the hopes of discovering Earth-like planets orbiting around them
Researchers have found that obese people had more difficulty resisting cravings for high-calorie foods.
The same meteorite impact that caused dinosaurs to go extinct 65 million years ago also essentially wiped out ancient birds.
If the brain goes hungry, Twinkies look a lot better.
How the fluttering feathers of some hummingbird species generate courtship sounds.
Researchers from Yale University may have found a genetically natural cure for baldness - stem cells that tell a person's hair when it's time to grow.
Yale University researchers have identified a key genetic gear that keeps the circadian clock of plants ticking, a finding that could have broad implications for global agriculture.
- Emitting flashes of light; glittering.