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Astrophysics: Trio of distant quasars found
can tell whether they need to make a ruckus to get attention or if they already have a captive audience. To see whether the animals adjust their mode of communication according to the level of anExpand
Agroecology: Bees are better for strawberries
can tell whether they need to make a ruckus to get attention or if they already have a captive audience. To see whether the animals adjust their mode of communication according to the level of anExpand
Zoology: Snail shells spread light around
marine snail has a shell that is remarkably well adapted for diffusing the light that it emits to ward off predators. Stimulating Hinea brasiliana snails (pictured left), by tapping them or placingExpand
Animal behaviour: Curious hyenas crack puzzles
exploratory behaviours are better at solving problems than those that show a smaller range — just as creativity can aid problem-solving in humans. Sarah Benson-Amram and Kay Holekamp at MichiganExpand
Materials science: Magnetic gel delivers drugs
marine snail has a shell that is remarkably well adapted for diffusing the light that it emits to ward off predators. Stimulating Hinea brasiliana snails (pictured left), by tapping them or placingExpand
Anthropology: DNA from across the ocean
marine snail has a shell that is remarkably well adapted for diffusing the light that it emits to ward off predators. Stimulating Hinea brasiliana snails (pictured left), by tapping them or placingExpand
The knowledge of Bengkulu Universitys forestry students of tree diversity in their campus
pid deforestation has reduced plant diversity and caused the loss of traditional ecological knowledge. Furthermore, the increased availability of electronic entertainment has alienated young peopleExpand
Ecology: Hotter climate, altered breeding
marine snail has a shell that is remarkably well adapted for diffusing the light that it emits to ward off predators. Stimulating Hinea brasiliana snails (pictured left), by tapping them or placingExpand
Quantum physics: Record set for linked photons
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The fossilized skeletons of caseids, extinct mammal-like reptiles that lived 300 million years ago, are studied, and it is concluded that caseids were probably aquatic, similar to present-day whales. Expand