‘Megalodon’ — a giant predatory shark that has inspired numerous documentaries, books and blockbuster movies — likely went extinct at least one million years …
NASA — “New Science Teams Tackle Detecting Life on Other Worlds” – The Daily Galaxy –Great Discoveries Channel
NASA — “New Science Teams Tackle Detecting Life on Other Worlds” The Daily Galaxy –Great Discoveries Channel
Decades of research have led scientists to look deeply into the nature of life itself — what it is, how it began on Earth, and what other worlds might also support it.
How Innovative Cell Biology Is Improving Human Health SelectScience
Amy Butler, Vice President and general manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific, talks about innovations in cell biology.
The physical forces of cells in action EurekAlert
The detection of physical forces is one of the most complex challenges facing science. Considered to play a decisive role in many biological processes, the …
Teacher, honored student seek keys to mental illness Sacramento State University
Kim Mulligan, left, an assistant professor of biological sciences, and Lillian Murphy, an award-winning student, are doing research with significant implications …
NUS marine scientists find toxic bacteria on microplastics retrieved from tropical waters – EurekAlert
A team of marine scientists from the National University of Singapore had uncovered toxic bacteria living on the surfaces of microplastics (which are pieces of …
5 Science Teams Racing Climate Change as the Ecosystems They Study Disappear InsideClimate News
From mountain glaciers to coastal seabeds, five research projects to watch as scientists race to understand the human drivers of global warming.
Disease epidemic and a marine heat wave are associated with the continental-scale collapse of a pivotal predator (Pycnopodia helianthoides) – Science Advances
Multihost infectious disease outbreaks have endangered wildlife, causing extinction of frogs and endemic birds, and widespread declines of bats, corals, and …
Biology professor gets $340K grant for exoplanet life research DeKalb Daily Chronicle
DeKALB – A $340000 grant from NASA will allow one Northern Illinois University microbiology professor to pursue his passions for biology and outer space.