• MAR 17, 2019
    Microbiology
    MAR 17, 2019
    In Space, Dormant Viruses Can Reactivate
    Some astronauts have lived onboard the International Space Station for hundreds of days. Researchers are learning more about the things that can happen in that time....
  • MAR 18, 2019
    Genetics & Genomics
    MAR 18, 2019
    Horseshoe Crabs are Relatives of Scorpions and Spiders
    Horseshoe crabs were once thought to be related to sand crabs, but there have been placed in the arachnid group....
  • MAR 18, 2019
    Microbiology
    MAR 18, 2019
    Some Microbes Can Live on Nitric Oxide
    K. stuttgartiensis is a model anammox microorganism - it's an anaerobic bacterium that oxidizes ammonia / Image: Laura van Niftrik...
  • MAR 18, 2019
    Plants & Animals
    MAR 18, 2019
    April the Giraffe Gives Birth to a Healthy Calf
    A bit of fun and exciting news for all those animal lovers out there: April the Giraffe from New York’s renowned Animal Adventure Park gave birth to...
  • MAR 18, 2019
    Space & Astronomy
    MAR 18, 2019
    NASA Acknowledges SLS Rocket Development Issues
    It’s been several decades since NASA last sent astronauts to the Moon in the name of science, and in an announcement published just last week, the Am...
  • MAR 18, 2019
    Cell & Molecular Biology
    MAR 18, 2019
    Antifungal Drug May Bring Relief to CF Patients
    Cystic fibrosis affects around 700,000 people worldwide. New research has found a potential treatment for patients that don't respond to current therapies....
  • MAR 18, 2019
    Plants & Animals
    MAR 18, 2019
    Deceased Whale in Philippines Had 88 Pounds of Plastic in its Stomach
    It’s an unfortunate reality that the Earth’s vast oceans are littered with human-made trash and debris, much of which is comprised of plastic....