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Researcher Examines Sixth Extinction Wave' Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Article Tools The phrase sixth extinction wave alone is quite frightening. But its destructive implications on species populations could be much worse. The brutal consequences of
Killer sperm' stops cross-species mating In what could offer new insight into how the many species on the earth remain distinct from one another, researchers have found that mating with its different species make some worms sterile and even results
Might the moon be able to shed some light on the origins of life on Earth? A new study out of the University of Kent opens the possibility that the moon could be littered with ancient fossils from our planet, reports New Scientist . No such fossil
Instead of simply fertilizing the partner's eggs and being done with the whole exercise, the sperm of male Caenorhabditis nematodes who mate with other species will not only bully "milder" sperm and cause sterilization, they'll also destroy body
Shannon Mills of Skywalker Sound had a wide creative canvas to work with for the Scarlett Johansson sci-fi action film. Luc Besson 's Lucy which topped the North American box office this past weekend with a $44 million debut features Scarlett
Extinction is forever and the latest report says that 322 species have disappeared from Earth, never to be seen, heard or experienced again. But scientists say those numbers are increasing at an unnaturally expedited rate.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Pilgrimages may offer clue to antibiotic resistance spread 24 July 2014 Last updated at 12:06 BST Pilgrimages are common around the world...But recent research has shown that there may be a hidden danger.
Genes may lead migrating birds to take particular routes to their destination that could prevent interbreeding, suggests a study that tracked hybrids between songbird species. Using geolocators that, like GPS, record the position of a bird and allow
The war against drug-resistant superbugs is being lost, but Wellington scientists won't surrender and are working on new, cheap antibiotics that could help stem the emerging global health crisis. Victoria University microbiologists are working on a
Medical Registrar, Townsville Hospital and Health Service and Adjunct Lecturer at James Cook University PhD candidate at James Cook University Gaudy appearance, cocky sashay, singing voice peacock or Jagger? EPA/Facundo Arrizabalaga Looks great, but