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>"Far from being hardwired to flee fire, some animals use it to their own ends, helping us understand our own pyrocognition"
>"Far from being hardwired to flee fire, some animals use it to their own ends, helping us understand our own pyrocognition"
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"There’s no rhythm to mass extinctions, no pattern to evolutionary recovery. Life bursts forth, in cacophonous adaptation"
"There’s no rhythm to mass extinctions, no pattern to evolutionary recovery. Life bursts forth, in cacophonous adaptation"
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"Animals can quickly adapt under human pressures such as poaching and climate change. Past research has shown that creatures can evolve new colors, shapes, and even behaviors to better tolerate the increasingly inhospitable world we’ve _...Read More_
"Animals can quickly adapt under human pressures such as poaching and climate change. Past research has shown that creatures can evolve new colors, shapes, and even behaviors to better tolerate the increasingly inhospitable world we’ve _...Read More_
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"In the discussion of women as liminal-space actors, the evidence of “species being” creation becomes apparent through examples of women acting from these marginalized spaces to create social capital, protect communities, foster ecological _...Read More_
"In the discussion of women as liminal-space actors, the evidence of “species being” creation becomes apparent through examples of women acting from these marginalized spaces to create social capital, protect communities, foster ecological _...Read More_
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"Polar Zero exhibition in Glasgow features sculpture encasing air extracted from start of Industrial Revolution"
"Polar Zero exhibition in Glasgow features sculpture encasing air extracted from start of Industrial Revolution"
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>"By studying crows, a German biologist has helped to solve a centuries-old mystery."
>"By studying crows, a German biologist has helped to solve a centuries-old mystery."
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"Modified from the transcript of a keynote lecture given by Prof. Sophien Kamoun (The Sainsbury Laboratory, UK) at the international PhD course ‘Pathobiomes and plant immunity’ (June 7–16, _...Read More_
"Modified from the transcript of a keynote lecture given by Prof. Sophien Kamoun (The Sainsbury Laboratory, UK) at the international PhD course ‘Pathobiomes and plant immunity’ (June 7–16, _...Read More_
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"Warm-blooded animals are changing beaks, legs and ears to adapt to hotter climate and better regulate temperature"
"Warm-blooded animals are changing beaks, legs and ears to adapt to hotter climate and better regulate temperature"
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As floods, fire & famine break out around the world, it is clear that climate breakdown is here, & there is no choice left now but to take urgent action. Everyone deserves a seat at the table to have a say in how to tackle the _...Read More_
As floods, fire & famine break out around the world, it is clear that climate breakdown is here, & there is no choice left now but to take urgent action. Everyone deserves a seat at the table to have a say in how to tackle the _...Read More_
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>"The simple insight that most changes are random had a profound effect on genetics, evolution and ecology."
>"The simple insight that most changes are random had a profound effect on genetics, evolution and ecology."
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he hope was that the soil might save us. With civilization continuing to pump ever-increasing amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, perhaps plants — nature’s carbon scrubbers — might be able to package up some of that excess carbon _...Read More_
he hope was that the soil might save us. With civilization continuing to pump ever-increasing amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, perhaps plants — nature’s carbon scrubbers — might be able to package up some of that excess carbon _...Read More_
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>"Fifty-five million years ago, Earth’s thermostat shot up—and life dramatically changed. Here’s what history can teach us about our modern temperature surge."
>"Fifty-five million years ago, Earth’s thermostat shot up—and life dramatically changed. Here’s what history can teach us about our modern temperature surge."
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„At first blush, lessons from nature for human-designed institutions seem absurd. Nature has no empathy or concern for human values (…) But, on closer reflection, nature’s long experience provides lessons for how we might prevail in the _...Read More_
„At first blush, lessons from nature for human-designed institutions seem absurd. Nature has no empathy or concern for human values (…) But, on closer reflection, nature’s long experience provides lessons for how we might prevail in the _...Read More_
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The extraordinary diversity of insects and fishes, the most species-rich invertebrate and vertebrate groups in the animal kingdom, is _...Read More_
The extraordinary diversity of insects and fishes, the most species-rich invertebrate and vertebrate groups in the animal kingdom, is _...Read More_