- * Tiny bugs have own personalities despite being clones, scientists say: Tiny green insects known as pea aphids have individual behavior patterns, orMessage 1 of 1 , Mar 3 11:35 PMView Source
* Tiny bugs have own personalities despite
being clones, scientists say:
Tiny green insects known as pea aphids have
individual behavior patterns, or "personalities," a
study reports .
* Explosion shutting down a galactic party:
An immense black hole in a galaxy far, far away
seems to be causing a blast that will change that
galaxy forever, scientists say.
* Related genes may promote human music,
Interest in music is associated with a gene
previously tied to musical aptitude and, less
directly, to singing in birds, research finds.
* Scientists steer car with thoughts:
You'd better not let your thoughts wander if you
drive using a new technology from the Free
University of Berlin.
* Recent "human ancestor" finds under question:
Two scientists are questioning claims that several
prominent fossil finds from the last decade are
remains of human forebears.
* "King" of dinos called more hyena than lion:
* Does a smile mean something to a dog?:
* "At least I'm not him": comparing yourself to
those worse off may improve health, coping:
* Noise distracts fish from dinner: study:
* Scientists report creating illusion of having
* Could the fountain of youth be your faucet?:
* Ecuadorean community escapes scourges of
* Scientists worry that vines are taking over
the American tropics:
* On the trail of giant rats, scientists find
* Scientists put date on world's "strangest" book:
* Prostate cancer joins growing list of cancers
dogs could sniff out:
* Resources, choices found to hinder women in
* Lifestyle affects life expectancy more than
genetics does: scientists:
* Fish face overexploitation even in Arctic,
* Tiny flea boasts most genes known in an animal:
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