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Why We Post Articles on Hydrogen

I’m a scientist at heart, and friends are always sending me snail mail, emails, and points to websites praising some product that purports to increase…

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Posted in Climate Change Environment

Climate ‘tipping points’ could push us past the point-of-no-return after less than 2 degrees of warming

By Ben Turner – Staff Writer   6/12/2021 Knock-on effects could transform the Amazon rainforest into savannah Ice melt in Antarctica and Greenland drives changes to sea level and…

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Posted in Beekeeping

Researchers discover a gene in honey bees that causes virgin birth

by  University of Sydney In a study published today in Current Biology, researchers from University of Sydney have identified the single gene that determines how Cape honey…

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Bees can wear backpacks now thanks to the University of Washington

Image source: University of Washington By Mike Wehner@MikeWehnerDecember 14th, 2018 at 2:53 PM By Mike Wehner@MikeWehner December 14th, 2018 at 2:53 PM As you might have guessed,…

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Posted in Beekeeping

A single honeybee has cloned itself hundreds of millions of times

LIFE  8 June 2021 By  Christa Lesté-Lasserre The workers of a South African subspecies of honeybee can clone themselves, with one individual having done so many millions of…

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Posted in Farming Gardening Science

How plants distinguish between good and bad microbes

By Chrissy Sexton Earth.com staff writer In a new study from the American Phytopathological Society, researchers are shedding new light on how plants distinguish between microbes that…

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Posted in Living

Why are small dogs so fierce?

By Tara Santora – Live Science Contributor Why do tiny dogs act like they’re 10 feet tall? With their large, muscular bodies, dogs such as…

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Posted in Living Science

The emerging science of human screams

by  Cell Press July 16, 2015 Our noisy world is no match for a screaming infant. An airplane could be flying by as a house party…

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Honeybee ‘Trojan horse’ virus relies on bees’ habit of cannibalizing their young

By Cameron Duke – Live Science Contributor 12 days ago An increasingly virulent pathogen is turning hygienic cannibalism on its head. A virus that leaves…

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The Mysterious Sex Lives of Hawaii’s Endangered Yellow-Faced Bees

By Joseph Castro December 01, 2016 In late September 2016, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) added seven of Hawaii’s yellow-faced bee species to…

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Is The Variant From India The Most Contagious Coronavirus Mutant On The Planet?

May 7, 20213:24 PM ET – MICHAELEEN DOUCLEFF The numerals in the illustration show the main mutation sites of the B.1.1.7 variant first detected in…

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