CHANGING TASTES: Sugar-free diets aren't just making headlines in the human world. Cockroaches have joined the anti-sugar trend.
5 hours ago from ABC Science
Complete genetic blueprints collected for several conifer species
Wed 22 May 13 from ScienceNews
Thousands of infertile couples could benefit from a new IVF procedure that can dramatically improve the success rate of having a baby through artificial reproduction.
Fri 17 May 13 from The Independent
SPECIES RECOVERY: Captive breeding programs of endangered animals have the potential to send disease out into vulnerable animal communities, a new study shows.
Thu 23 May 13 from ABC Science
Mitochondria are the cell's workhorse, transforming the calories we eat into useable energy. They have also been the subject of lots of scrutiny over longevity, since lifespan is intimately ...
Wed 22 May 13 from Discover Magazine
Scientists have reversed behavioral and brain abnormalities in adult mice that resemble some features of schizophrenia by restoring normal expression to a suspect gene that is over-expressed ...
Wed 22 May 13 from Medical Xpress
Humped bladderwort's genome is only 3% non-gene, the inverse of humans
Sun 12 May 13 from Science Now
Minus environment, patterns still emerge: Computational study tracks E. coli cells' regulatory mechanisms
Environment is not the only factor in shaping regulatory patterns—and it might not even be the primary factor, according to a new Rice University study that looks at how cells' protein networks ...
Tue 21 May 13 from Phys.org
Researchers at Lund University have succeeded in preventing very early symptoms of Huntington's disease, depression and anxiety, by deactivating the mutated huntingtin protein in the brains ...
16 hours ago from Medical Xpress
Gene activity in the brain suggests off-kilter circadian rhythms
Tue 14 May 13 from ScienceNews