Friday, December 26, 2008

For Friday, December 26, 2008 - Updated Saturday, December 27, 2008

Africa's oldest chimp, a conservation icon, dies


Wolf captured near tourist part of Great Wall;_ylt=AiiPl_86EREPioFv5vUAgHWs0NUE

Quiet Bison Sire More Calves Than Louder Rivals

Male Rhino, 20, Seeks Mate to Save Species

Snowy Owl -- A Marine Species?

Bubo scandiacus

Why some Scottish salmon are leaping for joy this year

Fisheries Catch-22: Captive Breeding Aims To Conserve Biodiversity But Plunders Genetic Diversity

Honey Bees On Cocaine Dance More

Modified Plants May Yield More Biofuel

Hobbyists try genetic engineering at home

DIY Genetics: Revolutionary or Risky?


Too sick to work? Need health care? Take a number;_ylt=AkkZ1KxZhnrevUbOOOpuwIOs0NUE

U.S. Medical Trash Saving Lives In Africa

Speed your metabolism with these fat-burners

Diet appears to alter heart failure risk

Another reason to slim your belly

Whooping Cough Making a Comeback

Bordetella pertussis

'Nano' Drugs Kill Skin, Breast Cancer Cells

New Evidence That Humans Make Aspirin's Active Principle -- Salicylic Acid

Salicylic acid

Unwanted Memories Might Be Erasable

Premature Babies Have Altered Senses Later On

How limb pain limits web surfing

Section Update:
Death Valley works to preserve night sky

In U.S., Threat of Rising Sea Levels

No Quick Or Easy Technological Fix For Climate Change, Researchers Say

Ecosystem Changes In Temperate Lakes Linked To Climate Warming

Real-time Gene Monitoring Developed

New Anti-cancer Components Of Extra-virgin Olive Oil Revealed

Coral springs back from tsunami

Erratic weather 'harms wildlife'

More than 200 NI rivers polluted

Warmer Temperatures Could Lead To A Boom In Corn Pests

Huge Chesapeake Bay cleanup falters

Sludge spill estimate now 1 billion gallons

Humans And Chimps Register Faces By Using Similar Brain Regions

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