Monday, February 16, 2009

For Monday, February 16, 2009

Amazon dieback 'overstated'

Amazon rainforest

Burp of Arctic laughing gas is no joke

Ancient Geologic Escape Hatches Mistaken For Tube Worms

First carbon-free polar station opens in Antarctica

Air Pollution Too High Near Some US Schools

Synthetic Biology Yields Clues To Evolution And Origin Of Life

Baboons And Pigeons Are Capable Of Higher-level Cognition, Behavioral Studies Show


Biologist Gets The Straight Poop On Baboons: Execretion Analysis Aids Primate Social Studies


Ivory trade hits Asia's elephants

Elephas maximus

DNA testing fails on ancient British polar bear remains

Ursus maritimus

Songbirds Fly 3 Times Faster Than Expected

Turbines' impact on birds probed

Japanese turtle to get prosthetic limbs;_ylt=AlI.ppx0qZBZqorj2Xu8YpkPLBIF

Caretta caretta

Cleaner waters attract sharks;_ylt=Av653pT1suuO.UV0nBvHiO.s0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTFmM280c2gwBHBvcwMxOTMEc2VjA2FjY29yZGlvbl9vZGRfbmV3cwRzbGsDY2xlYW5lcndhdGVy

Climate Change And Fisheries: US Atlantic Cod Population To Drop By Half By 2050


Study: 'Astonishing richness' in polar species

Parasite Wasps Have Practiced Gene Therapy For A Hundred Million Years


Honeybees under attack on all fronts

How to hunt for shadow life

Heart pill could 'erase bad memories'

Cancer Diagnosis: Now In 3-D

Nanoparticle 'Smart Bomb' Targets Drug Delivery To Cancer Cells

Stem Cells In Hair Follicles Point To General Model Of Organ Regeneration

HIV gene therapy trial promising

Empathy Partly Based On Genes: Mouse Study

Internal Choices Are Weaker Than Those Dictated By The Outside World

New Test For Mysterious Metabolic Diseases

Evolutionary Link To Modern-day Obesity, Other Problems

Genetic Risk For Substance Use Can Be Neutralized By Good Parenting

First Brain Study Reveals Benefits Of Exercise On Quitting Smoking

Study pinpoints genes tied to high blood pressure

Deciphering The Body's Healing Secrets

New Surgical Option For Wrist Arthritis

Painless Shoulder

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