Sunday, March 29, 2009

Isoptera Asexual Reproduction and More for Sunday, March 29, 2009

Recruited to serve and sniff — again

Canis lupus familiaris

Weekend Window: Sandhill Crane Migration

Grus canadensis

Zoo reports rare captive birth of Asian bird

Garrulax leucolophus

American Birds Sending Troubling Message About The Environment

Study Assesses Impact Of Fish Stocking On Aquatic Insects

Termites Can Reproduce Sexually And Asexually


Nobel laureate Obama adviser on a new era for science in the US

Harold E. Varmus

Biological Warfare

Structure Of Protein That Makes Cancer Cells Resistant To Chemotherapy Identified

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Insight Into The Way Nicotine Works In The Brain


Health Canada puts foot down on electronic cigarettes

Time (and PPAR-beta/delta) Heals All Wounds

Researchers Pump Up Artificial Muscles

Hollow Gold Nanospheres Show Promise For Biomedical And Other Applications

New Device Helps Control Disease-causing Ticks

Ixodes scapularis

Amblyomma americanum

U.S. to push for U.N. climate deal

Solar Activity And Climate Change: New Sun-Watching Satellite To Monitor Sunlight Fluctuations

Glory satellite mission profile

Atlantic Warming Mainly Due To Dust Reduction?

Airborne Acid May Help Soot Turn Into Cloud Seeds

Climate Change Redraws the Map

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