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New Study Shows How Complex Bonobo Communication Is...

Diterbitkan pada Tuesday, 4 August 2015 Pukul 11.00

Dr Zanna Clay, from the University of Birmingham's School of Psychology, who led the study, said: 'When I studied the bonobos in their native setting in Congo, I was struck by how frequent their peeps were, and how many different The research, published in the journal PeerJ, also found that the peeps made in emotionally negative circumstances, such as an aggressive encounter, or in response to predators, demonstrate a pattern more typical to Related Stories 

New Studies Contradict Earlier Findings On Rett Syndrome

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 20 May 2015 Pukul 22.29

The four independent research groups decided to pool their findings into a single manuscript, which they submitted to Nature, the same journal where the original study was published. The new studies found that bone marrow 

Who's Top Dog? New Research Sorts Dominant And...

Diterbitkan pada Thursday, 27 August 2015 Pukul 12.50

In the first quantitative study on status behaviour in a stable group of domestic dogs, Dutch researchers have identified and categorised dog behaviours most consistently associated with dominance and submission. The new study, published today in the journal PLOS ONE, adds some quantitative data to a debate usually infused with opinion. This story is published courtesy of The Conversation (under Creative Commons-Attribution/No derivatives).

Scientists Ask, Peer Review On Fast Track At What Price?

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 1 April 2015 Pukul 9.35

A fast-track peer-review trial is in the news. A Nature Publishing Group (NPG) -owned journal's editorial board member has resigned in protest over a pilot project where researchers pay for faster peer review. Mark Maslin, Since March 24, authors of biology papers who pay an additional $750 can enjoy a fast track where the journal decides on the submission within three weeks. London-based .. Feature Stories · Latest news · Week's top · Archive · iPhone iPad 

Study Of Holocaust Survivors Finds Trauma Passed On To...

Diterbitkan pada Friday, 21 August 2015 Pukul 17.40

The conclusion from a research team at New York's Mount Sinai hospital led by Rachel Yehuda stems from the genetic study of 32 Jewish men and women who had either been interned in a Nazi concentration camp, provides the first demonstration of transmission of pre-conception stress effects resulting in epigenetic changes in both the exposed parents and their offspring in humans,” said Yehuda, whose work was published in Biological Psychiatry. More news 

Mental Math Helps Monk Parakeets Find Their Place In...

Diterbitkan pada Thursday, 10 September 2015 Pukul 18.00

The study published today in the PLOS Computational Biology sheds new light on how socially complex animal societies evolve and how dominance hierarchies are established. A socially and cognitively complex species, 

Kiwi Bird Genome Sequenced

Diterbitkan pada Thursday, 23 July 2015 Pukul 0.00

The kiwi is the national symbol of New Zealand and belongs to a group of birds called ratites that also includes the extinguished New Zealand moa as well as flightless birds like ostrich, emu and rhea. Following human 

Amazonian Native Americans Share Genetic Link With...

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 22 July 2015 Pukul 13.29

A new study, published in the journal Nature, shows that some Amazonian Native Americans descend partly from a Native American population that carried ancestry more closely related to the indigenous peoples of 

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