Jeff Benca is an admitted über-geek when it comes to prehistoric plants, so it was no surprise that, when he submitted a paper describing a new species of long-extinct lycopod for publication, he ditched the standard line Today, lycopods are represented by a group of inconspicuous plants called club mosses, quillworts and spikemosses. Both living and extinct lycopods have fascinated Benca since high . Feature Stories · Latest news · Week's top · Archive.
The research, published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE, was led by Professor Daniel Mills, Professor of Veterinary Behavioural Medicine at the University of Lincoln's School of Life Sciences, along with Alice Potter – who
Published: July 23, 2015 3:44 pm (G.J. McCarthy/The Dallas Morning News) Energy Future's attorneys filed a new reorganization plan in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware Thursday and stated the company was now “working to reach rapid closure” with a consortium led by Hunt Consolidated, the energy and real estate The filing reversed course from a month ago when Energy Future backed a group led by the investment firm Fidelity to take over Oncor. At the
A new study shows how biodiversity inventories can be accelerated with DNA barcoding and rapid publishing techniques, making it possible to survey a nature reserve in just four months. The final With a coordinated effort, we could implement this model in parks, conservation areas and reserves across the world and take a much needed step in filling in the blank pages of the story of life on earth." Explore Owner-pet blues softened with PetBot, dogs send selfies.
A new study led by bioengineers at the University of California, San Diego defines the core set of genes and functions that a bacterial cell needs to sustain life. The research, which answers the fundamental question of what
Google co-founder and Alphabet president Sergey Brin published a blog post this morning announcing Life Sciences as the first new company created under the Alphabet umbrella. The move was expected,
Indeed, in the short span of 30 minutes between that brief interview and the publication of this story, several of the Impact Team's Web links were no longer responding. “We're not denying this happened,” Biderman said.
The Ku Klux Klan was holding a rally in the northeast Georgia community of Gainesville, where the white supremacist group hoped to breathe some life into its flagging revival campaign of the late 1980s and early '90s. Even those involved with the original publication don't remember why or how they dug up Robertson's photo, but once it was unearthed from the anti-hate organization's extensive archive of news clippings, everyone knew it was a perfect fit for the
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