The disease can present, progress and respond to treatments differently in men and women
A new paper argues the condition now known as “dissociative identity disorder” might help us understand the fundamental nature of reality
Big or small, the teeth or carnivorous dinosaurs were adapted to a particular method of shredding flesh
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Speculative reconstruction of Eurazhdarcho langendorfensis (in quad launching pose), by Mark Witton. From Vremir et al. (2013). Another day, another new paper out in PLOS ONE .
One of the world's smallest penguins has nearly doubled the size of its population in the past decade and much of the credit is due to the farmer who owns the land where many of the penguins breed.White-flippered penguins ( Eudyptula albosignata ), also known as korora, are endemic to the Canterbury region of New Zealand, where the birds have just two major breeding sites, remote Motunau Island and the volcanic headlands of the Banks Peninsula.
On the plane to North Carolina. Clouds! Photo taken by me. I spent this afternoon at a workshop on Rapid Media Prototyping, as part of ScienceOnline 2013 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Fuel cell vehicles are back in the news this week with the announcement of a new innovation partnership. According to the three auto-manufacturing heavyweights involved - Daimler, Ford, and Renault-Nissan - this new collaborative partnership approach will allow the industry to bring fuel cell vehicles to driveways around the world.
This marks the 2nd annual ScienceArt Gallery at ScienceOnline - this year featuring talent from the attendees themselves!There are more talented illustrators, comic artists, photographers and visual people than these attending - and since both Kalliopi and myself are in NC we'll see ho else we can profile here on Symbiartic.With apologies to Jason G.
When it comes to science, ours is a paradoxical era. On the one hand, prominent physicists proclaim that they are solving the riddle of reality and hence finally displacing religious myths of creation.
“If it weren’t for those meddling kids!” That was the punch line for every Scooby Doo episode. It also is the overly simple narrative that many in the media have spun about the last financial crisis.
Overnight, we sampled depths between 3000 and 3500 meters along a gradual slope. Both landers worked well, and provided some excellent footage of fish attracted to the bait.
This is a guest post by Nathan Sanders, a PhD student at Harvard University and a writer at Astrobites .–Understanding science is hard. This is true even for well educated and highly motivated readers, like college students earning science degrees.
Scicurious Guest Writer! Sleight of Hand, Sleight of Mind: Illusions, Delusions and the Immune System
Please welcome this month's Scicurious Guest Writer, Phil Corlett!! We often make a distinction between brains and brawn, between the mind and the body.
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