A gardener in Pasco County recently found a giant African land snail—or what Florida officials call “one of the most damaging snails in the world.”This article was originally published on this website.
A cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) system that can accurately predict the areas of an image where a person is most likely to look has been created by scientists at Cardiff University.This article was originally published […]
Kazakhstan is considering culls of its endangered saiga antelope, the ecology ministry told AFP Thursday, after citing scientific advice about the threat posed to agriculture since the population rebounded.This article was originally published on this […]
Cooperation is a core part of life for many organisms, ranging from microbes to complex multicellular life. It emerges when individuals share resources or partition a task in such a way that each derives a […]
A new study led by the Landscape Ecological Forest Planning Lab at University of Tuscia (Viterbo, Italy) realized in cooperation with the alpine detachment of the University of Milan (UNIMONT) and published in the Journal […]
To halt biodiversity loss, the future design of EU agricultural policy could be guided by six basic principles and accompanied by multi-annual agreements and progressive payment systems. These are at the core of recommendations made […]
Important, yet often neglected, tadpoles play a critical role in the ecology of aquatic habitats. On 279 pages, a new book presents descriptions for 99 species from the southeast Asian island of Borneo, covering all […]
Parasites that cause severe diarrhea are likely to become more virulent because of the speed at which they are exchanging their DNA and evolving—according to new research from the University of East Anglia.This article was […]
A crewless robotic boat retracing the 1620 sea voyage of the Mayflower has landed near Plymouth Rock.This article was originally published on this website.
Scientists are working on diagnostic techniques that could sniff out chemical compounds from breath, sweat, tears and other bodily emissions and that act as fingerprints of thousands of diseases.This article was originally published on this […]