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Have We Saved the Sharks?

“In China victory for wildlife conservation as citizens persuaded to give up shark fin soup.” This October 19 headline in the Washington Post was one that marine... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Mushrooms Create Their Own Breeze

Mushrooms must scatter their spores to make little mushrooms. And we've long assumed that they rely on a friendly breeze for spore spreading. But a new study shows that mushrooms can create their... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Good Microbes make Good Pets

THIS is good scicomm. Why? Well, for many reasons – good writing, good sound, good editing – but by far the most apparent, the reason most people will sit up and take note is because of... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

`Forest Giraffe' Now Endangered: Okapi Populations Drop 50 Percent in 18 Years

Better late than never? This week the International Union for Conservation of Natural Resources, which publishes the IUCN Red List of threatened species, listed the rare and iconic okapi ( Okapia... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Live Google Hangout with Dino Discoverers

lundi 25 novembre 2013 — Evolution,More Science
At approximately 2pm today, I’m hosting a live interview with Lindsay Zanno and Pete Makovicky, two paleontologists who just published their remarkable new dinosaur discovery – of one of... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Human Health Depends on a Healthy Environment

What is the value of an intact rainforest ? From a people perspective, maybe it's more useful turned into lumber and cropland. [More] -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

A-t-on vraiment besoin du chromosome Y ?

dimanche 24 novembre 2013 par Pierre Barthélémy — Biologie, Génétique, Chromosome Y, Gènes, Infertilité, Sexe, Spermatozoïdes, Testicules
Chez l'humain, le sexe est déterminé par deux chromosomes, le X et le Y. Une paire de X donne une fille, un X et Y un garçon. Mais, alors que le X est porteur de plusieurs centaines de gènes utiles … Continuer la lecture →

Sunday Species Snapshot: Rothschild's Giraffe

dimanche 24 novembre 2013 — Energy & Sustainability,More Science,Evolution
Fewer than 700 of these endangered giraffes remain in the wild. Species name: Rothschild’s giraffe, a.k.a. the Baringo or Ugandan giraffe ( Giraffa camelopardalis rothschildi ), one as many... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Geologizing with Doctor Who

samedi 23 novembre 2013 — Evolution,More Science,Space,Technology
November 23, 1963 the first episode of the British science-fiction television programme “ Doctor Who* ” was broadcast. The series follows the adventures of the “ Doctor “,... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

The amazing Hook Island sea monster photos, revisited

samedi 23 novembre 2013 — Evolution
Robert Le Serrec's Hook Island sea monster, supposedly photographed December 12th 1964. Long-time readers of Tet Zoo might remember Sea Monster Week: a series of articles I ran at Tet Zoo ver 2... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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