26 October 2019

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Scientists worldwide join strikes for climate change

From Bangkok to Brisbane, researchers are among those protesting today to urge action on global warming.

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Scientists to Join Teens in Global Climate Strike

Those who plan to participate say communication is critical to researchers’ role.

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To grow or to flower: Genes IDed in early land plant descendant also found in modern crops

Since they first arrived on land, plants have likely been using the same genetic tools to regulate whether they grow bigger or reproduce.

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Long lost human relative unveiled

First glimpse at what ancient Denisovans may have looked like

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How to construct a protein factory

The complexity of molecular structures in the cell is amazing. Having achieved great success in elucidating these structures in recent years, biologists are now taking on the next challenge: to find out more about how they are constructed.

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Dust cloud sparked explosion in primitive life on Earth, say scientists

Smashing of monster asteroid half a billion years ago thought to have caused mini ice age

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