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April 09, 2014
FLORA AND FAUNA
A new tiny species of crayfish from the swamps of coastal eastern Australia
London, UK (SPX) Apr 10, 2014
Hidden in one of Australia's most developed and fastest growing areas lives one of the world's smallest freshwater crayfish species. Robert B McCormack the Team Leader for the Australian Crayfish Project described the new species belonging to the genus Gramastacus, after 8 years of research in the swamps and creeks of coastal New South Wales, Australia. The study was published in the open access journal ZooKeys. Being a small crayfish species it has remained undescribed and undiscovered in one of ... read more
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CLIMATE SCIENCE

UC Geographers Develop a System to Track the Dynamics of Drought
University of Cincinnati researchers are at work tracking drought patterns across the United States. Qiusheng Wu, a doctoral student and research assistant for the UC Department of Geography, and Ho ... more
FARM NEWS

Tracking Sugar Movement in Plants
A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by scientists at the University of Queensland, Australia, overturns a long-held theory in plant science. Researchers at t ... more
FLORA AND FAUNA

Running geese give insight into low oxygen tolerance
A new study into how the world's highest flying bird, the bar-headed goose, is able to survive at extreme altitudes may have future implications for low oxygen medical conditions in humans. An ... more
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FLORA AND FAUNA

New study explains evolution of duplicate genes
From time to time, living cells will accidently make an extra copy of a gene during the normal replication process. Throughout the history of life, evolution has molded some of these seemingly super ... more


FROTH AND BUBBLE

Snowstorms and power outages present elevated risk for carbon monoxide poisoning
While preventable, carbon monoxide poisoning is a serious and sometimes fatal condition. Large weather events, such as snowstorms and heavy storms that cause power outages, can lead to an increase i ... more
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INTERN DAILY

Novel plant biotechnology approach for sustainable production of pharmaceutical compounds
European scientists have made ground-breaking discoveries for improving the efficiency of the production of pharmaceuticals through plant biotechnology. Biotechnological production offers a cost-eff ... more
WATER WORLD

Longer catch-and-release time leaves largemouth bass nests more vulnerable to predators
During spawning season, a largemouth bass male attentively guards its nest. Recent research at the University of Illinois found that catch-and-release angling could give bass predators the perfect o ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
Elusive quantum transformations found near absolute zero

Three's a charm: NIST detectors reveal entangled photon triplets

Making quantum dots glow brighter

UCI team is first to capture motion of single molecule in real time

Border stand-off overshadows China leader's India trip

Finnish Greens quit government in nuclear row

Asia's billionaires see fastest wealth growth: report

INTERN DAILY

Self-assembled superlattices create molecular machines with 'hinges' and 'gears'
A combined computational and experimental study of self-assembled silver-based structures known as superlattices has revealed an unusual and unexpected behavior: arrays of gear-like molecular-scale ... more
FLORA AND FAUNA

Sea Otters Can Get the Flu, Too
Northern sea otters living off the coast of Washington state were infected with the same H1N1 flu virus that caused the world-wide pandemic in 2009, according to a new U.S. Geological Survey and Cen ... more
BLUE SKY

Like a giant elevator to the stratosphere
An international team of researchers headed by Potsdam scientist Dr. Markus Rex from the Alfred Wegener Institute has discovered a previously unknown atmospheric phenomenon over the South Seas. Over ... more
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EARTH OBSERVATION

DMCii help Dutch company eLEAF provide much needed crop information to African farmers
eLEAF, a Netherlands-based high-tech company that supplies reliable, quantitative data on water and vegetation in order to support sustainable water use, increase food production, and protect enviro ... more
EARTH OBSERVATION

China preps satellite to help detect quakes
China's first test satellite for detecting electromagnetic anomalies from space will launch in 2016 in a move that is aimed at improving the country's earthquake monitoring network and moving its se ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Iran slams US as 'obsessed' with sanctions as talks resume

Ukraine says Russia masses troops on Ukraine border

Space control Airmen ensure constant communication

Russian Aerospace Defense Forces Again Dismiss Satellite Explosion Rumors

Founding Day of Air and Missile Defense Command of Aerospace Defense Forces

Twin crises could shape Obama's twilight years in office

Obama and US lawmakers turn up heat on IS

FARM NEWS

Field study shows why food quality will suffer with rising CO2
For the first time, a field test has demonstrated that elevated levels of carbon dioxide inhibit plants' assimilation of nitrate into proteins, indicating that the nutritional quality of food crops ... more
ICE WORLD

Permafrost thawing could accelerate global warming
A team of researchers lead by Florida State University have found new evidence that permafrost thawing is releasing large quantities of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere via plants, which could a ... more
ABOUT US

New method confirms humans and Neandertals interbred
Technical objections to the idea that Neandertals interbred with the ancestors of Eurasians have been overcome, thanks to a genome analysis method described in the April 2014 issue of the journal GE ... more
ABOUT US
New risk factors for avalanche trigger revealed

Obama to visit US landslide site as death toll rises

MH370 searchers detect promising acoustic lead


ABOUT US
Headwall Extends Global Reach in Asia/Pac and Israel

Hyperspectral Software Announced for Airborne Applications

Vanguard Space Technologies Antenna Reflectors on Amazonas Satellite Launch


ABOUT US
Longer catch-and-release time leaves largemouth bass nests more vulnerable to predators

Cyprus opens sewage plant in rare cross-communal effort

Not so dirty: Methane fuels life in pristine chalk rivers


ABOUT US
Finnish research improves the reliability of ice friction assessment

Permafrost thawing could accelerate global warming

Good pay, no crime: life is good in Chilean Antarctica

CLIMATE SCIENCE

Researchers find arid areas absorb unexpected amounts of atmospheric carbon
Researchers led by a Washington State University biologist have found that arid areas, among the biggest ecosystems on the planet, take up an unexpectedly large amount of carbon as levels of carbon ... more
CLIMATE SCIENCE

A Few Winners, But Many More Losers In Climate Change
Dramatic distribution losses and a few major distribution gains are forecasted for southwestern bird and reptile species as the climate changes, according to just-published research by scientists wi ... more
BLUE SKY

Scientists find missing piece of air particle equation hiding in the walls
Laboratory chamber walls have been stealing vapors, causing researchers to underestimate the formation of secondary organic aerosol in the atmosphere. A study published April 7 in PNAS Online ... more
CLIMATE SCIENCE

Climate Models Underestimate Costs to Future Generations
Future generations will have to pay more for today's carbon emissions than what governments across the world currently understand. The climate models used by policymakers around the world to estimat ... more
Space News from SpaceDaily.com
Amazon founder strikes deal to build US rocket engines

France raises heat on decision for next Ariane rocket

MIT researchers developing tight-fitting space suits of the future

Spaceship designer who helped send Gagarin into orbit dies at 92

Reinterpreting dark matter

India A New Contender in Asian Space Race or Technological Breakthrough

NASA Mars Spacecraft Ready for Sept. 21 Orbit Insertion

FARM NEWS

The tiniest greenhouse gas emitters

CLIMATE SCIENCE

Slowdown of global warming fleeting

FLORA AND FAUNA

Kayakers captures video of elusive oarfish

SINO DAILY

Ming-era 'chicken cup' breaks record for Chinese porcelain

CLIMATE SCIENCE

UN warns of drought crisis in Syria

DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Obama to visit US landslide site as death toll rises

DEMOCRACY

Web satire fosters change in communist Vietnam

CLIMATE SCIENCE

Fox News leads all TV news in misleading climate change coverage

WATER WORLD

Cyprus opens sewage plant in rare cross-communal effort

SINO DAILY

Anti-corruption activists back on trial in China

Death toll rises to 23 in Solomons floods

Not so dirty: Methane fuels life in pristine chalk rivers

New risk factors for avalanche trigger revealed

Taking action to deliver agriculture growth, jobs, food security in face of climate change

Climate change forces flower festival forward a month since 1960s

Saving plants from cyanide with carbon dioxide

Tracking sperm whales' ecology through stomach contents

Sage grouse losing habitat to fire as endangered species decision looms

Bacteria Get New Badge as Planet's Detoxifier

Finnish research improves the reliability of ice friction assessment

Hummingbird evolution soared after they invaded South America 22 million years ago

Save the caribou, save the boreal forest: ecologists

Tiananmen Square dissident warns Uighur militancy on the rise

MH370 searchers detect promising acoustic lead

Deserts soak up surprising amount of carbon dioxide

Japanese volcanic island swallows neighbor

Anti-corruption activists back on trial in China

Carbon cuts possible for manageable warming: experts

Strong aftershock rocks Chile

Bats find shelter at Nazi German defence line in Poland

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