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. Explore the University of Tokyo research team’s findings on how warm-blooded animals like humans, birds, and mammals keep their brains cool. Learn how endotherms have bigger nasal cavities and more developed turbinates compared to cold-blooded animals and how a theropod dinosaur couldn’t control temperature as efficiently, hinting at a less developed brain. Unlock new insights and discoveries about this unique evolution of warm-blooded species.
Discover the unseen worlds of single-celled microbes, as researchers from the University of Innsbruck's Department of Ecology uncover thousands of previously unknown viruses embedded into the DNA. Prof. Ruben Sommaruga, Dr. Christopher Bellas and Marie-Sophie Plakolb studied their function and revealed their part in protecting the host cell. The study, funded by the Austrian Science Fund, is published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
Explore the science behind an amazing discovery: an international team of researchers have found that the yellow crazy ant has a unique reproductive system featuring males with two sets of chromosomes, an astonishing difference observed only in a few species around the world. Dr. Hugo Darras, lead author of a research paper released in Science magazine, is a professor at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. Learn how the team uncovered how this species reproduces and how this discovery may change the way we look at insect biology.