CSI Tromsø: Where Forensics meets Vikings Posted August 22, 2018 by post-info Insect remains have their own tale to tell in the mystery that surrounds the Øsknes Viking burial boat, as Eva Pangiotakopulu
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0000-0002-8715-2896 Native invaders: a chink in the armour of ecological policy? post-info Invasive species are widely recognised as a major threat to the functioning of ecosystems and conservation of wildlife in the 21st century.
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Addressing healthcare needs of women and mothers to ensure a healthy future post-info The first National Women’s Day was observed in the United States on February 28th 1909 in honour of the garment worker’s
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0000-0002-8715-2896 Taking a piece of home with you: Farming fungi in a new Azteca ant colony Posted February 22, 2018 by post-info Moving to a new home is usually accompanied with a long to-do
AddThis Sharing Buttons above Now that dinosaurs no longer roam the Earth, scientists use modern animals to understand how their ancient ancestors reproduced, walked, and even how they regulated their body temperature. While researchers continue
It’s starting to get colder in San Francisco, and the year-end holidays are soon to be upon us. This has made all of us on the PLOS ONE team excited to spend some time with
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Have you ever seen a lace bug? Don’t let their pretty name fool you—even though they’re dainty as a doily, they’re tough little bugs. You may have encountered lace bugs in your garden or on
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Since the PLOS San Francisco office is a quick car ride from the Monterey Bay Aquarium, so many of us at PLOS have been captivated by jellyfish movements. They are simply mesmerizing to watch as they travel through the water. … Continue reading
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The size, shape, and solidity of an egg can tell us a lot, but until we can see inside, there is still an opportunity for surprise. Unfortunately, when you have an ancient fossilized lizard egg, you can’t just crack it … Continue reading
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Winnie the…Buzzard? The Oriental honey buzzard Pernis orientalis feeds primarily on honey and bee or wasp larvae. But how do they find their food? In the winter, thousands of Oriental honey buzzards migrate to Taiwan to forage. These migrating honey … Continue reading
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