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Grassland earless dragons

samedi 4 janvier 2014 — Evolution
Captive Grassland earless dragon climbing in tussock; image by Tony Gamble, used with permission. Today: LIZARDS. Even better: obscure Australian agamids, or dragon lizards, or dragons, if you... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

La sélection scientifique de la semaine (numéro 103)

En Chine, plus de 33 000 kilomètres carrés de terres agricoles (soit plus que la superficie de la Belgique) sont désormais impropres aux cultures en raison de la pollution des sols. (en anglais) - Un coup de projecteur sur ces … Continuer la lecture (...)

Les neurosciences ont-elles leur place au tribunal ?

L'homme torse nu sur la photo ci-dessus n'est pas un enfant de chœur. Le cliché date du 19 août 2010. Le 30 juillet précédent, John McCluskey, condamné à plusieurs décennies d'emprisonnement pour meurtre, attaques à main armée et enlèvement, s'est évadé … Continuer la lecture (...)

When Was the Last Time Volcanoes Erupted on the East Coast?

Volcanoes on the East Coast of North America are more recent than you think—and they may be why the region still suffers relatively large earthquakes -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

When Was the Last Time Volcanoes Erupted on the East Coast?

How Mole Hill in Virginia became a mountain is an old story, but not as old as some geologists think. The reason for that has to do with volcanoes--and may help explain why the U.S. East Coast, so... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Are Straight Women and Gay Men "Natural Allies"? An Evolutionary Account

jeudi 2 janvier 2014 — Evolution,Mind & Brain
Still from the movie G.B.F (2013, "Gay Best Friend") Not every gay man has a female best friend, nor does every straight woman have a gay man as her most trusted confidant. But according to a... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Octopuses Make Food for Weird Critters

jeudi 2 janvier 2014 — Evolution,More Science
Image courtesy of Flickr/Photomatt28 Along with us humans, a range of hungry hunters prey on the scrumptious octopus . [More] -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Of vole plagues and hip glands

jeudi 2 janvier 2014 — Evolution
Bank vole, aka Red vole, Wood vole or Red-backed vole. Image by soebe, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. You’ll already know what voles are.... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

The Most Fascinating Human Evolution Discoveries of 2013

mercredi 1er janvier 2014 — Evolution
Sahelanthropus tchadensis had a tiny brain, but one that had nonetheless undergone some reorganization toward the human condition. Image: Didier Descouens, via Wikimedia Commons Wow. I’ve... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Voices, silence, strength and Judith Lumley: A women in science mentoring tale

Judith Lumley AM, Professor Emeritus, in 2008 It began, as life changes often do, when I bought a book. It was in Sydney and I wrote the year in it: 1982. [More] -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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