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Surprising glacial and nearly ice-free periods in last 66 million years New research by Rutgers scientists reaffirms that modern sea-level rise is linked to human activities and not to changes in Earth’s...
Asian giant hornets will swarm a honeybee hive with the purpose of decapitating thousands of bees and taking away their thoraxes to feed to the hornets’ young. On rare occasions, they will attack humans,...
Early-career researchers hang in the balance of coronavirus uncertainty. By Jenessa Duncombe, Eos, Science News by AGU, Staff Writer Daniel Gilford has studied climate science for nearly a decade, and...
by Todd Bates Algae in the oceans often steal genes from bacteria to gain beneficial attributes, such as the ability to tolerate stressful environments or break down carbohydrates for food, according to a...