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Mycelium: Trees and other plants are linked underground (Credit: All Canada Photos / Alamy)

Mycelium: Trees and other plants are linked underground (Credit: All Canada Photos / Alamy)

After being trained to pull strings by scientists, bees pass that knowledge onto other bees.

After being trained to pull strings by scientists, bees pass that knowledge onto other bees.

For the first time, scientists have pinned down a molecular process in the brain that helps to trigger schizophrenia. The researchers involved in the landmark study, which was published Wednesday in the journal Nature, say the discovery of this new genetic pathway probably reveals what goes wrong neurologically in a young person diagnosed with the devastating disorder

For the first time, scientists have pinned down a molecular process in the brain that helps to trigger schizophrenia. The researchers involved in the landmark study, which was published Wednesday in the journal Nature, say the discovery of this new genetic pathway probably reveals what goes wrong neurologically in a young person diagnosed with the devastating disorder

The gun used in the Orlando shooting is becoming mass shooters’ weapon of choice - The Washington Post

The gun used in the Orlando shooting is becoming mass shooters’ weapon of choice - The Washington Post

Humans have caused an explosion of never-before-seen minerals all over the Earth

Humans have caused an explosion of never-before-seen minerals all over the Earth

Migrating insects are usually overshadowed by birds. But a new study reveals how impressive — and important — their travels can be.

Migrating insects are usually overshadowed by birds. But a new study reveals how impressive — and important — their travels can be.

2016 TED Talk: "How trees talk to each other," by Suzanne Simard. "Ecologist Suzanne Simard has shown how trees use a network of soil fungi to communicate their needs and aid neighboring plants. Now she’s warning that threats like clear-cutting and climate change could disrupt these critical networks." More: http://e360.yale.edu/feature/exploring_how_and_why_trees_talk_to_each_other/3029/

2016 TED Talk: "How trees talk to each other," by Suzanne Simard. "Ecologist Suzanne Simard has shown how trees use a network of soil fungi to communicate their needs and aid neighboring plants. Now she’s warning that threats like clear-cutting and climate change could disrupt these critical networks." More: http://e360.yale.edu/feature/exploring_how_and_why_trees_talk_to_each_other/3029/

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