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Urogenital system of the Blue-fronted Amazon 作者 AnkatsArtThese Illustrations are part of a project about the arteficial inseminat...

Urogenital system of the Blue-fronted Amazon 作者 AnkatsArtThese Illustrations are part of a project about the arteficial inseminat...

The Zoology of the voyage of H.M.S. Samarang, under the command of Captain Sir Edward Belcher, C.B., F.R.A.S., F.G.S. 1843-1846

The Zoology of the voyage of H. Samarang, under the command of Captain Sir Edward Belcher, C.

Design Academy Eindhoven Master Information Design 2013 -- Head of Department  Joost Grootens  Mentors  Joost Grootens  Gert Staal  Nikki Gonnissen  Arthur Roeloffzen   Thesis Mentor  Gert Staal  -- Click here for more info --> http://cargocollective.com/echoooo

Artist Transforms Obsolete Devices into Autonomous Drawing Machines, Echo Yang, 2014

‘Formiga maluca’ brasileira invade EUA e provoca apagões - economia - geral - Estadão

Inadimplência cresce 6,5% no 1º trimestre, indica Serasa

Invasive Crazy Ants Are Displacing Fire Ants, Researchers Find

NPR: Worms' Bright Blue Death Could Shed Light On Human Aging. Cell by cell, over the course of a few hours — or a few minutes, if the worm is under great duress — the chemical cascade of death advances. But, says Gems, interfering with that process by tinkering with genes has some pretty dramatic consequences.

Worms' Bright Blue Death Could Shed Light On Human Aging

NPR: Worms' Bright Blue Death Could Shed Light On Human Aging. Cell by cell, over the course of a few hours — or a few minutes, if the worm is under great duress — the chemical cascade of death advances. But, says Gems, interfering with that process by tinkering with genes has some pretty dramatic consequences.

Saturn’s Moon Iapetus has a unique feature which was, until recently, a complete mystery. Running along its equator is this weird ridge of mountains. The mountains run exactly along the equator, are perfectly straight, and—so far—...

Saturn’s Moon Iapetus has a unique feature which was, until recently, a complete mystery. Running along its equator is this weird ridge of mountains. The mountains run exactly along the equator, are perfectly straight, and—so far—.

Epigenomics starts to make its mark—Analysis of chemical patterns on DNA shows promise for explaining disease, but few results have yet been replicated.

Epigenomics starts to make its mark—Analysis of chemical patterns on DNA shows promise for explaining disease, but few results have yet been replicated

What to do if you find a baby songbird out of the nest.

What to do if you find a wee baby dromaeosaurus out of its nest

What to do if you find a baby songbird out of the nest.

Galaxy Wonders » 2013 Eta Aquarid Meteor, Visit our Website for more Info and Pictures

Nothing compares to that Texas sky Astrophotographer Sergio Garcia Rill sent in a photo of an Eta Aquarid meteor and the center of our galaxy, the Milky Way, taken in Garner State Park, Texas, on May

Rothman, Schekman et Südhof comparti le Nobel de Medicament

James Rothman and Randy Schekman, both from the US, and Thomas Sudhof get 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology /Medicine

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-----looks like a brilliant green phoenix------ X-flares - sat.March the strongest solar flare - huge coronal mass ejection that lite up the sky-will produce auroras in the sky of April

A Little Bird Either Learns Its Name Or Dies ~ By Robert Krulwich, 28 May 2014 | Names are useful. We use them to catch someone's attention, to talk about them. Do animals create names for each other like we do? Yes, turns out. Here's a crazy example, with a dastardly back story. Image: Robert Krulwich/NPR

A Little Bird Either Learns Its Name Or Dies

We use them to catch someone's attention, to talk about them. Do animals create names for each other like we do? Yes, turns out. Here's a crazy example, with a dastardly back story.

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‘Extinct’ shark species rediscovered at fish market

smoothtooth blacktip shark Shark Species Thought to Be Extinct Found in Fish Market After more than a century, the smoothtooth blacktip shark has been rediscovered