First genome transplant changes one species into another
Scientists say Darwin's 'Tree of Life' not the theory of everything
Is there a homosexuality gene?
The evolution of intelligence, and why our brains have shrunk
Study finds facial expressions are inherited
New motor first to be powered by living bacteria
Evolution of Old World fruit flies on three continents mirrors climate change
Fast-warming climate appears to be triggering genetic changes in a species of fruit fly that is native to Europe and was introduced into North and South America about 25 years ago.
Uranium 'pearls' before slime
Since the discovery a little more than a decade ago of bacteria that chemically modify and neutralize toxic metals without apparent harm to themselves, scientists have wondered how on earth these microbes do ...
Ancient Global Warming Drove Early Primates' Dispersal
The continent-hopping habits of early primates have long puzzled scientists, and several scenarios have been proposed to explain how the first true members of the group appeared virtually simultaneously on Asia, Europe and ...
Cockroaches made to follow directions via wireless nerve stimulation
Color-coading gene sequences in human cells
The origins of polarized nervous systems
Study shows one reason why pigeons so rarely crash
Genetically speaking, mammals are more like their fathers
You might resemble or act more like your mother, but a novel research study from UNC School of Medicine researchers reveals that mammals are genetically more like their dads. Specifically, the research shows ...