Bacteria found to contribute to the modulation of animal behavior

An increasingly important field of work in modern life sciences is the study of the symbiotic coexistence of animals, plants, and humans with their specific microbial populations. In recent years, researchers have gathered ...

Visualizing 'traffic jams' inside living cells

Researchers at the IBS Center for Molecular Spectroscopy and Dynamics (IBS CMSD), led by Director Cho Minhaeng and Professor Hong Seok-Cheol, have unveiled a revolutionary label-free microscopy technique—the Cargo-Localization ...

HAARP artificial airglow may be widely visible in Alaska

Alaskans and visitors may be able to see an artificial airglow in the sky created by the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program during a four-day research campaign that starts Saturday.

Rats have an imagination, new research finds

As humans, we live in our thoughts: from pondering what to make for dinner to daydreaming about our last beach vacation. Now, researchers at HHMI's Janelia Research Campus have found that animals also possess an imagination.

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