Hidden carbon layer may have sparked ancient bout of global warming | Science

There is no perfect parallel in Earth’s past for present-day climate change — human-driven warming is simply happening too fast and furiously. The closest analog came 56 million years ago, when over the course of 3000 to 5000 years, greenhouse gases soared in the atmosphere, causing at least 5 ° C of warming and pushing … Read more

The Biology of Bonsai Trees: The Science Behind the Traditional Japanese Art Form

The art of bonsai originated in China. As subsequently refined in Japan, its techniques produce miniature trees that give aesthetic pleasure to people all around Asia and the wider world beyond. This appreciation is reflected in the couple-on-the-street interview footage incorporated into “The Biology Behind Bonsai Trees,” the video above from Youtuber Jonny Lim, better … Read more

Jupiter Wellness Acquires the Assets of Applied Biology Inc., a Leading Biotechnology Company Specializing in Hair and Skin Science

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your 1-week free trial to StreetInsider Premium here. Assets include issued patents, patent applications, products, clinical trial results, licensing agreements Applied Biology generated approximately $ 8 million in revenues and $ 3 million in EBITDA in 2021 (unaudited) Regulatory expertise with US … Read more

National Science Foundation grant to support Hispanic biology majors at Bloomfield College – Essex News Daily

BLOOMFIELD, NJ – Bloomfield College was recently awarded a National Science Foundation grant in the amount of $ 199,989 for its student academic support project “Interventions to Improve Academic Performance of Biology Majors at Bloomfield College.” “The immediate goal of this program is to support our first-year biology majors to succeed in their first year … Read more

Evolutionary biology: The greening ashore: Trends in Plant Science cover story: — ScienceDaily

A team led by evolutionary biologist Prof. Dr. Sven Gould of Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf (HHU) has been studying the current state of research on the land colonization plant that occurred some 500 million years ago. The findings from this illustrated overview study published by Dr. Mona Schreiber as lead author have now appeared in … Read more

Answering, ‘How did Bethany Falls limestone get its name?’ 

Share this story Published June 13th, 2022 at 4:38 PM Above image credit: An old newspaper clipping showing geologist Richard Gentile who says, “Kansas City is literally built around this rock.” Another clipping describes the benefits of using limestone for structures such as homes. (Vicky Diaz-Camacho | Flatland) Avid hiker and outdoor enthusiast Darin Good, … Read more

The Dawning of Antarctica – a history of early Antarctic exploration – The Science Show

Pat Quilty [archival]: In the beginning of 1985 I went to our station at Davis. We had recognized a few months earlier that some of the rocks in the Davis region, instead of being 5,000-8,000 years old were 4-4.5 million years old, and this gave them a lot of importance because rocks of that age … Read more

The coast of the giants: footprints in the Gulf of Cadiz confirm the coexistence of massive aurochs with Neanderthals and other large animals | Science & Tech

Digital recreation of an uros.José María Galán A footprint on the ground is much more than a mark. It can reveal information about what or who left it, what it was doing at that time, what the environment was like, where it was wandering, its weight, its size and its habits. For researchers studying prehistoric … Read more

Where science meets fiction: the dark history of eugenics | Genetics

It’s a quirk of history that the foundations of modern biology – and as a consequence, some of the worst atrocities of the 20th century – should rely so heavily on peas. Cast your mind back to school biology, and Gregor Mendel, whose 200th birthday we mark next month. Though Mendel is invariably described as … Read more

SUNY science students’ research yields new findings about Chautauqua Lake | News, Sports, Jobs

Researchers are gaining a better understanding of factors that can influence the growth of harmful algae blooms in Chautauqua Lake, thanks to research compiled last summer by two undergraduate science students at the State University of New York at Fredonia. Kasey Crandall of Stockton, who graduated in May with a BS in … Read more