How the brain helps us make good decisions – and bad ones
Three distinct circuits connecting to different brain regions are involved in making good decisions, bad ones and determining which of those past choices to store in memory.
25 Jun 2019 ⋅ Neuron
More energy needed to cope with climate change
The largest changes in demand are due to electricity needed for cooling, and occur in the industry and service sectors of the economy.
24 Jun 2019 ⋅ Nature Communications
Foodie calls: Dating for a free meal (rather than a relationship)
When it comes to getting a date, there's any number of ways people can present themselves and their interests.
21 Jun 2019 ⋅ Social Psychological and Personality Science
Cities are key to saving monarch butterflies
21 Jun 2019 ⋅ Frontiers of Ecology and Evolution
Skin bacteria could save frogs from virus
Bacteria living on the skin of frogs could save them from a deadly virus, new research suggests.
21 Jun 2019 ⋅ Frontiers in Microbiology
The gym proving too expensive or time consuming?
Home-HIT might be the workout that brings quick, simple exercises to the masses.
21 Jun 2019 ⋅ The Journal of Physiology
How in times of trouble animals also stand together
The threat of war unites mongoose group members.
19 Jun 2019 ⋅ Behavioral Ecology
The new ‘Great Wave’
Radical Inkless Technology produces the world's smallest 'Ukiyo-e' and promises to revolutionize how we print.
19 Jun 2019 ⋅ Nature
Study reveals key locations for declining songbird
Many of North America's migratory songbirds, which undertake awe-inspiring journeys twice a year, are declining at alarming rates.
19 Jun 2019 ⋅ The Condor: Ornithological Applications
Leaving microbes out of climate change conversation has major consequences, experts warn
More than 30 microbiologists from 9 countries have issued a warning to humanity - they are calling for the world to stop ignoring an 'unseen majority' in Earth's biodiversity and ecosystem when addressing climate change.
18 Jun 2019 ⋅ Nature Reviews Microbiology