The biting, parasitic lousefly (Crataerina pallida) spends its entire life on its host, the common swift (Apus apus).
By The Scientist Staff | December 12, 2012
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By Kerry Grens
The Food and Drug Administration lays out a plan so that farmers will no longer use antibiotics to fatten up animals.
By Bob Grant
US science may get temporary respite from across-the-board funding cuts that have been squeezing research budgets for more than 10 months.
By Tracy Vence
A new analysis finds is no link between a researcher’s citations and Twitter mentions of her scientific research.
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