Small pollen grains are visible in this scanning electron micrograph of the ragweed plant.
By The Scientist Staff | June 14, 2013
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Carlos Barbas III, a renowned organic chemist whose research helped in drug development, passed away at age 49.
Owlflies are an ancient group that date back to the mid-Mesozoic era. They are only distantly related to fruit flies and dragonflies; their closest living relatives are antlions, or doodle bugs.
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