What looks like balls of yarn found at the bargain bin of the local knitting shop are clusters of an unspecified algal species.
By The Scientist Staff | June 21, 2013
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January 19, 2014
These are dinoflagellates, which with diatom and cyanobacterial picoplankton form the primary producers in ocean waters
By Jenny Rood
Researchers identify a neural circuit that controls feelings of fullness in mice.
By Amanda B. Keener
Scientists re-engineer a Cas9 enzyme that naturally targets bacterial RNA to stymie hepatitis C inside human cells.
By The Scientist Staff
Researchers sampling deep ocean waters off the Louisiana coast in 2010 found this five-and-a-half-inch-long pocket shark (Mollisquama sp.), which is named for a hole behind its pectoral fin and represents only the second known specimen of its genus.
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