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Lizards’ Green Blood Evolved Four Times

By Kerry Grens | May 16, 2018

The uncommon hue is present in skinks that aren’t closely related, but the advantage of the odd trait remains anyone’s guess.  

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Men received both more and larger grants than women did, ending up with three times as much funding on average.

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Image of the Day: Hold My Brood

By The Scientist Staff | May 9, 2018

Cuckoo catfish trick cichlids into caring for their eggs in a strategy known as brood parasitism.

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The UK-based biomedical research charity says researchers or institutions that fail to report misconduct will risk losing grants.

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Image of the Day: Bird Braincase

By The Scientist Staff | May 4, 2018

Newly discovered fossils shed light on the structure of the feeding apparatus of ancient seabirds.

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A study finds two species of guenon monkeys in Tanzania have been mating and producing fertile offspring for generations.

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The budget is smaller than what some researchers hoped for, and too high for at least one EU member state.

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Under a new policy, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke will provide fewer grants to labs receiving more than $1 million in funds.

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The agency says it has taken various steps to ensure the privacy of participants’ data. 

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The extracellular matrix appears to inhibit regeneration; but scientists debate whether heart muscle really comes back.  

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