Celebrated Brazilian Bee Scientist Warwick Kerr Dies
Celebrated Brazilian Bee Scientist Warwick Kerr Dies
Revered as a humanitarian and scientist, Kerr was also blamed for the introduction of aggressive Africanized bees to the Americas.
Celebrated Brazilian Bee Scientist Warwick Kerr Dies
Celebrated Brazilian Bee Scientist Warwick Kerr Dies

Revered as a humanitarian and scientist, Kerr was also blamed for the introduction of aggressive Africanized bees to the Americas.

Revered as a humanitarian and scientist, Kerr was also blamed for the introduction of aggressive Africanized bees to the Americas.

Brazil
What Was Lost in the Fire that Destroyed Brazil’s Largest Museum
What Was Lost in the Fire that Destroyed Brazil’s Largest Museum
Marcia Triunfol | Sep 4, 2018
Scientists work to help relocate colleagues who lost everything.
Opinion: The Value of Collaborations in the Emerging and Developing World
Opinion: The Value of Collaborations in the Emerging and Developing World
Mohamed Boudjelal | Aug 20, 2018
Scientists can foster new talent, find new funding options, and tap into business opportunities by forging relationships between researchers in emerging, developing and developed nations.
Mouse Pups Infected With Zika Show Symptoms Into Adulthood
Mouse Pups Infected With Zika Show Symptoms Into Adulthood
Ashley Yeager | Jun 6, 2018
The results suggest the virus could severely alter brain development in infants infected after birth, but blocking a signaling protein early on might ease certain symptoms.
How Corpse-Eating Beetles Avoid Infection
How Corpse-Eating Beetles Avoid Infection
Yao-Hua Law | Jun 1, 2018
Some beetle species may have evolved to tunnel into the ground to escape the pathogens that abound on dead and rotting animals.
Ruth Nussenzweig, Malaria Researcher, Dies
Ruth Nussenzweig, Malaria Researcher, Dies
Jim Daley | Apr 5, 2018
The microbiologist’s research led to the development of the first human malaria vaccine.
Image of the Day: Giant Virus
Image of the Day: Giant Virus
The Scientist Staff, The Scientist Staff | Feb 28, 2018
The Tupanvirus is named for the South American Guarani God of Thunder.
Shotgun Sequencing Outdone by Amplicon
Shotgun Sequencing Outdone by Amplicon
Catherine Offord | Aug 8, 2017
The shotgun approach, typically thought to be the superior method, may substantially underestimate diversity in environments that have not already been classified, researchers find.
A Snake Species Not Seen Alive for 64 Years Appears in Brazil
A Snake Species Not Seen Alive for 64 Years Appears in Brazil
Ignacio Amigo | Jun 1, 2017
Locals helped researchers find the extremely rare boa.
Snake Secrets
Snake Secrets
The Scientist Staff | May 31, 2017
See a boa species that scientists hadn't witnessed alive in more than 50 years.