Photo of Xenopus laevis tadpole that Researchers injected cyanobacteria into
Caught on Camera
Selected images from the-scientist.com
Caught on Camera
Caught on Camera

Selected images from the-scientist.com

Selected images from the-scientist.com

ABOVE: Suzan Özugur and Hans Straka
dinosaur egg
Long Egg Incubations May Have Doomed the Dinosaurs
Diana Kwon | Jan 4, 2017
An investigation of fossilized teeth reveals that some dinosaurs took more than six months to hatch, hindering their abilities to procreate quickly and efficiently.
Taking a Dino’s Temperature
Bob Grant | Oct 15, 2015
Researchers develop a method for estimating the body temperatures of long-extinct species, and suggest that dinosaurs operated somewhere between endothermy and exothermy.
Cretaceous Easter Eggs
Cristina Luiggi | Apr 9, 2012
Researchers discover a 70-million-year-old egg that belonged to a small, bird-like meat-eating dinosaur.