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Is Nutria the New Black?

Is Nutria the New Black?

Wearing this rodent on the runway could save Louisiana’s wetlands

By | Posted January 25, 2010

Bionic Bugs

Bionic Bugs

The Defense Department’s attempts to merge insects and electronics are benefiting science more than the military

By | Posted January 22, 2010

Deer Hunters at Risk

Deer Hunters at Risk

Lead bullets contaminate venison and can raise human blood lead levels

By | Posted January 8, 2010

Which Canine Curriculum Should You Choose?

Which Canine Curriculum Should You Choose?

What science has to say about the best way to train your dog

By | Posted November 12, 2009

Oil Fields: Predators’ Boon, Birds’ Bane

Oil Fields: Predators’ Boon, Birds’ Bane

Human infrastructure associated with oil field development gives some species an advantage over others.

By | Posted October 30, 2009

Spider Glue: An Eco-Friendly Alternative?

Spider Glue: An Eco-Friendly Alternative?

Two newly discovered proteins in spider webs could one day be used in a natural adhesive

By | Posted October 29, 2009

In Kenya, Better Cows for Better Health

In Kenya, Better Cows for Better Health

A parasite researcher from NYU is hoping to tackle African sleeping sickness in Keyna by creating genetically enhanced cows that cannot catch or transmit the disease

By | Posted October 19, 2009

Call Me Fishmeal

Call Me Fishmeal

Biologists discover new worm species on submerged whale carcasses.

By | Posted October 4, 2009

Treating Pets, Caring for People

Treating Pets, Caring for People

Veterinary medicine isn’t just about Fido and Fifi anymore.

By | Posted September 16, 2009

Swine Flu: the Good, the Bad and the Cute

Swine Flu: the Good, the Bad and the Cute

Using ferrets to predict the virus’s virulence.

By | Posted September 2, 2009

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