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Blue waters – green beaches: benthic filamentous algae are an emerging threat to clear lakes worldwide
Sperm migration in genital tract – computer simulations identify key factors for reproductive success
New insights for species conservation
Emotions and cultural importance are most important for acceptance of large carnivore management strategies
Making optimal use of mathematical research data
New tools for pandemic prevention research
Honey, we shrunk intense XUV laser
Why do people support fish species conservation in European rivers?
Lake habitats are disappearing as climate changes
A New Light on Quantum Science
Global warming: lakes lose too much oxygen
Juvenile white-tailed sea eagles stay longer in their parental territory than nest protection periods
Small hydropower plants do more harm than good
Cell cultures provide new insights into maintenance and regression mechanisms of corpus luteum in cats
Similar patterns in spread of pandemics and biological invasions
Range of Annamite striped rabbit in Vietnam is much larger than previously known, wildlife camera surveys reveal
Shaken, not stirred: Reshuffling Skyrmions Ultrafast
Cryptic sense of orientation of bats localised – sixth sense of mammals lies in eye
Young people and adolescents know too little about pathogens such as Covid-19 – which are reciprocally transmitted from animals
Angling 4.0: What happens when nature meets technology?
Loss of fauna in tropical forests impedes achieving Sustainable Development Goals
BioRescue creates four new embryos and gets ready for next steps of northern white rhino rescue mission
Large Molecules Transported into Living Cells: Researchers Achieve Breakthrough into Cell Interior
Less light – for more insects
Wind energy and bat fatalities: How improving acoustic monitoring could help protecting biodiversity
Rodenticides in environment pose threats to birds of prey
New technologies, new responsibilities
Terahertz waves from electrons oscillating in liquid water
Detection dogs effectively find rare animals and plants, providing important data for science and conservation
RNA analysis unravels cues for feline fertility and brings hope for endangered wild cats
Retroviruses are re-writing koala genome and causing cancer
Genomic and epigenomic analyses reveal speciation in mole rat populations without sharp separation
Water is a probable vector for mammalian virus transmission
Defeating enemy within: How evolution helps clone fish with their genetic burden
How European hibernating bats cope with white-nose syndrome which kills millions of North American bats
Dr. Michael Schneider receives European XFEL Young Scientist Award
Acid rain is yesterday’s news? – Sulfate in water bodies is and remains a problem
White turns into ultraviolet
Scientists produce first in-vitro embryos from vitrified African lion oocytes
Recent hedgehog conservation research fills important research gaps on hedgehogs in Anthropocene
High-ranking male hyenas have better chances with females because they are less “stressed” than low-ranking males
Enhanced speed, contrast, and information: New contrast mechanism improves xenon MRI
High-flux table-top source for femtosecond hard X-ray pulses
UVC light-emitting diodes to fight coronaviruses
Europe’s rivers fragmented by one million barriers – but there is a fix
Magnesium contact ions stabilize macromolecular structure of transfer RNA
Another milestone reached for wildlife corridor in Borneo by converting oil palm plantations into rainforest
Scientists identify hotspots of cheetah activity as a key to solving cheetah-farmer conflict in Namibia