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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
Discovery of a genetic sex marker in sturgeon
Giant aquatic bacterium is a master of adaptation
Abundance of prey species is key to bird diversity in cities
Light shed on atomic resolution structure of phage DNA tube – a methodological milestone
Scientific consortium Bird10K publishes world’s largest genome resource for bird species to date
Surprising insights into role of autophagy in neurons
Specialised omnivores – individual red foxes prefer different foods in city and countryside
Advancing wildlife genomics through development of molecular methods
Bats save energy by reducing energetically costly immune functions during seasonal migration
Secure satellite communication – Berlin team wins INNOspace Masters 2019/20
First scientific description of a previously unknown Streptococcus species of Chacoan peccaries
14 Recommendations for protection of freshwater biodiversity beyond 2020
TetGen 1.6 Release
Twisting magnetization with light – Laser pulses enable faster creation of skyrmions in magnets
Scientists call for support for European Reference Genome Atlas to decipher genomes of all European species
Atom-Billiards with X-Rays: a new Approach to look inside of Molecules
Generational shifts help migratory bats keep pace with global warming
Self-induced ultrafast demagnetization limits amount of light diffracted from magnetic samples
Self-imaging of a molecule by its own electrons: mapping atomic motion during a molecular vibration
Dams exacerbate consequences of climate change on river fish
Strong fields and ultrafast motions – how to generate and steer electrons in liquid water