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New cicada species discovered in Switzerland and Italy
They belong to the best-known, biggest and loudest group of insects - and yet they still manage to surprise: Researchers at the University of Basel have discovered a new singing cicada species in Italy and southern Switzerland.  View News Article (2015-02-27)

A simple way to make and reconfigure complex emulsions
MIT researchers have devised a new way to make complex liquid mixtures, known as emulsions, that could have many applications in drug delivery, sensing, cleaning up pollutants, and performing chemical reactions. View News Article (2015-02-26)

'Patchwork' ovarian cancer more deadly
THE most common type of ovarian cancer is more deadly if it consists of a patchwork of different groups of cells. View News Article (2015-02-25)

Why 'baking powder' increases efficiency of plastic solar cells
Plastic solar cells, also referred to as organic solar cells, use polymers instead of the usual silicon to convert the energy from sunlight into electricity.  View News Article (2015-02-09)

Reining in the yeast tree of life
Members of IFR's National Collection of Yeast Cultures (NCYC) have joined forces with computer scientists at the University of East Anglia (UEA) to validate novel approaches to constructing a tree of life.  View News Article (2015-02-09)

Ancient skull proves modern humans colonized Eurasia 60-70,000 years ago
While it is widely accepted that the origins of modern humans date back some 200,000 years to Africa, there has been furious debate as to which model of early Homo sapiens migration most plausibly led to the population of the planet -- and the eventual extinction of Neanderthals.  View News Article (2015-01-30)

Hemin improves adipocyte morphology and function by enhancing proteins of regeneration
Scientists at the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine, Department of Physiology, Saskatoon, Canada, led by Dr. Joseph Fomusi Ndisang have determined that upregulating heme-oxygenase with hemin improves pericardial adipocyte morphology and function.  View News Article (2015-01-26)

Evolution: Rock sponges split up
A study led by researchers at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich throws new light on the evolution of the so-called rock sponges, and reveals that conventional, morphology-based taxonomies do not accurately reflect the true genealogical relationships within the group. View News Article (2015-01-13)

A taxonomic toolkit ends a century of neglect for a genus of parasitic wasps
In 1912, three species in the parasitic wasp genus Ophion were described by two different entomologists, increasing the number of known species in North America to eleven. View News Article (2014-12-16)

Phenomenal fossil and detailed analysis reveal details about enigmatic fossil mammals
Mammals that lived during the time of the dinosaurs are often portrayed as innocuous, small-bodied creatures, scurrying under the feet of the huge reptiles. View News Article (2014-12-11)

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