Supervisory authorities

CNRS

Our LABEX

Our Networks

Search




Visitors logged in: 8


Home > Communication > Scientific newsletter > Press articles > Sciences

Sciences Sciences feed

Page(s) : < | 1 | ... | 37 | 38 | 39 | 40 | 41 | 42 | 43 | 44 | 45 | ... | 156 |

27 October 2016

Frog goes extinct, media yawns [The Guardian]

Is the loss of a unique life form on Earth big news? Not according to most media outlets. But how can the public care about global mass extinction if they aren’t even told about its victims?

Read more

27 October 2016

Beetles Spark Heated Debate Between Traditional Taxonomists and DNA Bar Coders [Scientific American]

The modern definition of a species is still far from settled.

Read more

27 October 2016

Plus de la moitié des animaux sauvages ont disparu en quarante ans [Le Monde - Biodiversité]

La pression exercée par l’humanité sur les écosystèmes est telle qu’il nous faut chaque année l’équivalent de 1,6 planète Terre pour satisfaire nos besoins, selon le WWF.

Read more

26 October 2016

Making ecology “count”: a review of the why and how of molecular ecology [The Molecular Ecologist]

A recent review by Creer and colleagues gives a nice broad overview of molecular ecology, defines key terms, and highlights the main advances that new technology has afforded the field. From sampling to sequencing, this article briefly covers landmark moments that have laid the foundation for the advancement of molecular ecology and emphasizes the future potential of continuing to link traditional ecological approaches with sequence-based techniques.

Read more

25 October 2016

Inspired by nature: the thrilling new science that could transform medicine [The Guardian]

Jeffrey Karp is at the forefront of a new generation of scientists using nature’s blueprints to create breakthrough medical technologies. Can bioinspiration help to solve some of humanity’s most urgent problems?

Read more

Page(s) : < | 1 | ... | 37 | 38 | 39 | 40 | 41 | 42 | 43 | 44 | 45 | ... | 156 |