Supervisory authorities

CNRS

Our LABEX

Our Networks

Search




Visitors logged in: 4


Home > Communication > Scientific newsletter > Press articles > Science

Science Science feed

Page(s) : < | 1 | ... | 57 | 58 | 59 | 60 | 61 | 62 | 63 | 64 | 65 | ... | 209 |

8 February 2017

New species of dwarf lemur discovered in Madagascar [Mongabay]

In the forests of northern Madagascar, scientists have discovered a new species of dwarf lemur. The newly described Ankarana or Sheth’s dwarf lemur is tiny, weighing just over 100 grams. Its body is only about 16 to 17 centimeters long, with an additional 16 centimeters long tail, making it one of the smallest lemurs in its genus Cheirogaleus.

Read more

8 February 2017

Des haies replantées pour faire revenir les oiseaux dans le parc naturel régional des Alpilles [France Bleu]

Le parc naturel régional des Alpilles se lance cet hiver dans une opération de replantation de haies. Quatre kilomètres et demi d’arbustes vont être replantés. Objectif : faire revenir les oiseaux dans le parc et favoriser la biodiversité.

Read more

7 February 2017

Rainforest Trees Are Like Islands [The Atlantic]

The bigger the tree, the greater the diversity of ant species that call it home.

Read more

7 February 2017

Forest ’islands’ offer refuge to wintering birds [Phys]

UW-Madison researchers studying forest microclimates show that these refuges may mean the difference between life and death for chickadees and their overwintering songbird kin.

Read more

7 February 2017

Being friendly puts monkeys at risk in times of revolution [New Scientist]

Being too friendly can be costly. When a new alpha male takes over, female capuchin monkeys are more likely to lose their offspring to infanticide if they have an extensive network of social contacts than if they don’t.
This new finding suggests sociable primates don’t necessarily fare better than non-sociable ones when it comes to raising offspring.

Read more

Page(s) : < | 1 | ... | 57 | 58 | 59 | 60 | 61 | 62 | 63 | 64 | 65 | ... | 209 |