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31 March 2015

Bee pesticide study furore is called a "scandal" [New scientist]

Do neonicotinoid pesticides kill bumblebees? We still don’t know, but the latest research is alarming – and casts doubt on the integrity of science.

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29 March 2015

Portable DNA Sequencer Can ID Bacteria and Viruses [The Scientist Magazine]

A hand-held DNA sequencer can be used to distinguish between particular strains of bacteria and viruses in as little as six hours, according to a study published this week (March 26) in GigaScience.

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27 March 2015

How chemistry affects the evolution of life [The guardian - Science]

In this fascinating video, Professor Ros Rickaby from Oxford chats with Professor Simon Conway-Morris at Cambridge about how Earth’s changing chemistry has affected evolution, and how this can sometimes lead to evolutionary convergence.

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26 March 2015

Deux nouvelles espèces de crabes vampires découvertes à Java [Sciences et avenir - Animaux]

Ces crabes, nommés ainsi pour leurs grands yeux jaunes, résident sur l’île de Java, en Indonésie. Ils sont très convoités pour leurs pinces de couleurs vives.

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26 March 2015

L’ili pika, adorable animal menacé d’extinction [Itele]

L’ili pika est un mammifère très rare et menacé d’extinction. Le petit animal a été photographié pour la première fois, dans le nord-ouest de la Chine.

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