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1 June 2018

La folle course aux armements des bactéries contre les antibiotiques [The Conversation]

Naturelle ou d’origine humaine, la présence d’antibiotique dans l’environnement est génératrice de gènes de résistance.

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1 June 2018

What do animals want? Team unpacks behavioral strategies using machine learning [Phys]

Scientists have developed a new approach to understanding animal preferences, and the findings could provide greater insight into decision-making in humans.

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1 June 2018

Why do older male birds father more illegitimate children? [Imperial College London]

When female birds have chicks as the result of an extra-marital fling, the fathers are almost always older males, and scientists are finding out why.

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31 May 2018

Climate change forced zombie ant fungi to adapt [Phys]

Zombie ants clamp on to aerial vegetation and hang for months spewing the spores of their parasitic fungi, but researchers noticed that they do not always clamp on to the same part of the plant. Now the researchers know that the choice of leaves or twigs is related to climate and that climate change forced the fungi to adapt to local conditions.

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25 May 2018

Streams may emit more carbon dioxide in a warmer climate [Phys]

Streams and rivers could pump carbon dioxide into the air at increasing rates if they continue to warm, potentially compounding the effects of global warming, a new worldwide analysis has shown.(...)
he scientists published their results this week in the journal Nature Geoscience.

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