Latest News Releases 23 June

23-Jun-2022

Improved protein function opens way for new drug development concept

Karolinska Institutet
Peer-Reviewed Publication
23-Jun-2022

Human activity has reconfigured global river sediment flux

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Peer-Reviewed Publication
23-Jun-2022

Studies find little evidence of physical aging in turtle species, some of which reduce aging in response to better environmental conditions

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Peer-Reviewed Publication
23-Jun-2022

Discovered: Bacterium visible to the naked eye that challenges prevailing view of boundaries of bacterial cell size

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Peer-Reviewed Publication
23-Jun-2022

8,000-year accumulation of forest biomass in Midwestern United States

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Peer-Reviewed Publication
23-Jun-2022

Secrets of aging revealed in largest study on longevity, aging in reptiles and amphibians

Penn State
Peer-Reviewed Publication
23-Jun-2022

Modeling historical biomass could be key to buffering climate change

University of Maryland
Peer-Reviewed Publication
23-Jun-2022

Humans can’t, but turtles can: Reduce weakening and deterioration with age

University of Southern Denmark
Peer-Reviewed Publication
23-Jun-2022

Giant bacteria found in Guadeloupe mangroves challenge traditional concepts

DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Peer-Reviewed Publication
23-Jun-2022

Many human genomes shaped by past events that caused sharp dips in the population

PLOS
Peer-Reviewed Publication
22 June