Genetic “dark matter” may drive the emergence of new species. The findings suggest a way to rescue “doomed” animal hybrids.
Limitations of cardiac xenotransplantation and potential alternatives to address these drawbacks
Axons in whales can be up to 30 meters long and yet the information has to go from one neuron to the next one in a matter of milliseconds. How is that possible? Luckily, evolution provided vertebrates with myelinated axons.
Felon vs Flora: How To Catch a Killer with a Plant
The status of bee populations is a prominent topic in conservation. Responsible for pollinating around 85% of the world’s crops, these insects are vastly important for food production.
With noses that touch instead of smell, and eyes that don’t see, star-nosed moles are fascinating creatures. They eat at record-breaking speeds and are one of only two mammals that can “smell” underwater.
Léo Grasset is a French youtuber known for his channel called Dirtybiology created in 2014.
From Jurassic Park to Reality, bringing back extinct species seems fascinating. How is it possible and why should(n’t) we do it?
How Plastics Have Forever Changed Our Economies and Oceans
Insects are a nutritious, sustainable food enjoyed across the world. In light of the current climate crisis, is it time for the West to embrace insects?