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Scientists find earliest life may have arisen in ponds

Scientists find earliest life may have arisen in ponds

In a new study, researchers have discovered that earliest life may have arisen in ponds, not oceans. Primitive ponds may have provided a more suitable...
Why spiders in the deep sea are so big

Why spiders in the deep sea are so big

In a new study about giant Antarctic sea spider, researchers have found why marine animals living in the polar oceans and the deep sea...
Showiest male primates may have smallest testicles

Showiest male primates may have smallest testicles

In a new study, scientists found that male primates who are equipped with all the bells and whistles to attract a female mate may...

Natural selection plays a key role in economic growth and industrialization

In a new study, researchers suggest that natural selection plays an important role in economic growth and industrialization. The study was done by researchers Brown...

Two new compounds may keep your skin youthful forever

In a new study, researchers have discovered two compounds that can help a protein keep skin youthful. The protein is called COL17A1. It can keep...
Scientists find bacteria could travel globally through the air

Scientists find bacteria could travel globally through the air

In a new study, researchers found bacteria may travel thousands of miles through the air globally. The finding suggests that some bacteria don’t hitch rides...
Robots help fish and bees make decisions together

Robots help fish and bees make decisions together

In a new study, researchers built a new bridge between the two animal communities - fish and bees. With help from spy robots, the two...
This 520 million-year-old fossil show origins of comb jellies

This 520 million-year-old fossil shows origins of comb jellies

In a new study, researchers discover a half-a-billion-year-old fossil. The new fossil shows comb jellies have a strong resemblance with other sea-floor dwelling creatures. The discovery...
Carbon monoxide may signal life on other planets

Carbon monoxide may signal life on other planets

In a new study, researchers found carbon monoxide detectors may help find simple life forms on other planets. This finding is different from scientists’ previous...
Rabbits love to eat plants high in DNA

Rabbits love to eat plants high in DNA

In a new study, researchers found that rabbits like to eat plants with lots of DNA. On the contrary, snails and insects prefer to eat...