Evidence of social relationships between chimpanzees, gorillas
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- 22/9/30 20:52
Webb, Hubble capture detailed views of DART impact
Drawn from more than 20 years of observations at Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park in the Republic of Congo, researchers documented lasting social ties between individual chimpanzees and gorillas that persisted over years and across different contexts.
- 22/9/30 19:37
Changes in marine ecosystems going undetected
Two of NASA's Great Observatories, the James Webb Space Telescope and the Hubble Space Telescope, have captured views of a unique NASA experiment designed to intentionally smash a spacecraft into a small asteroid in the world's first-ever in-space test for planetary defense. These observations of NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) impact mark the first time that Webb and Hubble...
- 22/9/30 15:08
'Mystery gene' matures the skeleton of the cell
Existing ways of calculating biodiversity dynamics are not very effective in detecting wholesale species community change due to the effects of ocean acidification.
- 22/9/30 02:40
Observations confirm model predictions of sea-level change from Greenland melt
Scientists have managed to track down one of the 'mystery genes' -- the gene that ensures that the final form of the protein actin is created, a main component of our cell skeleton.
- 22/9/30 02:40
Rising sea levels from melting glaciers and ice sheets pose an increasing threat to coastal communities worldwide. A new analysis of high-resolution satellite observations takes a major step forward in assessing this risk by confirming theoretical predictions and computational models of sea-level changes used to forecast climate-change-driven impacts.