Supply shortages hit life science labs hard

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April 22, 2021

Opinion: Facing Assumptions About the Duality of Human and Animal

By Melanie Challenger

Since Darwin published his landmark work on natural selection, we've understood that we're animals. But that doesn't mean we really believe it.

Supply Shortages Hit Life Science Labs Hard

By Shawna Williams

The pandemic continues to make it difficult for researchers to get reagents and other materials in high demand for COVID-19 research and testing, threatening experiments' progress and scientists' careers.

Regular HIIT Exercise Enhances Health via Histamine

By Rachael Moeller Gorman

Men given high doses of two antihistamine drugs did not experience the same benefits of high intensity interval training that men on a placebo enjoyed, revealing some of the molecular underpinnings of exercise's effect.

From Our Archives: How Interconnected Is Life in the Ocean?

By Catherine Offord

In honor of Earth Day, learn how researchers are measuring how marine organisms move between habitats and populations to help create better conservation and management plans.


From Our Archives: Interactive Infographic on How Salt Transforms Coastal Forests

By Ashley Yeager

Rising sea levels are pushing salty tides and storm surges farther inland, leading to the forest death and a shift from forested habitats to marsh.

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