The relationships these winged mammals forge in captivity are strong enough to survive the jarring transition back into the wild.
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Scientists are using artificial cervices and 3D models of the uterus to better understand pregnancy and childbirth.
Leonardo da Vinci dissected some 30 cadavers in his lifetime, leaving behind a trove of beautiful—and accurate—anatomical drawings.
The images confirm the species, which has been “lost” to science for 29 years, is alive and well in its native Vietnam.
But many questions remain about the true origin of the Homo sapiens species.
Recent breakthroughs in scanning, image processing, and machine learning are helping researchers read historic documents once considered lost to time.
New research quantifies the fire risks of eight species of invasive grass.
From a neurobiology perspective, anxiety and sleep deprivation look very much alike.