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Evolution

no sugar added
27.11.2019

Such bacteria may, in the future, contribute to new, carbon-efficient technologies 

bacteria compete
13.05.2019

The principles of test-tube evolution may guide new biotechnology research 

human amygdala and cortex
22.01.2019

The price we pay for our advanced brains may be a greater tendency to disorders

Marine creatures
02.10.2018

A new tool for mapping cells reveals how complex regulatory systems evolved to help diverse cell types cooperate

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lazy bacteria
27.08.2018

A new model of bacterial growth shows that a certain amount of idleness may enable the cell to adapt quickly to a change in fortune

Humans and fish share about 70% of their protein-coding genes, but only about 0.5% of their regulatory long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs)
18.09.2017

How some genes lost the ability to make proteins - and gained regulatory powers 

Lamarck and Darwin playing chess. Illustration: Maya Shleifer
08.05.2017

A new mathematical model demonstrates how “fitness” can emerge within a lifetime

Evolution of a protein
26.09.2016

 

A protein "time machine" reveals how proteins may have evolved 

which came first
25.02.2016

In evolution, both chicken and egg may come first

Woman in bed
07.01.2016

Research suggests that our selfish genes are behind the aches and fever

 

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