For over 3,000 years, green sea turtles have returned to the same seagrass meadows to eat, according to a study published in PNAS. The Dutch team combined modern data and
Fruit flies can assess and compare quantities, according to a study published in Cell reports. The authors unveil what areas of the brain are essential for this skill. In the
A team of researchers from multiple universities in Europe discovered a new mechanism that plants use to sense temperatures, according to a study published in PNAS. The authors believe these
Helping teenagers to have a stronger self-awareness and a sense of purpose (rather than just being happy) improves their academic results and mental health, according to a study published in
The younger generation — especially those who spend a long time online — are more likely to believe fake news than boomers, according to a study published in Behaviour Research
Spanish archeologists proposed a new species of spinosaurid based on a specimen found in Castellón, Spain, according to a study published in Scientific Reports. The authors believe this new species suggests
Italian doctors report a case of severe hepatitis caused by echovirus 11 in twins, according to a study published in the scientific journal Eurosurveillance. This comes after multiple severe infections
Intelligent people are faster when tackling simple tasks but take longer to solve complex problems compared to people with lower IQ scores, according to a study published in Nature Communications.
Modern dogs have larger brains compared to breeds that are thousands of years old, according to a study published in the journal Evolution. A team of Hungarian and Swedish researchers
A bigger research team doesn’t necessarily mean better results, according to a study published by a team from the University of Surrey, UK, who analysed data from 1.4 million papers.