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Dolphins use signature whistles to represent other dolphins – similarly to...

Jason Bruck, Stephen F. Austin State University Bottlenose dolphins’ signature whistles just passed an important test in animal psychology....

Beyond flora and fauna: Why it’s time to include fungi in...

Matt Kasson, West Virginia University; Brian Lovett, West Virginia University, and Patricia Kaishian, Bard College It’s no secret that...

Beyond honey: 4 essential reads about bees

Jennifer Weeks, The Conversation As spring gardening kicks into high gear, bees emerge from hibernation and start moving from...

Arctic greening won’t save the climate – here’s why

Donatella Zona, San Diego State University Satellite images show the Arctic has been getting greener as temperatures in the...

Why do flocks of birds swoop and swirl together in the...

Tom Langen, Clarkson University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If...

50-year-old muscles just can’t grow big like they used to –...

Roger Fielding, Tufts University There is perhaps no better way to see the absolute pinnacle of human athletic abilities...

Gut microbes help hibernating ground squirrels emerge strong and healthy in...

Hannah V. Carey, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Matthew Regan, Université de Montréal Ground squirrels spend the end of summer...

How mRNA and DNA vaccines could soon treat cancers, HIV, autoimmune...

Deborah Fuller, University of Washington The two most successful coronavirus vaccines developed in the U.S. – the Pfizer and...

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Taylor Petrey, Kalamazoo College During a recent valedictorian graduation speech, student Matthew Easton came out saying he is “a gay son of God.” His admission...