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Lundbeck Institute Campus | Progress In Mind

Lundbeck Institute Campus | Progress In Mind | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
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Lichens are an early warning system for forest health

Lichens are an early warning system for forest health | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Lichens, fascinating mosaics of fungi and algae or cyanobacteria, are made for sensing environmental change.
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Masquerading spider looks like living and dead leaves at once

Masquerading spider looks like living and dead leaves at once | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
An unusual spider has accomplished “the ultimate leaf masquerade”, impersonating both living and dead leaves – hedging its bets on camouflage
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CO2-loving plants can counter human emissions

CO2-loving plants can counter human emissions | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Plants temporarily halted the acceleration of rising carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere, new research suggests.
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Vampire bats share blood to make friends

Vampire bats share blood to make friends | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Vampire bats that share blood with nonrelatives have a wider social network to rely on when they’re in need, a new study finds.
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Here’s why putting tomatoes in the fridge makes them tasteless

Here’s why putting tomatoes in the fridge makes them tasteless | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Changes in gene activity affect the flavour of chilled tomatoes, a new insight that could help us create more cold-proof varieties
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Chimps, bonobos and orangutans grasp how others view the world

Chimps, bonobos and orangutans grasp how others view the world | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Apes’ ability to anticipate how a misinformed person will behave suggests they can see the world from the perspective of others – though maybe not consciously
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Horses can communicate with us - scientists - BBC News

Horses can communicate with us - scientists - BBC News | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Horses have joined a select club of animals that can communicate by pointing to symbols, say scientists.
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Hoe lang mag voedsel op de grond liggen voor het besmet is met bacteriën?

Hoe lang mag voedsel op de grond liggen voor het besmet is met bacteriën? | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
De vijfsecondenregel kan definitief de prullenbak in, zo blijkt uit nieuw wetenschappelijk onderzoek.
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The Evolution of Bacteria on a “Mega-Plate” Petri Dish

In a creative stroke inspired by Hollywood wizardry, scientists have designed a simple way to observe how bacteria move as they become impervious to drugs
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Brain’s blood appetite grew faster than its size

Brain’s blood appetite grew faster than its size | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Over evolutionary time, the energy demands of hominid brains increased faster than their volume, a new study finds.
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Monster slugs are devouring defenceless baby birds in nests

Monster slugs are devouring defenceless baby birds in nests | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Nestlings are sitting ducks for giant slugs – some of them invasive ­– that have been recorded feeding on the chicks of several birds species
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Autoimmune diseases may be side effect of a strong immune system

Autoimmune diseases may be side effect of a strong immune system | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
We finally have evidence from human studies that disorders like lupus could be a by-product of being well protected against other diseases
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Dood doet leven

Dood doet leven | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Wat gebeurt er eigenlijk met een dode ree of een dood konijn in de natuur? De kadavers zijn eerst nog herkenbaar, maar verdwijnen vervolgens langzaam. Vaak gepaard gaande met een penetrante geur.
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An echidna’s to-do list: Sleep. Eat. Dig up Australia.

An echidna’s to-do list: Sleep. Eat. Dig up Australia. | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Short-beaked echidna’s to-do list looks good for a continent losing other digging mammals.
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Discovery: Australia's invasive cane toads modify their bodies to conquer new territory faster

Discovery: Australia's invasive cane toads modify their bodies to conquer new territory faster | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
In 1935, 101 cane toads from Hawaii were set loose in Australia to help control beetles that were decimating the Australian sugar crop. But instead …
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Monster jellyfish forms 'alien planet' for school of fish

This was one of the coolest and most unexpected wildlife encounters I've had while doing field research. This impressive beast is known as Anomalorhiz
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Zo ziet de wereld eruit door een microscoop - volkskrant.nl

Zo ziet de wereld eruit door een microscoop - volkskrant.nl | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Van wonderlijke vissenembryo’s tot kunstzinnige koffiekristallen. Op de kleinste schaal is de wereld om ons heen vaak waanzinnig mooi, maar alleen te zien met microscopen en andere hulpmiddelen.
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How brain cells move through newborn babies’ brains

How brain cells move through newborn babies’ brains | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
For months after birth, new neurons make their way through a baby's brain. Now researchers have had the best look yet at this process in action
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Scientists solve singing fish mystery - BBC News

Scientists solve singing fish mystery - BBC News | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Scientists solve the bizarre mystery of the fish that hums at night.
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Een wereld zonder plastic is dichterbij dan je denkt

Een wereld zonder plastic is dichterbij dan je denkt | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Eigenlijk moeten we gewoon stoppen met het maken en gebruiken van plastic. Maar waar gaan we dan bijvoorbeeld ons voedsel in verpakken? Nou, wat dacht je v
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Proof of evolution that you can find on your body

You have your mom's smile, your dad's eyes, and the ear muscles of a Triassic mammal. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Forty-two percent o
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Microbial matter comes out of the dark

Microbial matter comes out of the dark | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Undiscovered bacteria challenge what scientists know about microbial life.
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Lack of nutrients stalled rebound of marine life post-Permian extinction

Lack of nutrients stalled rebound of marine life post-Permian extinction | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Warm sea surface temperatures slowed the nitrogen cycle in Earth’s oceans and delayed the recovery of life following the Permian extinction, researchers propose.
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Betty the crow may not have invented her hook-bending tool trick

Betty the crow may not have invented her hook-bending tool trick | Biologie in de klas | Scoop.it
Textbook example of Betty the crow’s proposed insight into toolmaking is now called into question by observations of similar hook bending by wild New Caledonian birds.
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