Biology

Research marine mammal's move to tourist park causes stir

Aug 8, 2017

A marine mammal used in groundbreaking research on whale hearing and military sonar is again drawing attention - this time with her latest move to a Hawaii amusement park.

The Latest: Northwestern fires professor accused in stabbing

Aug 7, 2017

Northwestern University officials say a professor accused in the stabbing death of a 26-year-old Chicago man has been fired

From respected at elite universities to wanted for murder

Aug 7, 2017

After a cross-country manhunt, a former Northwestern University professor and University of Oxford employee are in custody for the brutal stabbing death of a 26-year-old Chicago hair stylist

Big, toothy fish found in Nevada chomped prey like sharks

Aug 6, 2017

A fossil found in northeastern Nevada shows a newly discovered fish species that scientists believe looked, and ate, like a shark

Official: Police closing in on Northwestern-Oxford duo

Aug 3, 2017

The mother of a Chicago man who was fatally stabbed in Chicago is asking for privacy

Canada OKs Idaho company's genetically engineered potatoes

Aug 3, 2017

Canadian officials say three types of potatoes genetically engineered by an Idaho company to resist the pathogen that caused the Irish potato famine are safe for the environment and safe to eat

Scientists ID tiny prehistoric sea worm with 50 head spines

Aug 3, 2017

New fossils help scientists discover a prehistoric sea worm with 50 spines on its faceless head

Science Says: Gene editing widely used in range of research

Aug 2, 2017

Gene editing, a widely used new tool for research, is getting fresh attention thanks to a successful lab experiment with human embryos

First embryo gene-repair holds promise for inherited disease

Aug 2, 2017

First safe repair of a gene mutation in human embryos marks a step toward one day preventing babies from inheriting diseases

Researchers creating warning system for toxic algae in lakes

Jul 30, 2017

Researchers are aiming within the next two years to roll out an early warning system that can spot when toxic algae is appearing on hundreds of lakes across the U.S.

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