Tag: Current Biology
In Breath-Holding, Kate Winslet and a Croc Are Champions
Kate Winslet, and other actors, for the sake of “the newest frontier in blockbuster moviemaking” are learning to hold their breath for several minutes.
Balance: Bipeds Need It; Where Did It Come From?
“The calyx appeared,” says Dr. Rob Raphael. A more magical explanation could hardly be fabricated.
In “Junk DNA,” Here Are Benefits of Seeking Function
You wouldn’t toss out all the punctuation in a book as “junk ABC” now, would you? Punctuation has a function.
New Scientist: Ichthyosaurs Evolved “Astonishingly Rapidly”
This is a case of evolutionary biology trying to explain away the data that otherwise was not directly expected under their model.
Capabilities of Migrating Birds Deserve Awards and Recognition
New technologies are giving scientists global information on a wide variety of bird species.