Zoology ARTICLES

Do neonicotinoids harm organisms other than insects?


The threat posed to bees by neonicotinoid insecticides ‘may be just the tip of the iceberg’, according to new study
Bumblebee

The primate debate: from the perspective of biomedical research

Dr Jan A M Langermans, of the Biomedical Primate Research Centre, states the case for the continued use of non-human primates in biomedical research...
Primate research

Termite mounds inspire new ‘breathing’ buildings

Scientists will use termite technology to design buildings capable of exchanging stale and fresh air without losing heat
Termite mound mold

Humpback hunting tips shared socially

Humpback whales share hunting strategies as well as songs among their social networks, says Dr Luke Rendell
Humpback whale fluke
Domestic pet ratA rat's-eye view of the world, in two parts
NanoSIMS researchersAlgae act as coral food banks in tough times
Desert locustCuticle fatigue: how long do insects last?
Should we be worried about the arrival of peak oil?
Is it necessary to understand the meaning of an artwork to appreciate it objectively?
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