We share Earth with millions of amazing plants and animals. Whether we’re relaxing in a hot spring like a Japanese macaque, or catching a glimpse of a rare bird, our exposure to Nature’s diversity enriches
Even though our favorite pet dogs are now well-domesticated, we can still catch glimpses of their primal past when we watch them devour a bone or hunt those pesky squirrels. Sadly, new research shows that
It’s been said that the eyes are the windows to the soul. They allow us to communicate feelings across a room, direct the attention of others, and express emotion better than words ever could.
In this PLoS ONE media digest: a fatty diet could be linked to depression, plants that can detect explosives and more. Dietary Fat Intake and the Risk of Depression: The SUN Project by Almudena Sánchez-Villegas
The PLoS ONE blog pick of the month for October is “Stressed Cattle and Elk” by T. DeLene Beeland of Wild Muse. While there were several outstanding posts aggregated by ResearchBlogging.org this past month, the