Scientists studied tumors in green sea turtles

Environmental factors linked to tumor formation following herpesvirus infection.

Employees are more prone to mistakes on afternoons and Fridays

Study offers objective insight on employee behavior and the potential benefits of flexible work arrangements.

Lizards may miss out on mating opportunities under warming temperatures

Individuals are forced to allocate more time to thermoregulation by increasing shelter seeking behaviour.

Beautifully complete turtle fossils offer new insights into their environment

Perfectly preserved turtle fossil gives clues to habitat 150 million years ago.

Multitasking behavior was seen in young women more than in men

Young adult women are more prone to take risks while going downstairs compared to young adult men.

Recognizing dog emotions, especially aggression, may improve with age

4-yr-olds were less good than 6-yr-olds adults at reading dog facial expressions, especially for aggression.

Labradors, Jack Russell terriers, and mixed breeds UK’s most-seen dog breeds 

Almost 1 in 5 UK dogs were “flat-faced” breeds, with increased health risks, per new study.

Early humans were skilled in weapon woodworking

A study on double-pointed wooden throwing sticks.

Some minor links between systemic inflammation and dementia in future 

UK Biobank data analysis suggests inflammatory biomarkers might help identify risk of dementia.

Women STEM instructors encourage undergraduates to conceal stigmatized identities

Women working as STEM instructors are more likely than men to disclose their undergraduate identities.

Scientists used a LEGO robotics kit as a cheap, effective way to purify self-assembling DNA origami

The gradient was able to separate DNA origami dimers from DNA origami monomers.

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