» Rise of marine predators reshaped ocean life as dramatically as sudden mass extinctions
Evolutionary arms races between marine animals overhauled ocean ecosystems on scales similar to the mass extinctions triggered by global disasters, a new study shows.
» Assessing regulatory fairness through machine learning
Applying machine learning to a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency initiative, researchers reveal how key design elements determine what communities bear the burden of pollution. The approach could help ensure fairness and accountabilit...
» Squids' remarkable ability to tune both the color and brightness of their iridescence comes down to a subtle but powerful mechanism
Squids' remarkable ability to tune both the color and the brightness of their iridescence comes down to a subtle but powerful mechanism.
» Moral outrage is attractive among long-term relationship seekers
A psychology researcher finds that people who express moral outrage, and act on their convictions, are more attractive as long-term mates.
» Study finds two servings of fish per week can help prevent recurrent heart disease
An analysis of several large studies involving participants from more than 60 countries has found that eating oily fish regularly can help prevent cardiovascular disease (CVD) in high-risk individuals, such as those who already have hear...