• phys.org | 3/16/2018 | Staff
    Tiny jumping fish can leap further as they get older, new research shows. Mangrove rivulus are capable of "tail-flip jumping" many times their body length when out of water, allowing them to escape...
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  • phys.org | 3/6/2018 | Staff
    Cooperative behaviour to acquire food resources has been observed in hunting carnivores and web-building social spiders. Now researchers have found comparable behaviours in a fish species.
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  • TechCrunch | 2/28/2018 | John Biggs
    Hall One at Mobile World Congress – a single space more massive than most conference centers in major cities – contained only a few displays. Although a quarter of the room housed small phone and...
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  • phys.org | 2/27/2018 | Staff
    Times are tough for 31 of Michigan's 45 varieties of freshwater mussels. Sporting evocative names like wavy-rayed lampmussel and round pigtoe, these residents of the state's rivers are imperiled by...
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  • Growing up in a rural town, I came to understand the lack of privacy just by picking up the local newspaper. Our local gossip column was called “Out and About.” It kept everyone in the loop of how...
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  • phys.org | 2/8/2018 | Staff
    Tilapia has become a top seafood staple on many dinner tables worldwide. New research shows the Tilapia-industry can produce more of the finest cuts by paying closer attention to maternal breeding...
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  • phys.org | 1/31/2018 | Staff
    Swimming through patches of underwater carbon dioxide turns out to be an unpleasant experience for fish, which will alter course to escape them. In experiments published in Cell Reports on Jan.
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