Bioenergy crops could be as bad for biodiversity as climate change
A large scale expansion in bioenergy crop production could be just as detrimental to biodiversity as climate change itself, according to new research.
The fight against malaria
Nearly half of the world’s population is at risk of malaria – a disease which is preventable and curable. More than 440,000 people die from malaria each year with 70% of these deaths in children under 5 years.
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Insights into the Evolution of Multicellularity from the Sea Lettuce Genome
A new paper from John Bothwell's group in this week's Current Biology reports the first sequenced genome of a green seaweed.