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HABITABLE, a European sizable project on climate change and migration

(University of Liege) The Hugo Observatory (University of Liège, Belgium) will coordinate the largest research project on climate change and migration to have ever been funded by the EC’s Horizon 2020 programme.

HABITABLE, a European sizable project on climate change and migration

(University of Liege) The Hugo Observatory (University of Liège, Belgium) will coordinate the largest research project on climate change and migration to have ever been funded by the EC’s Horizon 2020 programme.

Insects have declined worldwide since 1925

A new study has offered the clearest indication yet of how insects all over the world are faring. The researchers studied data on the numbers and total weight of insects and arachnids (spiders and mites) sampled in 41 countries on five continents.

Ancient 4-limbed fish reveals origin of human hand

The origin of digits in land vertebrates is hotly debated, but a new study suggests that human hands likely evolved from the fins of the Elpistostege, a fish that lived more than 380-million-years ago.

Bentham Science announces new multidisciplinary journal, ‘Current Chinese Science’

(Bentham Science Publishers) Bentham Science announces an important new multidisciplinary journal, Current Chinese Science. This will be the world’s largest journal with over 4,000 leading Chinese scientists involved on its editorial board.