Analyzing human hair from remains recovered in Menorca, researchers say they have provided the earliest direct evidence of drug use.
How sunflower pollen protects bees from pathogens
Planting sunflowers in pollinator habitats can boost bee health by providing them with pollen that protects against intestinal pathogens.
Using ice to make ultra-clean 2D materials
Using the adhesive properties of ice, researchers have developed a transfer method to move large sheets of 2D materials without breaking them.
Bark beetles and fungi: A lethal chemical alliance
New study clarifies symbiotic link between bark beetles and fungi in the destruction of coniferous forests.
Century-long decline of pollinators in northern regions
Data collected over the last 100 years in northern Finland demonstrates drastic changes pollinator species linked to climate change.
Cooked plants were part of Palaeolithic diets
The study of charred remains of processed legumes and nuts gives new insights into the food choices and resource exploitation of Paleolithic humans.
Is Antarctica blooming?
Underneath the freezing, desolate surface of Antarctica, phytoplankton are finding a niche.