Medicine and Life Sciences - Life Sciences

Life Sciences - Feb 13
Life Sciences
A French-British team directed by the Laboratoire d'océanographie de Villefranche-sur-Mer (CNRS/Sorbonne Université) has just discovered that a little known process regulates the capacity of oceans to sequester carbon dioxide (CO2).
Life Sciences - Feb 13
Life Sciences

The terrorist attacks committed in Paris and Saint-Denis (France) on November 13, 2015 have left lasting marks, not only on the survivors and their loved ones, but also on French society as a whole.

Life Sciences - Jan 27
Life Sciences

Using albatrosses fitted with loggers, researchers at the CNRS and La Rochelle Université, in association with the Administration des Terres Australes et Antarctiques Françaises, which manages the nat

Life Sciences - Feb 11
Life Sciences

DNA can transiently adopt structures that are more complex than the double helix. Quadruple helices, or DNA quadruplexes, are an example of this.

Life Sciences - Jan 24
Life Sciences

White lupin is a particularly abstemious crop, requiring very little fertiliser and producing high-protein seeds of great nutritive quality.


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