Medicine and Life Sciences - Life Sciences

Environment - Apr 9
Environment
Working on the reefs around Moorea in French Polynesia, an international team of scientists exposed 40 pairs of clownfish to recordings of natural reef sounds or motorboat noise for up to two days. Motorboat noise caused clownfish to hide in the protective tentacles of their host anemone, move less into open water to feed and to be more aggressive towards domino damselfish that also reside in the anemone.
Environment - Apr 8

A warming global climate could cause sudden, potentially catastrophic losses of biodiversity in regions across the globe throughout the 21st century, finds a new UCL-led study. The findings and suggests that the first waves could already be happening.

Life Sciences - Apr 8

The ability to make fine visual discriminations between two stimuli runs up against a natural barrier created by large groups of 'noisy' neurons behaving similarly. Stanford researchers have helped solve a longstanding mystery about how brains manage to process information so accurately, despite the fact that individual neurons, or nerve cells, act with a surprising degree of randomness.

Chemistry - Apr 7
Chemistry

A new study led by Tobias Züst from the Institute of Plant Sciences of the University of Bern shows that a pair of complementary chemical defenses evolved independently in wallflowers, shaped by co-evolution with local insects.

Life Sciences - Apr 8

The butterflies that Edith Smith selectively bred are much bluer and more iridescent than the wild Common Buckeye, which is mostly brown (see below). The breeding, UC Berkeley researchers discovered, changed the structure of the wing scales to produce a blue rather than golden structural color.

Health - Apr 8
Health

By deciphering how the FKBP10 protein facilitates lung cancer progression, UNIGE scientists are proposing an original therapeutic strategy.

Life Sciences - Apr 7

From early prenatal development through childhood, the prefrontal cortex of the human brain undergoes an avalanche of developmental activity.

Currently 521 Job in field Life Sciences.
Selected Jobs
Environment - 01.04
Faculty Position in Soil System Science EPFL, Sion
Life Sciences - 12.03
Laboratory Technician Protein Expression and Purification leadXpro AG, Villigen
Environment - 08.04
Postdoctoral Research Fellow University of Queensland
Life Sciences - 08.04
Cyklotroningenjör till PET Karolinska Institute, Stockholm
Health - 08.04
Professor in Neuroscience Karolinska Institute, Stockholm
Life Sciences - 08.04
Researcher in Animal Ecology Göteborg University
Health - 08.04
Postdoctoral fellow in translational mucosal biology Göteborg University
Life Sciences - 08.04
Assitant ingénieur en neuroéducation (H/F) CNRS, Lyon
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