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New 'late-life cycler' circadian genes linked to aging and stress

Jaga Giebultowicz and Eileen Chow's latest research points to "late-life cycler" circadian genes responding to some of the most common stresses in aging.

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Garter Snake Vibes: A Tale of Pheromones and Mating

Bob Mason's research on garter snakes in Manitoba centers on the role of pheromones in driving behavior.

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New protein could be key in fighting debilitating parasitic disease

Euan Allan and the Blouin Lab research team have identified a new protein that may help fight the potentially life-threatening disease, schistosomiasis.

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Environmental science in a post-truth world

In a guest editorial in the journal Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Jane Lubchenco offers approaches to challenges facing scientists today.

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Hatchery Salmon are Genetically Different

Mike Blouin's research shows hatchery-raised salmon are genetically different from the wild populations into which they're introduced.

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