15 July 2011

Science online, indirect costs of royal jelly edition

A queen bee, indicated with a red dot of paint. Photo by reway2007.
  • Not so much explanation as warning, really. The intricacies of indirect costs in grant funding, explained.
  • Motivation is key. Anoles demonstrate learning ability in an experiment that has them playing find-the-worm.
  • Paging Doctor Pangloss? Bats might be most active at night because flying is hot work.
  • Long live the queen! The specific protein in honeybee "royal jelly" that makes bee larvae develop into queens has been identified [$a], in part by giving the protein to fruitflies to make "queen" flies.

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