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Cryptozoology Online: Daily News
August 2, 2016 Earlier this year, scientists used zebra finches to pinpoint the gene that enables birds to produce and display the colour red. Now, a new study shows the same 'red gene' is also found in turtles, which share an ancient common ancestor with birds. Both share a common ancestor with dinosaurs. The gene, called CYP2J19, allows birds and turtles to convert the yellow pigments in their...
Sarah Smith reports in ProPublica: Three months after record floods swept through Louisiana in March, the government officials in charge of disaster response set up a post-mortem with area Red Cross staffers. The meeting’s purpose: Airing officials’ many complaints with the charity’s performance. “Basically, during the Miss. River flooding and the recent severe weather events, […]
Denver Post: Business
By mixing machine learning and human intuition, Red Canary attracted $6.1 million in funding this week in a round that included investors from Access Venture Partners in Westminster.
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