Are your cats play fighting or fighting fur real?It turns out that certain behaviors in domestic cats could be telltale signs that an interaction is friendly, aggressive or something in
Vikings brought horses and dogs to the British Isles from Scandinavia, a new study suggests. A chemical analysis of bone fragments from a cemetery in England provides the first solid
The existing boundaries of national parks and other habitat preserves aren’t enough to protect more than three-quarters of the world’s well-studied insects.The finding, reported February 1 in One Earth, shows
The San Antonio chapter of the American Institute of Architects announced its 2021 Design Awards on November 10, recognizing two stunning residential projects, both designed by local architects. San Antonio-based Lake
 Minority physicists are significantly undercited compared to their white, male counterparts, which can have serious career consequences. A new tool is allowing researchers to reduce this imbalanceSeveral recent studies of
The One University Awards Ceremony will be held on Friday, April 22, 2022 from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel, with a reception to follow in the Heroy Geology
For nearly 650 years, the fortress walls in the Chinese city of Xi’an have served as a formidable barrier around the central city. At 12 meters high and up to
In shallow coastal waters of the Indian and Pacific oceans, a seagrass-scrounging cousin of the manatee is in trouble. Environmental strains like pollution and habitat loss pose a major threat
Prairie voles have long been heralded as models of monogamy. Now, a study suggests that the “love hormone” once thought essential for their bonding — oxytocin — might not be
In full swingThe swaying feeling in jazz music that compels feet to tap may arise from near-imperceptible delays in musicians’ timing, Nikk Ogasa reported in “Jazz gets its swing from