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Great White Shark population in good health along California coast, UF study finds

Great White Shark population in good health along California coast, UF study finds

The Great White Shark is not endangered in the Eastern North Pacific, and, in fact, is doing well enough that its numbers likely are growing, according to an international research team led by a University of Florida researcher.

Recapture of a tope shark tagged off Scotland

Recapture of a tope shark tagged off Scotland

News Release Portuguese Institute of Ocean and Atmosphere 21. May 2014 ————– A tope (Galeorhinus galeus) tagged off Scotland, United Kingdom, was recaptured in Portuguese waters, around Peniche. The individual was tagged under the “UK shark tagging program” (Ocean & Earth Science National Oceanography Centre, Southampton), that addresses 14 shark species. This program is aimed

Shark antibodies inspire optimization of human antibodies

Shark antibodies inspire optimization of human antibodies

News Release Technische Universität München (TUM) 15. May 2014 —————— Learning from sharks Genetically engineered antibodies are deployed successfully in cancer diagnostics and therapy. Therapeutic antibodies against Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis are currently under development. An important criterion when designing suitable antibody fragments is their stability. Comparing the antibodies of sharks, which are very

Aquarium Lecture Series: Shark Research Confessions

Aquarium Lecture Series: Shark Research Confessions

Shark Research Confessions: Introductions and Adventures in the Field with New England Shark Experts This video was uploaded by Forum Network on 09. May 2014. New England is home to many different species of sharks: great white, basking, blue and thresher sharks to name a few. It is also home to many shark researchers who

ANCIENT SHARK FOSSIL REVEALS NEW INSIGHTS INTO JAW EVOLUTION

ANCIENT SHARK FOSSIL REVEALS NEW INSIGHTS INTO JAW EVOLUTION

Press Release American Museum of Natural History 16. April 2014 —————- Skull structures of 325-million-year-old shark fossil show that living sharks are evolutionarily advanced The skull of a newly discovered 325-million-year-old shark-like species suggests that early cartilaginous and bony fishes have more to tell us about the early evolution of jawed vertebrates—including humans—than do modern

New Zealand Gamefish Tagging News – April 2014

New Zealand Gamefish Tagging News – April 2014

Shark Recaptures in New Zealand’s Gamefish Tagging Program  - 2014 Overview : Since the 2013–14 season began on 1 July, 2013 there have been 26 tag recoveries advised. In the same period another 1400 tagged fish have been added to the database. The 26 recaptured fish comprised the following five shark specimens: – 3 mako

Sharks Sense Prey in Surprising Ways during Pioneering Study

Sharks Sense Prey in Surprising Ways during Pioneering Study

Press Release Mote Marine Laboratory 02. April 2014 —————– Published Wednesday, April 2, 2014 by Hayley Rutger How sharks hunt prey — from the first whiff to the final chomp — has been revealed as never before in a new study about shark senses that was supported by the National Science Foundation and published today,

Curtin researchers to hide our splashes from sharks

Curtin researchers to hide our splashes from sharks

Media Release Curtin University 21. January 2014 ——————- Curtin University researchers will attempt to “mask” the noise of swimmers from sharks after receiving a grant from the State Government’s Shark Hazard Mitigation Strategy. The project, led by Dr Christine Erbe at Curtin’s Centre for Marine Science and Technology, will first look at characterising noises produced

Whaler shark study to help inform management arrangements

Whaler shark study to help inform management arrangements

Media Release NSW Department of Primary Industries 20. January 2014 ——————– A study investigating ways to reduce unwanted catch and any environmental impacts of the large shark fishery in NSW is continuing with a number of tagged sharks being monitored in ocean waters. The study will be led by NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI)

Elephant shark genome provides new insights into bone formation and adaptive immunity in humans

Elephant shark genome provides new insights into bone formation and adaptive immunity in humans

Press Release Singapore Government Agency For Science Technology And Research (ASTAR) 12. January 2014 —————– ASTAR-led international consortium completely decodes the first shark-family member genome Scientists at ASTAR’s Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB) led an international team of researchers that sequenced and analysed the genome of the elephant shark.  A comparison of the

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