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18-Oct-2014

  • This Dolphin ?Breathalyzer? Diagnoses the Health of Marine Mammals and the Ocean

    Biologists are pulling dolphins over and giving them breathalyzer tests?and not because they?re high on puffer fish.


  • Have you ever swum with dolphins?

    As mother-nature intended, the dolphin season has begun with the number of bottlenose dolphins returning to Koombana Bay for their summer breeding season increasing by the day.


  • Have you swum with dolphins?

    As mother-nature intended, the dolphin season has begun with the number of bottlenose dolphins returning to Koombana Bay for their summer breeding season increasing by the day.


  • Breathalyser used to diagnose dolphin health

    Researchers have developed a type of breathalyser that can diagnose dolphin health by measuring the metabolites in their breath.


  • ?I Am Dolphin?: where dolphins, gaming and neuroscience meet

    This is your brain on dolphins.


  • Dolphin 'breathalyzer' could help diagnose animal and ocean health

    Alcohol consumption isn't the only thing a breath analysis can reveal. Scientists have been studying its possible use for diagnosing a wide range of conditions in humans -- and now in the beloved bottlenose dolphin. One team describes a new instrument that can analyze the metabolites in breath from dolphins, which have been dying in alarming numbers along the Atlantic coast this year.


  • Hopkins' new video game may pave way for stroke therapy

    With a swipe across an iPad, a game player becomes a bottlenose dolphin. Everything the gamer does, the dolphin does, too. She can dive deep into the water, shoot 20 feet up and twist into a full-body spin in midair. Amid the acrobatics, the gamer hunts fish, outsmarts sharks and takes on other...


  • Dolphin hunters, activists face off

    Dolphin season begins again in a controversial hunt in Taiji, Japan.


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