The helix, of DNA fame, may have arisen with startling ease — ScienceDaily

Here’s a science enigma: Try to explain where the neat, even DNA/RNA helix came from. Ha! Easy one! It probably spun around itself long before first life evolved like it did in a lab. In fact, the twist could have helped select the components of RNA, not the other way around.

Source: The helix, of DNA fame, may have arisen with startling ease — ScienceDaily

Not only do Gulf of Aqaba corals survive climate change but their offspring may too — ScienceDaily

Parent corals from the Gulf of Aqaba that experience increased temperatures and ocean acidification stress during the peak reproductive period are not only able to maintain normal physiological function, but also have the same reproductive output and produce offspring that function and survive as well as those which were produced under today’s ambient water conditions.

Source: Not only do Gulf of Aqaba corals survive climate change but their offspring may too — ScienceDaily