Reporters and journals should partner to upgrade press releases.
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US land-grant universities need a radical rethink of their priorities.
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Celebrating the woman who gave the world its first immortalized cell line
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The Journal of Cell Biology's image-screening process could have caught part of Woo-Suk Hwang's fraud. The editors encourage other journals to use it.