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Interview with a protein

By | April 11, 2008

The domains of Sos1 have their say

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Mental music

By | March 28, 2008

Percussionists jam without their hands

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'Gee whiz, that's GE!

By | February 28, 2008

Winners of scientific image competition coming to big screen in Times Square

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50 Years Ago in Biochemistry

By | February 28, 2008

A biochemist recalls his discovery of antibiotics that disrupt a cell's metabolic processes

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50 years ago in cell biology

By | January 30, 2008

A virologist recalls his work on cell growth inhibition

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Got PCR woes? We want to know.

By | January 30, 2008

For an upcoming Lab Tools article, tell us how you've tackled your trickiest PCR

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Win, place, or cell

By | January 25, 2008

Can a company harness stem cells to treat injured horses?

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50 years ago in microscopy

By | January 22, 2008

A biochemist describes an electron microscopy technique that allowed him to visualize condensing DNA

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The Lobotomist: A review

By | January 18, 2008

A new PBS documentary tells the troubled story of a doctor who performed nearly 3,000 lobotomies

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Vote now for the Best Places to Work in Industry

By | January 8, 2008

Survey closes Friday, March 7, so log your vote today

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