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Chromatin and cancer

By | April 14, 2011

A flurry of studies suggests mutations in chromatin remodeling proteins are a common cancer pathway


News in a nutshell

By | April 14, 2011

Fukushima update; antidepressants probed; money for nutritionally-enhanced crops


Textbook moth mutation located

By | April 14, 2011

Identifying the genomic region that gave peppered moths their darker coloration during the Industrial Revolution lends molecular support to a classic example of evolutionary change


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By | April 13, 2011

Fill out our annual Salary Survey to help us calculate the most current salary data for life scientists

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Old open air voyagers

By | April 13, 2011

Freshwater eukaryotes may have ventured onto land nearly 500 million years earlier than fossil evidence previously suggested


Q&A: Medicinal microbiota

By | April 13, 2011

Two microbiologists speculate about the possibilities for developing therapeutics that affect human microbial communities


Top 7 in oncology

By | April 12, 2011

A snapshot of the most highly ranked articles in oncology, from Faculty of 1000


Overcoming resistance

By | April 11, 2011

Altering microbial enzymes can lead to more powerful drugs that are effective against bacteria resistant to traditional antibiotics


Chasing Haeckel

By | April 8, 2011

A documentary centered on Ernst Haeckel's drawings of radiolarians sets the unity of art and science in motion


Baruch Blumberg dies

By | April 7, 2011

The virologist identified the hepatitis B virus and saved millions of lives by helping to develop the vaccine against it


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