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Top 5 papers in medicine, 2010

By | December 22, 2010

The year's most highly ranked articles in all of medicine, according to the Faculty of 1000

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African elephants: 2 for 1 deal

By | December 21, 2010

Savanna and forest elephants in Africa are two distinct species, according to new genetic data, settling a long-standing controversy

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Opinion: Success!

By | December 21, 2010

The astonishing secret to getting jobs, grants, papers, and happiness in biomedical research

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Top 7 in developmental biology

By | December 18, 2010

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

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Assassin takes gold

By | December 17, 2010

Meet the winners of this year's Ugly Bug Contest

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And now for the next 50 years...

By | December 16, 2010

Check out what attendees of this year's ASCB meeting predict will occur in the next 50 years of biology

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Fewer mutations in kids' cancer

By | December 16, 2010

The first genetic map of pediatric cancer reveals important differences from adult tumors

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Top retractions of 2010

By | December 16, 2010

A list of the biggest papers -- and scientists -- involved in retractions in the last year

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Arctic mismatch threat?

By | December 15, 2010

A new report suggests that hybridization between species may put the future of Arctic populations at risk

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New compound disrupts clock

By | December 14, 2010

A high-throughput chemical screen could identify new drug candidates for circadian diseases

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