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An orchestra that works and plays

By | August 7, 2008

A band of doctor-musicians travels to the UK to make collaborative connections

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The long and winding road

By | July 31, 2008

An author traverses intellectual intrigue and scientific rivalry to trace the conceptual evolution of the gene

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Sex, wild-style

By | July 25, 2008

A new exhibit displays the freaky side of animal sex and suggests an alternative to sexual selection

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Victor McKusick dies

By | July 24, 2008

Medical genetics pioneer earned a Lasker Award and National Medal of Science

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Science advocacy in an election year

By | July 10, 2008

New FASEB head discusses plans for getting science on the national agenda, both before and after the Presidential election

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Jindal's creationist folly

By | July 9, 2008

Louisiana's governor - and potential VP candidate - signed a bill that opens the door to intelligent design creationism in its schools

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Best Places to Work in Academia

By | July 7, 2008

Just two more days to vote - survey closes July 9

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Best Places to Work in Academia

By | July 7, 2008

Just two more days to vote - survey closes July 9

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Proteins gone wild

By | June 26, 2008

Another conversation between a molecular biologist and the proteins she studies

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What neo-creationists get right

By | June 20, 2008

An evolutionist shares lessons he's learned from the Intelligent Design camp

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