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Leapin' lizards

By | June 13, 2008

Bipedal reptiles caught on film hint at locomotion mysteries

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Lab-art-ory

By | June 5, 2008

An artist and scientists find common ground at a world renowned genomics institute

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Best Places to Work in Academia

By | June 2, 2008

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Banana: R.I.P.

By | May 30, 2008

They're in trouble. Can biotechnology save the fruit?

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Salary Survey - last week to respond!

By | May 30, 2008

Survey closes on June 6 - in September we'll publish the most current salary data and analysis for life scientists

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The man behind the peas

By | May 23, 2008

"Gregor Mendel: Planting the Seeds of Genetics" lays its roots in Philadelphia

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Antipodal beauty, literary panache

By | May 16, 2008

Excerpts from Water, Ice & Stone: Science and Memory on the Antarctic Lakes

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Darwin and deduction

By | May 9, 2008

Almost two hundred years after the father of evolution was born, the implications of his ideas are still being recognized.

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Science has designs on art

By | May 2, 2008

A look at the Museum of Modern Art's "Design and the Elastic Mind"

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The pace of conservation

By | April 25, 2008

Endangered species need time and science to survive a world altered by human disturbance; Margaret Guthrie reviews "Darwin's Fox and My Coyote"

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