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Surprises in fly genome

By | November 7, 2007

Comparative genome sequencing of 12 Drosophila species reveals new genes, gene structures, and regulators

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Citation Classics: This week in 1977

By | November 5, 2007

A cardiologist recalls his work developing a non-explosive method for protein separation

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NJ to vote on stem cell bond act

By | November 5, 2007

The state decides on $450 million for research

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Autism, as seen onstage

By | November 2, 2007

A new play depicts a scientist's struggle to understand her autistic teenager

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Flying lemurs are monkeys' uncle

By | November 1, 2007

Genomic study revises understanding of primate origins

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Leslie Orgel dies

By | November 1, 2007

Multifaceted biochemist was best known as proponent of 'RNA world' theory

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Sensing through non-sensory cells

By | October 31, 2007

Activity in non-sensory cells of the developing ear may help form neural pathways in hearing

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Arthur Kornberg dies

By | October 29, 2007

Biochemist earned a Nobel for synthesizing DNA in a test tube

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Science without laws

By | October 26, 2007

Model systems, cases, exemplary narratives -- an excerpt

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ScienceHack

By | October 26, 2007

Site traffic builds at a new science video portal, but scientists call for more advanced, cited content

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