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Why sex evolved

By | October 13, 2010

The activity is more likely to pop up in heterogeneous environments

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Top 7 papers in neuroscience

By | October 12, 2010

A snapshot of the highest-F1000-ranked articles in neuroscience and related areas

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Bacteria form electric circuits?

By | October 11, 2010

Microbial appendages can conduct significant amounts of electricity, but how the bacteria use the so-called "nanowires" is still unclear

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Debate dogs Lyme meeting

By | October 11, 2010

Conflicting views over a chronic form of the disease cause some advocacy groups to withdraw from key workshop

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Science tarot

By | October 8, 2010

A whimsical deck of cards shuffles the worlds of logic and mythology

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Opinion: How to prevent fraud

By | October 7, 2010

Thoughts on how to catch scientific misconduct early from a researcher recently convicted of the offense

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Opinion: Back to the lab

By | October 6, 2010

A PhD science writer takes a job as a visiting scientist at a local biotech and quickly realizes that going back to the lab after a 5-year hiatus isn't easy

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Insulin is key to kidney disease

By | October 5, 2010

A form of kidney disease may result from defective insulin signaling, challenging conventional wisdom

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Top 7 in developmental biology

By | October 5, 2010

Check out the hottest papers in developmental biology and related fields, as ranked by F1000

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In vitro fertilization earns Nobel

By | October 4, 2010

Robert Edwards will take home this year's prize in Physiology or Medicine

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