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Fallout at Fukushima -- Part 2

By | March 23, 2011

Are the workers at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi power plant at risk of genetic mutations that could cause cancer or hereditary effects?

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Opinion: Broadcasting misconduct

By | March 23, 2011

Sometimes going public with an accusation is the only way to bring the truth to light

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Fallout at Fukushima

By | March 22, 2011

What risks does Japan face as a result of radiation leakage from the nuclear power plant hit by the recent earthquake and tsunami?

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Top 7 in medicine

By | March 22, 2011

A snapshot of the most highly ranked articles in medicine and related areas, from Faculty of 1000

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Volcanic origin of proteins?

By | March 21, 2011

The reanalysis of a 1958 experiment suggests that volcanic eruptions may have spawned the amino acids that contributed to the rise of life on earth

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Evolvability, observed

By | March 17, 2011

The most successful E. coli strains in a long-term evolution experiment were those that showed the greatest potential for adaptation

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News in a nutshell

By | March 17, 2011

A new whistleblower measure; primates under pressure; how the blind "see"

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Opinion: Gulf science sputters

By | March 16, 2011

One year after BP's Deepwater Horizon (DWH) oil platform exploded and sent millions of gallons of crude gushing into the Gulf of Mexico, researching the disaster's ecological impact remains difficult

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Sperm mystery solved

By | March 16, 2011

Scientists identify the channel by which progesterone activates sperm to swim toward an egg

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Manipulative mosquito semen

By | March 15, 2011

Proteins transferred to female mosquitoes during copulation affect their behavior, and provide potential targets for disease control

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