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War zone

By | May 21, 2010

An invasive ant defies the rules of social evolution by conquering California with battles between enormous colonies that act like separate species.

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Strike hurts Puerto Rico science

By | May 18, 2010

Researchers complain as University of Puerto Rico strike exceeds 50 days

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Fate of science "hero" uncertain

By | May 17, 2010

Senator Arlen Specter, long-time champion of biomedical research, is facing tough reelection battle

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Cuba invited to US conference

By | May 14, 2010

A Cuban pharmacologist and genetics expert was a speaker at a Puerto Rico biotech conference co-organized with the FDA

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Opinion: Encourage alternatives II

By | May 13, 2010

We don't talk enough about how scientists can excel outside the lab

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Woes hit foundation funds

By | May 5, 2010

Researchers are facing legal snags when applying for grants from non-profits

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Fraud: who is responsible?

By | April 29, 2010

Recent cases remind us that research misconduct is a persistent threat, says a journal editor

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Q&A: Science spouses

By | April 22, 2010

Rosemary and Peter Grant on this week's Kyoto Prize Symposium, spending three decades together on the Galapagos, and possible names for the potential new species they discovered

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Lonely beetles make more sperm

By | April 14, 2010

The strategy may help males make up for being bad fighters for females

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11 science lessons -- from war

By | April 12, 2010

Former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara's 11 lessons of war apply to scientific research, according to a biologist

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