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New site pits 'published' vs. 'posted'

By | June 19, 2007

Nature Precedings raises questions over the value of sharing findings before submitting to peer review

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Plants, animals share signaling system

By | June 19, 2007

Endosome-mediating signaling occurs not just in animals, a finding that may ultimately turn back the clock on estimates of when this system evolved

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PLoS journal retracts phylogenetics paper

By | June 18, 2007

Computational Biology journal pulls paper about estimating the accuracy of phylogenetic trees, in what colleagues deem an exemplary process

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US Congress drafts funding boost

By | June 18, 2007

Biomedical advocates worry about NIH shortfall as Fiscal 2008 budget process begins in Congress

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Fifteen months in an icebox

By | June 15, 2007

Filmmaker Jean Lemire weathers one of the world's cruelest climates to document the effects of global warming

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Graffiti becomes art

By | June 15, 2007

One scientist made history when he asked a party guest to draw on his wall. The guest was Picasso, and the wall drawing is now famous

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Adult stem cell figure retracted

By | June 13, 2007

Nature pulls flawed data from highly-cited paper; additional findings from the same authors are under investigation

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First pages of regulation

By | June 13, 2007

Many regulatory sequences in the human genome are not conserved

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Journal editor retracts comments

By | June 8, 2007

The editor of Fertility and Sterility apologizes for damaging remarks to The Scientist about a controversial paper

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The art of alchemy

By | June 8, 2007

A new book explores the mystery and symbolism of the early days of chemistry

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