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Prof slapped over harassment training

By | December 11, 2008

UC Irvine relieves a faculty member of supervisory duties for refusing to take sexual harassment training

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The women that stay

By | December 9, 2008

Tell us about the programs you know of that have successfully helped women stay in science

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The 3 cent microfluidics chip

By | December 8, 2008

Harvard chemists craft an inexpensive paper analytic device that could improve health care in developing nations

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Saving Luna

By | December 5, 2008

What can science learn from one lonely killer whale?

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Univ. sues biostatistician for $30M

By | December 2, 2008

Lawsuit alleges that biostatistician Sanford Bolton failed to share drug company royalties with St. John's University

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Postdocs outside of the US: Respond today!

By | November 25, 2008

Survey open four more days

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Iron Science

By | November 21, 2008

A Canadian competition celebrates science teachers with a flair for the dramatic

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Amoeba tracks trump trace fossils?

By | November 20, 2008

Trails left by giant, rolling protists shed new light on a longstanding debate among paleontologists

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Fingerprints for cancer

By | November 14, 2008

Geneticists step out of research role to raise funds for cancer

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Are you a postdoc? Vote today!

By | November 13, 2008

Only two weeks left in the survey -- let us know what you think of your institution

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