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Neuroscientist censured for misconduct

By | August 20, 2007

Researcher falsified data while a postdoc at Dartmouth, according to ORI

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Rhyme and reason

By | August 17, 2007

What good is science to poets? And what good is poetry to scientists?

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Role of extra chromosomes reconsidered

By | August 16, 2007

Tumor cell proliferation may not be due to aneuploidy, according to new study

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A new RNA disease?

By | August 15, 2007

A neurodegenerative disease is the second disease caused by mutant RNA

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How to resolve authorship disputes

By | August 14, 2007

We've had a great response so far debating the fairness of authorship rules. Give us your recommendations for how to change or improve the system of authorship by Wednesday, September 26 to help shape an upcoming feature in our Careers section

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New head at Calif. stem cell group

By | August 10, 2007

Richard Murphy, former head of Salk Institute, to fill temporary position

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Pass the comics -- No, the science ones

By | August 10, 2007

Traditionally fodder for young boys and Sunday papers, comics become a tool for communicating the cartoonish side of science

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Endocrine role for skeleton

By | August 8, 2007

Bone cell protein regulates insulin, says new study

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UK virus outbreak likely due to Surrey labs

By | August 8, 2007

Govt. report links foot-and-mouth outbreak to labs researching and producing vaccines

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Former UPenn postdoc faked images

By | August 7, 2007

Nineteen manipulated images prompted two retractions, according to ORI

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