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Fungus follows fertilization path

By | November 11, 2010

Similar molecular components underlie infection and fertilization in Arabidopsis plants

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How fear flows through the mind

By | November 10, 2010

A neuronal circuit in the brain acts like a seesaw to control fear impulses, reveals a surprisingly up-close look at neurons

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Opinion: Research redesign

By | November 9, 2010

We Have Met the Enemy and He is Us: A scientist proposes a redesign of the US biomedical research enterprise

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Top 7 papers in neuroscience

By | November 9, 2010

A snapshot of the highest-ranked articles in neuroscience and related fields, as ranked by F1000

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Science and magic

By | November 5, 2010

Ladies and gentleman, feast your eyes on the first ever book about the neuroscience of illusion

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Cancer's shield seen, stripped

By | November 4, 2010

Researchers find - and reverse - tumors' ability to hide from the immune system

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Electricity ups knack for numbers?

By | November 4, 2010

A noninvasive tool that emits weak electrical currents appears to help people during tests related to mathematical ability

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Which bug is ugliest?

By | November 4, 2010

Decision 2010 -- Cast your vote for this year's creepiest insect

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Same poop, different gut

By | November 3, 2010

For physicians and researchers alike, fecal transplants present an opportunity to gain insight into disease

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Top 7 genetics papers

By | November 2, 2010

A snapshot of the highest-ranked articles in genetics and related areas in the past 30 days

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