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Gut bugs affect mating

By | November 1, 2010

Differences in diet alter the composition of microbiota in Drosophila, which appears to in turn influence mate preferences -- and drive speciation

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Amber treasures

By | October 28, 2010

See some of the newly discovered species preserved for millions of years in tree resin

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Strong immunity=low fertility

By | October 28, 2010

A study in wild sheep may help explain why natural selection has not eradicated weak or self-destructive immune systems

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Directing attention via machine

By | October 27, 2010

A new brain-machine interface demonstrates how humans direct their thoughts

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Top 7 Hidden Jewels

By | October 26, 2010

Check out the hottest papers from less obvious journals, as ranked by F1000

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Giant marine virus found

By | October 25, 2010

Researchers discover yet another virus with a large, complex genome, suggesting they may be fairly common

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Brain cell origin solved

By | October 21, 2010

Brain macrophages are derived from cells in the embryonic yolk sac, finally solving an ongoing controversy in neuroscience

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Maggot Monets

By | October 21, 2010

A Southeastern Louisiana University researcher uses paintings made by maggots to turn students on to forensic entomology

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New clue in dengue infection

By | October 21, 2010

Researchers uncover an unusual requirement for dengue entry into cells

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Clock affects RNA splicing

By | October 20, 2010

Circadian rhythms regulate the processing of gene transcripts, helping explain the light-dark cycle's effect on physiology

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