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Of Dickens and Darwin

By | December 7, 2007

Despite appearances, scientists and literary authors have spent centuries mirroring each other, albeit indirectly

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On the move

By | December 7, 2007

We know more than ever about migratory patterns, just as they are beginning to disappear

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Aesthetic engineering

By | November 29, 2007

Ginny Ruffner interprets science through glass sculpture

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MicroRNAs go from stop to start

By | November 29, 2007

MicroRNAs can both dampen and activate gene expression at different points in the cell cycle, study suggests

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The great pretender

By | November 29, 2007

Theo Jansen takes evolution into his own hands, with PVC and a little wind

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Vote now for the best laboratory Web sites

By | November 20, 2007

Hurry up and submit you vote for The Scientist's Laboratory Web Site and Video Awards - voting ends Tuesday, December 4

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Race-based medicine?

By | November 19, 2007

African American heart drug study raises questions about benefits of racially targeted trials

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Kitchen mysteries

By | November 16, 2007

Molecular gastronomist uses science to answer common cooking conundrums

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Who killed Cora Crippen?

By | November 16, 2007

How one forensic biologist found a doctor had been wrongly hanged for murder nearly 100 years ago

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A programming language for DNA

By | November 15, 2007

Artificial DNA-based circuits could someday program cellular behavior, authors say

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