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Biosafety lapses prompt govt. review

By | September 25, 2007

Accidents at university labs working with pathogens suggest an imperfect safety system

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Home-grown inner ear cells

By | September 25, 2007

Ability to culture hair cells holds promise for research, regeneration

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Space boosts bacterial virulence

By | September 25, 2007

Salmonella grown in space shows altered gene expression and is deadlier in mice

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Scientists criticize adult stem cell claim

By | September 24, 2007

German stem cell researchers say a colleague's claims about an adult stem cell heart therapy are scientifically flawed and politically motivated

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Monkey mugs

By | September 21, 2007

Photographer Jill Greenberg captures the essence of primativity in our simian cousins

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Mitochondria regulate cell stress

By | September 20, 2007

Mitochondrial energy stores allow cells to survive when stressed, and offer clues on how calorie restriction increases lifespan

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No progress on Science head search

By | September 20, 2007

A rumored candidate denies being under consideration

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Synthetic memory in eukaryotes?

By | September 19, 2007

A synthetic gene switch allows eukaryotic cells to recall exposure to a set stimulus

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Vote for your favorite life science blogs

By | September 18, 2007

Have your say in compiling the first list of the most popular life science blogs as decided by you, the community

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Influenza summers far from home

By | September 17, 2007

Flu strains migrate widely during summer off-season and evolve by swapping genes with other far-off strains

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