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Six-legged soldiers

By | October 24, 2008

Insects have been converted into weapons of war and tools of terror for millennia. A new book asks: Are we ready for the next wave?

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Vote for the Best Places to Work as a Postdoc

By | October 23, 2008

Respond today and put your institution in the running for this year's number one spot

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Pharma critics censored?

By | October 21, 2008

Rumors of censorship swirl as Harvard's student-run health policy journal takes down its Web site

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Scientists pick their President

By | October 20, 2008

A revealing look at The Scientist's mock election results

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Hollywood in Antarctica

By | October 17, 2008

A new movie explores the work of intrepid polar scientists

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Nobel nosh

By | October 10, 2008

How you, too, can dine like a laureate

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George Palade dies

By | October 8, 2008

The cell biologist discovered the ribosome and other cell components, earning him a Nobel, a Lasker, and a National Medal of Science

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Audubon, the fledgling

By | October 2, 2008

Slideshow: A new book showcases the early drawings of an eventual master

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Vote for the Best Places to Work as a Postdoc

By | October 2, 2008

Respond today and put your institution in the running for this year's number one spot

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Egg & Nest: A slideshow

By | September 19, 2008

A new book explores the beauty of avian homebuilding and babymaking

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