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The war against war metaphors

By | February 16, 2007

The age-old practice may harm both science and scientists

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U of Washington chided for lab conditions

By | February 16, 2007

The institution closes its health research facility and plans a $20 million renovation to maintain accreditation

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Neurogenesis happens in humans, too

By | February 15, 2007

There's more evidence that neurogenesis occurs in the human olfactory bulb, but what do these new neurons actually do?

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Biologists cleared of misconduct

By | February 14, 2007

A University of Missouri probe of a Science paper exonerates the lead author and two co-authors, but a fourth author is on the lam, and still under scrutiny

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Concerns about NIH 'Common Fund'

By | February 13, 2007

Some researchers fear anticipated funding increases for trans-NIH activities, while supported by biomedical groups, could draw research dollars away from specific areas

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Gov't scientist accused of sample tampering

By | February 12, 2007

Florida chemist may be fired for using too few technical codes on samples after he reports high levels of water pollution

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Viruses bridge gap to healthy cells

By | February 12, 2007

Retroviruses build cytoplasmic "bridges" to help them move from infected to target cells

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A new way to suppress apoptosis?

By | February 9, 2007

A chromosomal protein appears to help deactivate cell growth regulator p53

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Hollywood's take on human heredity

By | February 9, 2007

Over the past 100 years, films have simultaneously mistrusted and marveled in the possibility of genomic improvement

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Say it with molecules

By | February 9, 2007

Biobaubles charm scientists and the people who love them

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