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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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A case of mistaken identity

By | September 16, 2008

A cell line used in more than 650 published breast cancer studies may not be a breast cancer cell line at all

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Science novice, Sudoku master

By | September 11, 2008

A Stanford postdoc rules the Sudoku world

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Q&A: The molecular locksmith

By | September 9, 2008

National Medal of Science laureate Robert Lefkowitz was one of the first to show that receptors were real protein structures

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A scientist trapped in an artist's body

By | September 5, 2008

Ahna Skop masterfully balances research and creativity

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An eye on history

By | August 29, 2008

A new book explores the science of sight - past and present

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Dr. Mom

By | August 22, 2008

A new book explores the challenges of balancing motherhood and a career in science

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Eco-Oscars

By | August 14, 2008

Student filmmakers vie for top prize at the Ecological Society of America's film fest

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An orchestra that works and plays

By | August 7, 2008

A band of doctor-musicians travels to the UK to make collaborative connections

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The long and winding road

By | July 31, 2008

An author traverses intellectual intrigue and scientific rivalry to trace the conceptual evolution of the gene

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