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Biomedical research is ripe for a stimulus

By | February 9, 2009

What it'll take to reinvigorate the enterprise

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Heather Joseph: Q&A

By | February 9, 2009

An open access advocate discusses why she feels that overturning an NIH policy would be a big mistake

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Knit, purl, medulla oblongata

By | February 6, 2009

The warp and weft of weaving yarn into brains

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The genes that turn 'three' red

By | February 5, 2009

The first-ever genome-wide scan of synesthesia may illuminate how genetics drives complex cognitive traits

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Animal eggs no good for cloning?

By | February 2, 2009

Gene expression differences suggest cloned human embryos are pluripotent but human-animal hybrids are not

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Lost in translation?

By | January 29, 2009

A new book plots a course through the hinterland that lies between scientific innovation and commercial success

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White noses hit PA brown bats

By | January 29, 2009

A deadly fungus has reached winged mammals in Pennsylvania

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The lighter side of scientific fraud

By | January 28, 2009

A 34-year-old medical journal spoof is finally debunked

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Rate your company, respond today

By | January 27, 2009

Got questions about our Best Places to Work in Industry survey, and why you should respond? We've got the answers

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Geron CEO: Q&A

By | January 26, 2009

Thomas Okarma discusses the long and controversial path to harnessing the power of human embryonic stem cells

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