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New strategy could make cells better transplant candidates

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Plugging in to science

By | December 15, 2006

Can video games help a wired generation connect to science?

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Taming tannins

By | December 15, 2006

Wine science and the quest for texture

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New class of small RNAs discovered

By | December 14, 2006

Deep sequencing of small RNAs from C. elegans uncovers 21U-RNAs

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Science bills hatch from lame duck

By | December 12, 2006

U.S. lawmakers pass NIH reform, biodefense initiative before adjourning for the year

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Senior NIH researcher pleads guilty

By | December 11, 2006

Federal prosecutors may now set sights on another senior scientist for alleged ethics violations

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Senate confirms von Eschenbach

By | December 8, 2006

Cancer expert becomes FDA commissioner despite opposition from a small group of senators

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Sound science

By | December 8, 2006

A surprise hit on public radio uses an irreverent style to sell listeners on science

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Body mass correlates with telomerase expression

By | December 7, 2006

Study of 15 species shows larger rodents express less telomerase, perhaps as a cancer-fighting adaptation

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CMAJ names editor-in-chief

By | December 7, 2006

Troubled journal appoints physician to fill fired editor's post

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