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And then there were two

By | January 23, 2009

A cardiologist and a city health official lead the pack of potential FDA commissioners

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Blogging biology

By | January 23, 2009

A high school biology teacher brings Web 2.0 into the classroom

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The rainforest explained

By | January 16, 2009

A new book explores tropical treasure troves in words and images

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Sequencing the extinct

By | January 12, 2009

Scientists sequence Tasmanian tiger mtDNA and pave the way for others to harvest ancient DNA from moldering museum specimens

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Horse sense

By | January 8, 2009

A new book explores the impact of equines on early American energy and transportation technology

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No peace without biology

By | December 19, 2008

Our warring ways have roots deep in evolution. The authors of a new book ask: Can we find peace there too?

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The wisdom of the swarm

By | December 18, 2008

Locusts evolved the habit of forming massive groups to avoid predation, a new model suggests

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Fresh eyes on freaks

By | December 11, 2008

The curator of Philadelphia's Mütter Museum reviews a new book about medical oddities and their place in our understanding of biology

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Prof slapped over harassment training

By | December 11, 2008

UC Irvine relieves a faculty member of supervisory duties for refusing to take sexual harassment training

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The women that stay

By | December 9, 2008

Tell us about the programs you know of that have successfully helped women stay in science

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