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How to treat premature infants

By | November 15, 2006

A Nuffield Council Working Party takes on the ethical issues in neonatal critical care

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Neanderthal DNA sequenced

By | November 15, 2006

Early findings suggest Neanderthal and human DNA diverged about 500,000 years ago

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NSF examines plateau in US publications

By | November 14, 2006

US scientists' share of publications is declining in the face of competition from countries like China

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Proteins may behave differently in fluids

By | November 14, 2006

Snapshots taken with methods such as crystallography may not reflect how protein complexes behave in their more native fluid environments, according to new research

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University of Missouri probes possible fraud

By | November 14, 2006

Images in Science paper may have been faked.

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The naked truth

By | November 10, 2006

Chemist and playwright Carl Djerassi throws back the curtain on the scientific establishment to reveal truths that aren?t always flattering

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Science bills head to lame duck session

By | November 9, 2006

U.S. lawmakers seek to act on issues including stem cells and biodefense before Congress adjourns

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WHO nominates director general

By | November 8, 2006

Chinese expert in communicable diseases to lead the organization

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Int'l students trickle back to US

By | November 7, 2006

Survey finds new student enrollment is up in the life sciences, but questions about broader recovery loom

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Lentiviral vectors appear safe for gene therapy

By | November 7, 2006

First clinical trials with lentiviral vectors find them safe and possibly effective for HIV gene therapy

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