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From chemist to chef

By | November 3, 2006

A former biochemist has built a new career unraveling the mysteries of the kitchen

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Boston biolab plan will be reassessed

By | November 2, 2006

Boston University and the NIH have agreed to reassess the environmental risks of their high-security anti-terrorism lab

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Cooler mice live longer

By | November 2, 2006

Transgenic mice with lower core body temperatures have markedly longer lifespans

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EPA shuts down libraries

By | November 2, 2006

Agency also seeks major cuts in lab costs over the next five years

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SIDS tied to serotonin dysfunctions

By | November 1, 2006

Abnormalities in the medullas of SIDS infants may be more extensive than previously thought, according to a new report

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Stem cell divide in midterm elections

By | November 1, 2006

Senate elections and Missouri initiative could influence the direction of research

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Ethics rules may hurt NIH staffing

By | October 31, 2006

Survey reveals undercurrent of discontent, fueling questions about the future of NIH

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MicroRNA evolution put to the test

By | October 30, 2006

Two Nature Genetics papers probe evolution and functionality of microRNAs and their target sites

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Mitochondrial Madonnas

By | October 27, 2006

A painter reinvents the Madonna and child genre using imagery from genetics

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Thrilling science

By | October 27, 2006

An exhibit at London's Dana Centre uses fairground rides to explore the biology of excitement

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