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Cell biology hits the red carpet

By | December 14, 2007

This year's ASCB conference honored a series of short films about science

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Forget mistletoe - what about DNA?

By | December 14, 2007

A new dating service matches singles using major histocompatibility complex genes

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How to change NIH peer review?

By | December 12, 2007

Tell us what you think about the agency's ideas for improving how it evaluates grant applications

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The best laboratory Web sites

By | December 12, 2007

View the results of the first ever Laboratory Web Site and Video Awards

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MRSA: RIP?

By | December 11, 2007

A Tufts biologist devises a strategy she says can save the tens of thousands of people infected each year with the deadly "superbug"

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Fly sex peptide flips behavior

By | December 10, 2007

Researchers identify molecular switch for post-mating behavior in insects

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Of Dickens and Darwin

By | December 7, 2007

Despite appearances, scientists and literary authors have spent centuries mirroring each other, albeit indirectly

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On the move

By | December 7, 2007

We know more than ever about migratory patterns, just as they are beginning to disappear

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Aesthetic engineering

By | November 29, 2007

Ginny Ruffner interprets science through glass sculpture

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MicroRNAs go from stop to start

By | November 29, 2007

MicroRNAs can both dampen and activate gene expression at different points in the cell cycle, study suggests

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