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Capecchi, Smithies and Evans share the Nobel

By | October 5, 2007

Researchers are honored for developing genetic techniques for making knockout mice

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Migrations influenced immune evolution

By | October 5, 2007

Human innate immunity differs between Africans and others, perhaps due to different infectious environments

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Natural selections?

By | October 5, 2007

A guide to the weird, wonderful, and (in many cases) troubling implications of modern evolutionary science

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Q&A: Leszek Borysiewicz

By | October 5, 2007

The new head of the UK's Medical Research Council discusses the challenges ahead

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Calif. stem cell agency back on track?

By | October 4, 2007

Agency won't award two grants, and sells more bonds than expected in first public sale

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Disputed stem cell patents amended

By | October 4, 2007

Changes to challenged stem cell patents are not a step-back from their claims, says WARF

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No new Science chief until '08

By | October 3, 2007

AAAS's search committee doesn't plan to get going until next year

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Vote now for the Best Places to Work as a Postdoc

By | October 1, 2007

Your thoughts about your workplace will help us rank the best postdoc institutions around the world

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Fascinating Bohr

By | September 28, 2007

The physicist (and Einstein's esteemed colleague and sometime intellectual opponent) Niels Bohr gave biologists a new conceptual tool

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MRC confirms new chief

By | September 28, 2007

Imperial College vaccinologist to head UK biomedical research

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