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It's Life Sciences, Mr. Bond

By | September 8, 2006

The 007 films are jam-packed with action, suspense and some truly unbelievable biological science, according to the authors of a new book on Bond

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Florida spends big on biotech

By | September 7, 2006

Two new deals show the state is in a league of its own when it comes to subsidies

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Cell death unnecessary for tumor suppression

By | September 6, 2006

Study shows p53's pathological responses to DNA damage are irrelevant to tumor suppression

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ERC gets seasoned leader

By | September 6, 2006

Former German Research Foundation president to lead the European Research Council

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Mothering the monsters

By | September 1, 2006

Maternity is both danger and salvation for 'mad' female scientists, says women's studies professor

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Climate change drives genetic changes

By | August 31, 2006

Rising temperatures cause worldwide genetic changes in Drosophila subobscura

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UK tissue act consolidates samples

By | August 31, 2006

New law that requires licenses for stored tissue is encouraging researchers to consolidate their samples into central repositories

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Immune cells may damage teeth

By | August 28, 2006

T-cells and B-cells express osteoclast activator in gum lesions, study finds

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Journal editor quits in conflict scandal

By | August 28, 2006

Neuropsychopharmacology's chief steps down after a paper he co-authored omitted significant financial disclosures

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Long-term potentiation hypothesis gets boost

By | August 24, 2006

LTP underlies hippocampal learning and memory, according to two new studies

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