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First pages of regulation

By | June 13, 2007

Many regulatory sequences in the human genome are not conserved

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Journal editor retracts comments

By | June 8, 2007

The editor of Fertility and Sterility apologizes for damaging remarks to The Scientist about a controversial paper

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The art of alchemy

By | June 8, 2007

A new book explores the mystery and symbolism of the early days of chemistry

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Australia seeks ban on HIV+ immigrants

By | June 7, 2007

The proposal, one month before Sydney hosts a major AIDS conference, has angered AIDS researchers and advocates

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Fertilized eggs yield stem cells

By | June 6, 2007

Researchers successfully reprogram fertilized mouse eggs, producing both embryonic stem cells and cloned animals

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Synaptic proteins in sea sponge

By | June 6, 2007

Primitive beginnings of a nervous system in animals without one hint at the origins of the synapse

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NIH stops chimp breeding

By | June 5, 2007

Scientists debate whether the decision, which makes a 12-year-old moratorium permanent, will affect biomedical research

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Elsevier ditches arms trade

By | June 4, 2007

Following years of protest, the publisher of The Lancet, Cell, and other high-profile journals plans to stop organizing arms fairs

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Scientists lead Nigeria

By | June 4, 2007

With a chemist and zoologist running the country, will local science reap any benefits?

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A garden-variety scientist

By | June 1, 2007

Biologist Amy Lamb fell in love with seeing nature close-up, then traded her microscope for a camera lens

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