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The most intimate self portrait

By | March 16, 2007

Artists dive inside the body to expose its secret elements

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Copy number linked to autism

By | March 15, 2007

Researchers find high rates of copy number mutations in non-heritable forms of autism

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Protect basic research: UK scientists

By | March 15, 2007

Budget cuts and emphasis on applied research have sparked concerns among scientists and politicians

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Ocean home to new proteins, families

By | March 14, 2007

Sequencing the sea's microbial communities uncovers millions of new proteins and thousands of unknown protein families

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VA healthcare research halted

By | March 14, 2007

Studies of healthcare quality at seven US Veterans Affairs research centers suspended indefinitely after security breach

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Judge to rule on chimp lawsuit

By | March 12, 2007

Decision will determine whether a scientist can seek damages from Ohio State University over chimp deaths

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Biotechnology on display

By | March 9, 2007

A gallery-turned-laboratory fuses art and science

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Knut Schmidt-Nielsen dies

By | March 8, 2007

International Prize for Biology winner was a pioneer in the field of comparative physiology

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MRC head to step down

By | March 8, 2007

Colin Blakemore decides not to apply for a second term at the agency, currently in the midst of major reforms

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More than 150 new cancer mutations found

By | March 7, 2007

Study suggests the human body contains a surprising number of mutations that play a role in the disease

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