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'Looming crisis' from NIH budget

By | March 20, 2007

Four years of flat funding causing major shifts in US biomedical research, university officials and senior scientists warn Congress

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Anti-malaria genes give mosquitoes an edge

By | March 20, 2007

Transgenic mosquitoes resistant to malaria infection outcompete normal mosquitoes when feeding on infected blood

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Germany amends research contract limits

By | March 19, 2007

Starting next month, German researchers must no longer leave public institutions after 12 years, a change officials hope will benefit mid-level scientists

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New agricultural research institute planned

By | March 19, 2007

US Senators seek $1 billion to fund peer-reviewed food and agricultural basic research

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My life as an advisor to TV and film

By | March 16, 2007

A consultant to CSI and other productions shares how to make fictional science seem real, and why sometimes it's okay to sacrifice accuracy for entertainment

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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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