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Tenderness

By | July 13, 2007

In the story that earned first prize at the 2007 Subtle Science short story competition, part of the Oxford Literary Festival, a non-scientist falls in love with a state-of-the-art laboratory

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The subtle side of science

By | July 13, 2007

The winners of a writing competition bring the stories of scientists to life

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Precision in fly patterning

By | July 12, 2007

New findings suggest a surprising level of accuracy in regulation of protein controlling body plan development

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Anne McLaren dies

By | July 11, 2007

Royal Society medal winner was a leader in mammalian development research

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Vote now for the Best Places to Work in Academia

By | July 10, 2007

Help us provide you with comparative information on the best academic institutions worldwide.

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Does tenure need to change?

By | July 9, 2007

We've had a great response to the debate on whether the current way of evaluating scientists is reasonable. Add your thoughts by Wednesday (July 25) and help shape our upcoming feature on the subject

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Rensselaer provost's plan for FASEB

By | July 9, 2007

Robert Palazzo got his start studying centrosomes, and now prepares to take on the NIH

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From father to daughter

By | July 6, 2007

A child grows up in the lab, and now shows the world what she's learned

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'Open access' opening wider

By | July 5, 2007

More research institutes require free access, but bill requiring it at NIH faces presidential veto

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Less plasticity in adult stem cells

By | July 5, 2007

Adult neural stem cells in mice are a diverse, restricted set of progenitors

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