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New clues to flavivirus replication

By | August 1, 2006

Scientists find first 5' promoter element in dengue genome, perhaps explaining why virus loops before being copied

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UK not upping pay for postdocs

By | August 1, 2006

RCUK report shows many schools aren't applying for extra funding to supplement young researcher salaries

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Revealing research's secrets on stage

By | July 28, 2006

Eva Amsen, a Ph.D. candidate in biochemistry at the University of Toronto and Hospital for Sick Children, reviews a new science play, The Lab.

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Science plays come of age

By | July 28, 2006

Lauren Gunderson -- a playwright, screenwriter, short story author, and actor based in Atlanta, GA -- discusses the art of scientific storytelling

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Spanish genotyping facility may close

By | July 26, 2006

More than 20 research projects in jeopardy following failed moving plans

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EU won't stop funding stem cell research

By | July 25, 2006

Compromise avoids all-out ban on embryonic work pushed by Germany

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Hunt for new WHO head heats up

By | July 25, 2006

Three names emerge as potential replacements for Lee Jong-Wook

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Phase I trials need improvement: UK group

By | July 25, 2006

Following deadly monoclonal antibody trial, experts convened by the government issued 22 recommendations to keep volunteers safe

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Chromosome copies confer resistance

By | July 24, 2006

Extra copies of key chromosomal segments make Candida fungi drug resistant, could provide cancer clues

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Conflicts of interest at Federal agencies

By | July 24, 2006

FDA plans to review guidelines, while new report shows conflicts common in NAS panels

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