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Arthur Kornberg dies

By | October 29, 2007

Biochemist earned a Nobel for synthesizing DNA in a test tube

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Science without laws

By | October 26, 2007

Model systems, cases, exemplary narratives -- an excerpt

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ScienceHack

By | October 26, 2007

Site traffic builds at a new science video portal, but scientists call for more advanced, cited content

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Visfatin study retracted from Science

By | October 25, 2007

Osaka researchers retract disputed paper but claim results are valid

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New heart anatomy for fruit flies

By | October 22, 2007

Findings may help explain reverse heartbeats in Drosophila

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Sex genes in addiction?

By | October 22, 2007

Study links faster habit formation in females with genes on sex chromosomes

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Unrest in the ACS

By | October 22, 2007

Anonymous Email draws attention to controversial practices in publishing house

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How now, Stephen King?

By | October 18, 2007

When it comes to life sciences, the master storyteller asks more questions than he answers

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Scientist sues over opinion piece

By | October 18, 2007

Kwang Yul Cha alleges Bruce Flamm was defamatory in a March opinion in obstetrics magazine

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Stem cell work under investigation

By | October 17, 2007

Australian researcher working under new CIRM president Alan Trounson submitted false progress reports

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