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Discrimination in academia

By | July 31, 2007

See what other readers had to say about the decision of a faculty member and administrator to resign over conditions at MIT

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Doubts over UK research head

By | July 31, 2007

Parliamentary committee questions MRC chair's leadership

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Gene therapy trial on hold

By | July 31, 2007

Researchers say viral vector unlikely to be culprit in patient's death

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Regulators evolve faster than genes

By | July 31, 2007

Mutations in regulatory sequences may be the main drivers of species divergence

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Yale dumps BioMed Central

By | July 31, 2007

The research institution decides not to renew membership to the open access publishing company

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Special feature: How should scientists sell science?

By | July 30, 2007

Tell us whether you think researchers should change the way they communicate hot-button issues to the public

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Who will replace Don Kennedy?

By | July 30, 2007

Leading scientists speculate as search for new Science editor-in-chief begins

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Designing buildings, using biology

By | July 27, 2007

Today's architects turn to biology more than ever. Here's why

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Authors retract Science paper

By | July 26, 2007

Lead author found guilty of misconduct in embryonic cell lineage paper called into question over a year ago

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Last chance to vote for the Best Places to Work in Academia

By | July 26, 2007

Add your voice to the poll and help us place your institution in the ranking. Survey closes Sept. 4

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