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Panel gives CMAJ editorial independence

By | July 17, 2006

Medical association agrees to take over ownership of troubled journal

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Australian scientists can now speak freely

By | July 14, 2006

In response to concerns over gagging, government agency changes policy

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Discouraged by science? Try writing

By | July 13, 2006

Q&A with Chris McCabe, a geneticist who writes novels to escape from the drudgery of writing unsuccessful grants and un-published papers

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When manipulating data becomes art

By | July 13, 2006

A Scottish project helps artists get inspired by raw scientific findings

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DNA overwinds when stretched

By | July 12, 2006

Counterintuitive findings could shed light on how proteins bind to DNA

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Nanowires common in bacteria?

By | July 11, 2006

Microbes may use electrically conductive nanowires to help transport electrons

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U.S. Senate to okay expanded stem cell bill?

By | July 10, 2006

Senators will likely approve use of federal funding for newly derived lines, putting the ball in the President's court

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Promoting science in fiction

By | July 7, 2006

Q&A with Ann Lackie, novelist and former scientist

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UK fights over nat'l stem cell network

By | July 7, 2006

Widespread disagreement over how network should run and what it should do stymies progress

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Working on ''Eleventh Hour''

By | July 7, 2006

Creator of UK science-fiction series explains how science TV dramas can produce backstage dramas of their own

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