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Seeing single protein production

By | March 16, 2006

Papers in Nature and Science provide the first methods for observing translation of single protein molecules in real time

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Biobank project finally underway

By | March 15, 2006

UK's enormous prospective study of genes, environment, and disease begins subject recruitment

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Scientists counter Wilmut criticisms

By | March 15, 2006

Response follows media furor over admission by Dolly first author that he did not deserve half of the credit

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Microparadigms in cell biology?

By | March 14, 2006

Textual model questions efficiency of gaining scientific knowledge

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Time running out for veteran health study

By | March 13, 2006

No funding -- and no plan -- to preserve data, biological specimens gathered in 25-year, $143 million project

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UK to axe 160 environment jobs

By | March 13, 2006

Plan to restructure Centre for Ecology and Hydrology will see four research sites shut

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Budget cuts imperil EPA library system

By | March 10, 2006

Research database, access to documents may be curtailed in Fiscal 2007 budget proposal

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Editorial revolt continues at CMAJ

By | March 9, 2006

Journal scrambling to create review panel and appoint new editors

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Transcription factors help distinguish humans

By | March 9, 2006

Most gene expression is under stabilizing selection in primates, but humans show directional evolution of regulatory genes

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Visa problems persist

By | March 8, 2006

Despite shortened delays, security measures still casting wide net for scientists hoping to visit the US

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