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Study doubles avian flu genetic data

By | January 27, 2006

Genomic analysis of database might point to deadly mutations

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Wildfire logging debate heats up

By | January 27, 2006

Controversial Science paper lacked appropriate caveats, some forestry scientists say

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PETA asks journal to retract paper

By | January 26, 2006

Animal rights group argues research violated journal policy by torturing animals

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Study challenges metabolic scaling law

By | January 26, 2006

Authors claim respiration-mass relationship differs between plants and animals, but others argue "universal" theory of scaling still holds

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Science librarians question cuts

By | January 25, 2006

Health Canada decision raises debate over cost-saving of electronic journals

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EPA decision on human testing expected soon

By | January 24, 2006

Some agency scientists say loopholes in drafted law would allow unethical pesticide studies

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FASEB recommends 5% NIH boost

By | January 23, 2006

The coalition plans grassroots and Capitol Hill lobbying campaigns to push NIH budget to $30 billion in Fiscal 2007

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And if bird flu hits Africa?

By | January 20, 2006

WHO warns of risk, emphasizes the need to strengthen the continent?s laboratory services

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X chromosomes talk by pairing

By | January 20, 2006

Study suggests similar pairings may characterize other genetic interactions

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MicroRNA may modulate memory

By | January 19, 2006

Researchers report that the non-coding RNAs influence protein synthesis at synapses

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