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Poisoning the Poison

By | October 1, 2007

A new biologic could save the thousands of people killed by pesticides every year.

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What is Your Brain Worth?

By | October 1, 2007

Neurological diseases cost billions, but we shouldn't overspend on brain research.

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Me First!

By | September 1, 2007

The system of scientific authorship is in crisis. Two new rules could help make things right.

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Out of Africa

By | September 1, 2007

A once-obscure virus spreads its wings, sickening hundreds. How did this happen?

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Goodbye to Oranges?

By | August 1, 2007

A virus has the orange industry in trouble, and growers are partly to blame.

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How Much Should Gardasil Cost?

By | August 1, 2007

Merck could cut the price of its new vaccine by 90% and still do very well.

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Do Universities Need Quotas?

By | July 1, 2007

Many groups are underrepresented at schools, and Brazil's trying to do something about it.

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Thanks, Andrew Speaker

By | July 1, 2007

One man with TB shows the world why the quarantine system often doesn't work.

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No More Periods - Period

By | June 1, 2007

Human nature and the end of menstruation.

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Programmed Dissatisfaction

By | June 1, 2007

Does one gene drive all progress in science and the arts?

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