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Needed: Praise for Postdocs

By | September 1, 2006

Why should junior investigators get all the glory? Postdocs do most of the work.

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Save the Great Apes!

By | September 1, 2006

Should we repatriate wild-caught animals? And are some animals more equal than others?

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The Kevorkianization of Dolly

By | September 1, 2006

Scientists must learn lessons from Dr. Death to prevent a war over tissue engineering.

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A Bloody Mess

By | August 1, 2006

Emergency research raises the question: Can trials without consent work?

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The Best of Times, the Worst of Times

By | August 1, 2006

Changes in investment strategies in the midst of a volatile market point the way towards stability.

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The Scientific Do-Over

By | August 1, 2006

What would you do if you could apply modern technologies to yesterday's scientific questions?

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The Shape of Armageddon

By | August 1, 2006

Sure, the world will end. What will rise up to take the place of human civilization?

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Who Knows You?

By | August 1, 2006

To create a niche for yourself and make sure people are aware of what you do best, approach networking as a long-term strategy.

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Farewell to Babel

By | July 1, 2006

Will science become monolingual?

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The Chief of Bioethics

By | July 1, 2006

Why the fact that bioethics is difficult to explain is a positive development.

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