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Lost Colony DNA

By | January 1, 2012

Genotyping could answer a centuries-old mystery about a vanished group of British settlers.

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Top People of 2011

By | December 21, 2011

Genotyping could answer a centuries-old mystery about a vanished group of British settlers.

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Court Rules Against Mikovits

By | December 21, 2011

Genotyping could answer a centuries-old mystery about a vanished group of British settlers.

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Video Gamers Help Solve Disease

By | December 20, 2011

Genotyping could answer a centuries-old mystery about a vanished group of British settlers.

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The Scientist's 2011 Geeky Gift Guide

By | December 16, 2011

Genotyping could answer a centuries-old mystery about a vanished group of British settlers.

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Job Creation, NIH Style

By | December 15, 2011

Genotyping could answer a centuries-old mystery about a vanished group of British settlers.

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Pharma Learns from Carmakers

By | December 14, 2011

Genotyping could answer a centuries-old mystery about a vanished group of British settlers.

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A Graduate Student Union?

By | December 14, 2011

Genotyping could answer a centuries-old mystery about a vanished group of British settlers.

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Hard-to-Get Stem Cells

By | December 14, 2011

Genotyping could answer a centuries-old mystery about a vanished group of British settlers.

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Darwin Didn't Plagiarize Wallace

By | December 13, 2011

Genotyping could answer a centuries-old mystery about a vanished group of British settlers.

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