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New African Bone Marrow Registry

By | March 19, 2012

Nigeria launches its first ever bone marrow registry, which should make it easier to find matches for black people around the world.

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HHMI Competition Opens

By | March 16, 2012

The biomedical institute seeks up to 30 new investigators in its first nationwide search in 5 years.

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Research is Tough for Dads Too

By | March 12, 2012

A new survey finds that men as well as women scientists struggle to find time for family and life outside of the lab.

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Trouble at the CDC?

By | March 12, 2012

Anonymous letters to The Lancet point to problems with the CDC's Center for Global Health, but the agency denies the allegations.

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High Tumor Heterogeneity Confirmed

By | March 9, 2012

One biopsy may not provide enough information about the array of mutations in cancer to devise treatments based on a tumor’s genetic profile.

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Origami Sensors

By | March 9, 2012

An inexpensive 3-D paper sensor could test for HIV and malaria.

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The Sweet Sounds of Spider Silk

By | March 7, 2012

A researcher spins spider silk into violin strings.

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H5N1 Insiders Speak Out

By | March 6, 2012

NSABB and Congress members voice their opinions about the new developments in the H5N1 research debate.

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Designer Aspirin Fights Cancer

By | March 5, 2012

Early experiments show that a hybrid form of the common pain reliever can effectively inhibit the growth of many tumor types.

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Bioethicist Resigns from CellTex

By | March 1, 2012

Bioethicist Glenn McGee, founder of the American Journal of Bioethics, resigned from a controversial stem cell company.

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