Muscles and rows of pigment cells (melanocytes) are visible in this claw from the crustacean amphipode Phronima sp.
By The Scientist Staff | January 10, 2013
Christian Sardet and Sharif Mirshak, Olympus BioScapes 2012 Life Science Photo Awards
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By Joan Ellis
The scientific community and the impact of the Myriad Genetics Supreme Court decision
By Dan Cossins
Backed by two leading medical journals, researchers propose a new plan to publish clinical trial data that pharmaceutical companies often try to bury.
By The Scientist Staff
The dragonfly Diplacodes trivialis, commonly found in the gardens, fields and playgrounds of Asia and the Pacific Islands, usually perches on the ground and rarely flies higher than 1 meter.
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