Sawfly larvae (Craesus septentrionalis), with heads down and tails high, feast on a leaf.
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By Jenny Rood
Nature journals will ask authors to authenticate cell lines used in manuscript submissions starting next month.
By Kerry Grens
Personalized pancreatic cancer therapies based on tumor genomics may take too long to prepare to be helpful, according to a small clinical trial.
By The Scientist Staff
Researchers recently modified the cells of a poplar tree to divide more quickly.
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