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Behavior brief

By | January 6, 2011

A round up of recent discoveries in behavior research

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Normal today, cancer tomorrow

By | January 6, 2011

Researchers discover how cancer can develop overnight

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Tears dampen arousal

By | January 6, 2011

Women's tears contain a chemical signal that reduces men's sexual excitement

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Malaria parasites synch with host

By | January 5, 2011

Plasmodium microbes that cause malaria coordinate with the internal clocks of their hosts to increase their chances of survival

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Top 7 papers in multicellularity

By | January 5, 2011

In light of this month's feature on the evolution of multicellularity, we present a snapshot of the latest most highly ranked articles in this field, from Faculty of 1000

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Opinion: 6 impossible things

By | January 4, 2011

Why biomedical research is stressful, and how it can be slightly less so

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Top 7 in biochemistry

By | January 4, 2011

A snapshot of the most highly ranked articles in biochemistry, from Faculty of 1000

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New gut bacteria regulate immunity

By | December 23, 2010

Another example of commensal microbes that affect host immunity may hold implications for the treatment of autoimmune diseases and other ailments

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Ring in 2011 with a stem cell calendar

By | December 23, 2010

Need a last minute gift? Try a calendar of stem cell scientists, which will also support the research

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Model organisms up close

By | December 22, 2010

New research from the frontlines of the modENCODE Project reveals the most comprehensive genomic picture of the worm and the fruit fly

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