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Southbound genes

By | April 8, 2009

A genome study in monarch butterflies pulls out a set of 40 key players in long distance migration

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Robo-researcher

By | April 2, 2009

Will robots one day replace human scientists at lab benches?

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Weaving glass

By | March 27, 2009

Two former scientists developed a revolutionary method for constructing glass sculptures

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Dishing dirt

By | March 20, 2009

In new book, an immunologist explains why an intimate connection to the earth beneath our feet can keep us healthy

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Molecules to the Max

By | March 13, 2009

A team of scientists takes IMAX viewers into the nanosphere with atomic particles in search of life's secrets

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Rock-It Science

By | March 6, 2009

Research rockers, real rock royalty and some scantily clad women assembled for a night of love and music

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Biology Rocks

By | February 27, 2009

The University of North Carolina biology department treats its guest speakers like rock stars. And they've got the sweet posters to prove it.

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The positives of globalization

By | February 26, 2009

International solidarity on a global scale for rare diseases

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Work in Industry? Respond today!

By | February 25, 2009

Only 10 days left to rate your company in our Best Places to Work in Industry survey

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The next FDA commissioner is...

By | February 24, 2009

...still waiting to be named.

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