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The country’s health ministry and the World Health Organization rush to contain the new outbreak.

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If left unchecked, greenhouse gas emissions will drive ocean temperatures up, affecting wildlife in these regions.

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Opinion: How We Found a New Way to Detect “Hidden Sharks”

By Stefano Mariani and Judith Bakker | May 7, 2018

Given the speed and efficiency of environmental (eDNA) sampling, a much larger portion of the sea can be screened, in a shorter time, for patterns of diversity.

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Research Scandal Involving Popular Heart Drug Engulfs Three More Papers

By Alison McCook, Retraction Watch | May 4, 2018

The scientists involved have hired lawyers to fight the conclusions of a recent investigation into some studies of Diovan in Japan.

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A study finds two species of guenon monkeys in Tanzania have been mating and producing fertile offspring for generations.

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Genetic Adaptation to Cold Brought Migraines With It

By Viviane Callier | May 3, 2018

Humans living in higher latitudes tend to have a variant of a gene involved in sensing cold temperatures, but it comes with a cost.  

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Image of the Day: A-maize-ing!

By The Scientist Staff | May 3, 2018

By combining alleles involved in plant height, an agricultural scientist has grown the world’s tallest cornstalk, breaking his own record set in 2017.

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The agency says it has taken various steps to ensure the privacy of participants’ data. 

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The extracellular matrix appears to inhibit regeneration; but scientists debate whether heart muscle really comes back.  

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Reprogrammed Cells Treat Diabetes in Mice

By Abby Olena | May 2, 2018

Researchers used a trio of transcription factors to transform pancreatic duct cells in vivo into β-like cells that secrete insulin and improve diabetes symptoms.

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