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Top 7 in Neuroscience

By Tia Ghose | August 23, 2011

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

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FDA's Biomarker and Device Advice

By Bob Grant | August 18, 2011

The US federal agency issues draft rules to guide medical device makers and those hoping to register biomarkers.

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Facebook Forces Pharma to Show Comments

By Edyta Zielinska | August 17, 2011

The social media site enforces its rule that pages should allow social interaction through comments, even on drug company pages.

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Next Generation: Electronic Skin

By Jessica P. Johnson | August 17, 2011

Tiny, flexible electronic chips embedded in a skin-like material monitor vitals and stimulate muscles.

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Fair Trade at Plant Roots

By Kerry Grens | August 11, 2011

Plant and fungal symbionts swap more resources with partners that provide a greater return of nutrients.

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Boy or Girl?

By Cristina Luiggi | August 11, 2011

Blood tests can accurately determine a fetus’s gender as early as 7 weeks.

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Turmoil at Brazilian Research Center

By Jef Akst | August 9, 2011

More than 100 researchers have left a neuroscience institute in Brazil in the last couple of weeks, protesting managerial problems they say are thwarting their work.

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FDA Discusses Biosimilars

By Edyta Zielinska | August 8, 2011

The government says regulatory requirements for generic biological therapies will have to be tailored to the treatment in question.

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Rats Don't Map Altitude

By Jef Akst | August 8, 2011

Rat neurons only weakly respond as the animals climbed upwards, suggesting the brain's map of the environment doesn't account for altitude.

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How Vampire Bats Find Veins

By Jessica P. Johnson | August 4, 2011

Heat-sensing protein channels in vampire bats allow the flying mammals to find the best place to sink their teeth into their prey.

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