Image of the Day: Scarred Hearts
Image of the Day: Scarred Hearts
Maps of diving cells before and after heart attacks in mice offer additional evidence against the existence of cardiac stem cells.
Image of the Day: Scarred Hearts
Image of the Day: Scarred Hearts

Maps of diving cells before and after heart attacks in mice offer additional evidence against the existence of cardiac stem cells.

Maps of diving cells before and after heart attacks in mice offer additional evidence against the existence of cardiac stem cells.

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Researchers Succeed in Keeping Disembodied Pig Brains Alive
Researchers Succeed in Keeping Disembodied Pig Brains Alive
Catherine Offord | May 1, 2018
The organs showed neural activity for up to 36 hours, adding fuel to discussions about the ethics of future neuroscientific research.
Professor Sues <em>PNAS</em> Over Paper Criticisms
Professor Sues PNAS Over Paper Criticisms
Kerry Grens | Nov 2, 2017
Stanford’s Mark Jacobson is asking for $10 million in damages after the journal published a critique of his work on renewable energy.
Irisin Skepticism Goes Way Back
Irisin Skepticism Goes Way Back
Kerry Grens | Mar 18, 2015
Post-publication peer reviewers had questioned data about the supposed fat-browning enzyme from the get-go.
Glowing Plants Firm Gets Venture Backing
Glowing Plants Firm Gets Venture Backing
Bob Grant | Aug 13, 2014
After raising more than $450,000 on Kickstarter, a startup making glow-in-the-dark houseplants attracts seed funding from a Silicon Valley venture capital firm.
Opinion: Confronting Creationism
Opinion: Confronting Creationism
Ann Reid and Glenn Branch | Feb 7, 2014
Five reasons why scientists should stay out of debates over evolution.
Speaking of Science
Speaking of Science
The Scientist Staff | Aug 1, 2013
August 2013's selection of notable quotes
Debate over Glowing Plants Grows
Debate over Glowing Plants Grows
Bob Grant | Jun 5, 2013
A Kickstarter project that promises donors Arabidopsis seeds transfected with firefly genes is causing a stir.
Survival of the Fittest (to print)
Mary Beth Aberlin | Aug 1, 2012
Science publishing is locked in an evolutionary arms race as it edges further into the digital age.