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Credit: Top: Sarah Pierce and David Kimelman Right: courtesy of Robert Harrell" /> Credit: Top: Sarah Pierce and David Kimelman Right: courtesy of Robert Harrell WNT WORKSHOP >> Randall Moon describes how his discovery of a developmental signal which plays a role in tissue regeneration could be a target for cancer and Alzheimer therapies. On March 25, hear him speak about the subject in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, at the Keystone conference on Signaling P

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<figcaption> Credit: Top: Sarah Pierce and David Kimelman Right: courtesy of Robert Harrell</figcaption>
Credit: Top: Sarah Pierce and David Kimelman Right: courtesy of Robert Harrell

WNT WORKSHOP >> Randall Moon describes how his discovery of a developmental signal which plays a role in tissue regeneration could be a target for cancer and Alzheimer therapies. On March 25, hear him speak about the subject in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, at the Keystone conference on Signaling Pathways in Cancer and Development. To register, visit http://tinyurl.com/38m8mc.

DEVELOPING DEADLINE >> March 31 is the deadline for applications from scientists in developing countries for the TWAS Prizes, worth $10,000, awarded by the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (originally named "Third World Academy of Sciences"). See Bob Grant's feature about Haitian scientists' efforts to evaluate global health strategies. For more, go to http://tinyurl.com/3yjz7r

GUARD CHANGING >> On March 1, Bruce Alberts will spend his first day as editor of Science, following Don Kennedy's decision to step...

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