The Agenda

Credit: © OLIVIER SCHWARTZ, INSTITUTE PASTEUR/ SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY" /> Credit: © OLIVIER SCHWARTZ, INSTITUTE PASTEUR/ SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY FATE FINDING >> Steven Reiner writes about how T cells divide to follow their fates - and the experiments he did to figure it out (see "Separate and unequal"). Hear him speak on the subject February 4 in Snowbird, Utah at the Keystone conference on Lymphocyte Activation and Signaling. To register, visit http://tinyurl.com/

The Scientist Staff
Feb 1, 2008
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Credit: © OLIVIER SCHWARTZ, INSTITUTE PASTEUR/ SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

FATE FINDING >> Steven Reiner writes about how T cells divide to follow their fates - and the experiments he did to figure it out (see "Separate and unequal"). Hear him speak on the subject February 4 in Snowbird, Utah at the Keystone conference on Lymphocyte Activation and Signaling. To register, visit http://tinyurl.com/29wwf9.

PAYING TRIAL SUBJECTS >> For a feature this month, Alla Katsnelson asks, "How much should you pay clinical trial subjects?" For more on recruiting volunteers for trials, check out the Clinical Trials Congress session on pre-qualified candidates, February 25 in Orlando, Florida. For more, go to http://tinyurl.com/2ze6m5.

STICKING POINTS >> Scientists say they're getting a handle on why acupuncture works (see "Needling into addiction"). To give your two cents on such research, attend the public comment session of the National Advisory...

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