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eLife - the journal 8h
ICYMI radiomics has potential but more research is needed before it becomes routine practice for cancer patients
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eLife - the journal 10h
Daniel Mansur did the work in his 2012 eLife paper during his postdoc in London. He's now facing new challenges as a group leader in Brazil
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eLife - the journal 13h
A new 3D model of the blood-brain barrier can help study how ApoE removes amyloid from the brain
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eLife - the journal 18h
Interested in ? We're looking for someone to join our Features team (12 months; based in Cambridge, UK)
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eLife Community Oct 16
How can funding be distributed more fairly? Our speakers will share their thoughts Oct 25, 4pm BST
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bioRxiv Published Oct 18
Simultaneous Activation Of Parallel Sensory Pathways Promotes A Grooming Sequence ... published as:
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eLife - the journal Oct 18
Tent-making bats slow their heart rates to 200 bpm during rest to help counteract the 900 bpm reached in flight
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eLife - the journal Oct 18
Four subterranean mammals show convergent regression in genes for eye development
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eLife - the journal Oct 18
On our homepage this week, combination nanomedicine shows promise in a pre-clinical glioblastoma model
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eLife - the journal Oct 18
Ilaria Testa's eLife paper was published New Year's Eve 2012. Now, almost five years on, she's an assistant professor with a lab in Sweden
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eLife - the journal Oct 17
ICYMI sexual arousal in male flies counteracts the effects of sleep deprivation
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eLife - the journal Oct 17
ICYMI rapid diagnostic tests used over the past decade may have led parasites to lose the detected protein
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eLife - the journal Oct 17
Dragonfly brains ‘predict’ where a disappeared target will reappear
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eLife - the journal Oct 17
Though the situation is improving, women are underrepresented in scientific publishing
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eLife - the journal Oct 17
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The developing endolymphatic sac depends on an anion exchanger protein to be able to absorb fluid in vitro
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eLife - the journal Oct 17
In 2012, Tom Burnley was a postdoc in a crystallography lab. We caught up with him, five years on, to find out what he's working on now
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eLife - the journal Oct 16
ICYMI cryo-EM revealed the structure of a chloride channel that is closely related to a phospholipid scramblase
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eLife - the journal Oct 16
Leaf position, shape and orientation are pre-patterned by cell type boundaries in the shoot meristem
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eLife - the journal Oct 16
Huan Yan is an author on one of the first papers in eLife. Five years later, he's moved from China to the US in pursuit of independence
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eLife - the journal Oct 16
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"Scans light up the ‘drainpipes’ in human and monkey brains" – a of this recent paper in eLife
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