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Get your applications in soon for the $25,000 Martin and Rose Wachtel Cancer Research Award -- entries are due February 1:
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Lab-grown meat, mathematics medals, and much more in our newest Science Podcast:
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Science Magazine Jan 20
In : a small, swallowable balloon could provide a minimally invasive way to detect risks for esophageal cancer
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News from Science Jan 19
52% of Americans think scientists are "odd and peculiar" -- and other updates from the 's Science & Engineering Indicators:
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Science Immunology Jan 19
. scientists uncover the origins of powerful and mysterious cells that fight , and more...
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Science Magazine Jan 19
Why is the saiga antelope unusually prone to mass die-offs? Research in investigates some of the causes:
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Science Magazine Jan 19
Assessing nature's contributions to people: this week's Policy Forum
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Science Magazine Jan 19
100 years later, what have we learned from the flu pandemic of 1918? This week's Editorial:
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News from Science Jan 18
A decision from the European Patent Office has put the Broad Institute's claims to CRISPR on shaky ground:
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Science Magazine Jan 18
Get down in the dirt with the world's first global atlas of soil bacteria: ($)
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Science Magazine Jan 18
Learn more about CancerSEEK in the latest issue of Science: ($)
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News from Science Jan 18
A new type of blood test could one day routinely catch tumors before they start causing symptoms:
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News from Science Jan 18
We're getting closer than ever to 3D-printed medicines:
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News from Science Jan 18
Scientists are making minuscule machines out of DNA:
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Science Immunology Jan 18
We're LIVE on ! scientists will discuss and answer questions about their new research on 's impact on the fetus:
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Science Magazine Jan 18
Developing early cancer screenings, building nanoscale DNA robots, and steps toward a universal flu vaccine in our newest issue:
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News from Science Jan 18
How a Mormon lawyer transformed archaeology in Mexico—and ended up losing his faith:
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Today at 2 p.m. US ET: Join for a Facebook Live chat in which scientists will report on how a mother's own immune system can damage a fetus during Zika infection -
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Science Magazine Jan 18
"I, Mammal" takes a unique, engaging look at the workings of evolutionary biology:
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Science Magazine Jan 17
In : new insights into how the thymus is able to repair itself
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