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“This rule is wonderful news and goes beyond what I expected.”
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A grad student had to rappel from a Russian military helicopter to collect the fossils from a cliff.
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Recent advances have made many researchers optimistic that effective treatments are finally on the way.
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Elderly human satellite cells grow as well as young ones, but show dramatic changes in their epigenetic fingerprint.
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JAMA asked Cornell to confirm the validity of the results in the journals, but the university said it could not because it did not have access to the original data.
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Collins calls for government agencies to work together in developing and implementing these policies.
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Young scientists working on understudied genes are 50 percent less likely to go on to run labs themselves.
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For years, airlines have refused to transport lab animals, monkeys in particular. Scientists are now asking the US government to intervene.
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The scientific team is starting clinical trials.
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The Scientist 11h
Why do some birds weave aromatic herbs into their nests?
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The Scientist 12h
The NSF has attached new conditions to its funding in order to fight sexual harassment in the workplace.
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The stem cells are present in both fetal and adult bone.
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The Scientist 15h
How to make an octopus cuddly? Just add ecstasy.
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The Scientist 16h
“There’s no clear guidance on how to identify a service dog, more fundamentally, no less where can you take it.”
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The Scientist 18h
When birds go extinct locally, the soil misses out on their poop.
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The Scientist 19h
Scientists thought the fossils might have been massive protists or lichen.
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The Scientist 20h
“As an individual, Peter has total freedom to express extreme opinions, but he has no inherent right to cloak them with Cochrane’s hard won mantle of neutrality.”
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The Scientist 21h
In the past, Sarkar had taken his critics to court.
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The Scientist 22h
For now, regular exercise combined with good nutrition is still the most effective way to fight sarcopenia, and possibly aging overall.
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The Scientist 23h
And now, we wait for the "Cases of Measles, Pertussis Skyrocket In Italy" follow-up headline. Via
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