To Catch a Predatory Publisher - 29 Aug 2014
Legal action probably isn't an option for combating predatory scientific publishing, which means academics must carefully vet journals that offer to publish their work.
Stem Cell Scandal - 29 Aug 2014
Riken fails to replicate scandalous stem cell technique, plans reboot for tainted center.
Flawed Analysis Feud - 29 Aug 2014
An academic tussle breaks out over gene expression and happiness.
This Week in Science - 29 Aug 2014
In Science this week: Ebola virus genomes, transdisciplinary research barriers.
Producing Reproducibility - 28 Aug 2014
A new initiative will tackle the reproducibility problem.
Keeping up with the Pathogens - 28 Aug 2014
The US government takes steps to address a recent spate of serious biosafety lapses.
This Week in Nature - 28 Aug 2014
In Nature this week: ENCODE and modENCODE results, and honeybee genomes.
Primetime Bioethics - 28 Aug 2014
A TV production company is working up a drama about bioethical conundrums.
Sequencing to Go - 27 Aug 2014
Portable DNA sequencing is coming, but there will be kinks to work out.
This Week in Cell - 27 Aug 2014
In Cell this week: cancer subtypes, metabolic gene expression, and more.
R&D Concentration - 27 Aug 2014
A majority of US corporate R&D happens in 10 states.
Traveling Genome - 27 Aug 2014
The Smithsonian's genomics exhibit will tour the country.
Cheaper Sequencing, Higher Costs? - 26 Aug 2014
Will genome sequencing prod healthcare costs upward?
Government opts for less protective plan to safeguard the species-rich Western Ghats
Authors on a paper from the Hayabusa mission jumped to conclusions in interpreting data
Were Neandertals cave artists, too? - 1 Sep 2014
Etchings found in Gibraltar cave suggest our close relatives were capable of abstract art
Until the current outbreak, mathematical epidemiologists had rarely modeled the spread of the virus
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