Geonomics & Science News

Geonomics & Science News

GENOMEWEB

Street Rats - 17 Oct 2014

A study of New York rats finds that they carry a number of pathogens.

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But Soda's So Good - 17 Oct 2014

Researchers link sugary sodas to increased cellular aging.

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Mostly Down - 17 Oct 2014

European University Association report examines science funding in the region.

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This Week in Science - 17 Oct 2014

In Science this week: changing consumer genomics field in Europe, and more.

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Limit for Resurrecting Old Viruses - 16 Oct 2014

An op-ed in the New York Times wonders whether access to the smallpox genome should be restricted.

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Peace of Mind - 16 Oct 2014

Nondisclosure pre-implantation genetic diagnosis allows parents to not know their disease risk while ensuring their kids aren't at risk.

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Certain Science Projects - 16 Oct 2014

Researchers whose projects are under investigation by the House science committee chair say it's a "witch hunt," the Chronicle of Education reports.

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This Week in Nature - 16 Oct 2014

In Nature this week: fundamental genome-folding principles, and more.

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Maybe Not So Smart - 15 Oct 2014

The results of genetic studies of intelligence may not be all they're cracked up to be.

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CRO Future - 15 Oct 2014

Contract research organization sales are expected to grow, says Ed Silverman at Pharmalot.

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This Week in Genome Research - 15 Oct 2014

In Genome Research this week: population diversity of Burkholderia pathogens, multiple sequence alignment competition results, and more

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Facing the Past - 14 Oct 2014

An exhibit at NYU looks into eugenics in the US and at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.

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Australia Forms Science Council - 14 Oct 2014

As part of a new competitiveness agenda, the Australian government is forming a 10-expert council.

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SCIENCENOW

Arthritis rediagnosis in Egyptian pharaohs - 20 Oct 2014

Detailed CT scans suggest they were less disabled than thought


How many Ebola cases are there really? - 20 Oct 2014


Earliest fish had sex - 19 Oct 2014

Fossils suggest the most primitive jawed vertebrates used internal fertilization, not spawning


Updated: U.S. halts funding for new risky virus studies, calls for voluntary moratorium - 17 Oct 2014

No grants for flu, SARS, or MERS while government pursues 1-year risk analysis


Congressional Ebola debate invokes PLOS paper - 17 Oct 2014

Lawmakers seeking evidence in travel ban debate turn to researchers for visuals


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