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Outgoing AAAS President Rips Bush on Science Policy
David Schwartz ends his controversial tenure amid scrutiny by colleagues and Congress
Alternative Nobel honors advances in understanding black holes and math derived from string theory
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Former UCSF medical school dean was at odds with the university over finances
Rolf-Dieter Heuer will focus on getting Large Hadron Collider up to speed
New study paints a more nuanced picture of Dutch Nobelist who worked in Nazi Germany
Our gonzo scientist immerses himself in the Italian way of life at the Genoa Festival of Science
Fallout from racial remarks costs DNA pioneer his job
Racial comments lead to widespread condemnation of Nobelist
2007 winners lauded for pioneering work on designing economic rules to reach a desired end
Committee honors efforts to spread global awareness of climate change
A chimeric mouse with a humanized liver offers a novel window into drug toxicity.
A new find from NASA's Kepler orbiting observatory is the first Earth-sized planet to be detected in the habitable zone of a star.
Jennifer Francis has made waves linking the melting Arctic to extreme weather around the world. But a storm of criticism has forced the climate scientist to defend her hypothesis.
Soaring cost estimates are jeopardizing the U.S. contribution to ITER, the massive international fusion energy project.
The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report, on mitigating emissions, finds a few glimmers of hope amid gloomy projections.
Researchers have harnessed the chemical degradation of fossil DNA to determine methylation patterns that may reveal which genes were turned on, or off, in ancient human species.
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