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31 Jul 2014
Vol. 345 #6196
Money woes cripple Venezuela's health system
Lacking vital medical supplies, doctors struggle to treat resurgent diseases.
Decision looms on future of E.U. science advice
Green groups criticize current adviser—and her office.
Deadly quakes divide experts
New industry-sponsored study rules out any link between Italian earthquakes and oil production.
Europe's Rosetta spacecraft is about to orbit and then land on one of the solar system's most mysterious objects.
Touch and go
The most daring moment of the Rosetta mission will come when mission leaders plan to drop the Philae lander to the surface of comet...
More capable than once thought, the cellular structure known as the nucleolus may be a target for treating diseases.
Cure setbacks force HIV researchers to reset sights
Remission is seen as a more realistic goal.
Warming may not swamp islands
Studies suggest that atoll islands will rise in step with a rising sea.
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