More From this Issue
The AAAS 2010 Annual Meeting is not the only tenant of the San Diego Convention Center this weekend:
After a small break, I was back for more translational research! The second session I attended called "Evaluating and Funding Translational Research" addressed many of the same themes as the preceding talk.
A roundup of the coverage so far from our guest bloggers
Science reporter Eli Kintisch chats with a prominent climate researcher
Female hormone may help prevent brain damage after serious accidents
Researchers call for change in hastily organized session
When it comes to Heroes and Watchmen, story trumps science, say writers.
Electric cars could generate $1800 a year for their owners.
Condition closely resembles type-2 diabetes in people
Panel argues that policymakers have the scientific tools to begin reducing arsenals.
Sequencing a person's tumor DNA yields individualized blood biomarkers
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.
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.
A chimeric mouse with a humanized liver offers a novel window into drug toxicity.
The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report, on mitigating emissions, finds a few glimmers of hope amid gloomy projections.
Soaring cost estimates are jeopardizing the U.S. contribution to ITER, the massive international fusion energy project.
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.
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