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11 Dec 2014
Vol. 346 #6215
Bird genomes give new perches to old friends
Comparing genomes clarifies family relations and pinpoints genes for song learning.
The genetics of resistant malaria
Studies confirm changes in suspected gene confer resistance to artemisinin.
The trouble with tritium
Japan searches for a way to cleanse contaminated water from the damaged Fukushima plant.
From hell on Earth, life's building blocks
Simulated meteorite impact forges RNA components.
E.U. to let wary members ban genetically modified crops
Revived proposal allows countries to reject varieties even if scientific assessments say they're safe.
Dino-killer Theory: Back from the Dead
The once-moribund idea that volcanism helped kill off the dinosaurs gains new credibility.
Is DNA a Live Wire?
Do cells use electricity to repair DNA? Jacqueline Barton aims to find out.
1 Mar 2010
More Details From IPCC Official on Coming Review
25 Jan 2010
China Questions Warming Cause While Backing IPCC
15 Jan 2010
IPCC Pondering New Steps in Wake of Hacked E-mails Episode
21 Dec 2009
Dealings of Top Climate Scientist in the Spotlight
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