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2 Jul 2015
Vol. 349 #6243
Development threatens home of early humans
A rare record of ancient culture, left by early Homo sapiens in a South African cave, is at risk.
Spending bills put NIH on track for biggest raise in 12 years
House and Senate also want to resurrect canceled National Children's Study.
Geologist reflects on life behind bars in China
Chinese-American specialist on oil industry had run afoul of China's secrecy laws.
Small scopes log an ever-changing sky
New surveys shoot celestial “movies” on a tight budget.
Politics doesn't always rule
Ideology is just one factor shaping views on science issues.
Narcolepsy link to pandemic flu vaccine becomes clearer
Pandemrix may have caused autoimmune reactions.
The liver's weighty problem
As obesity rates soar, a sometimes fatal liver disease is becoming epidemic.
Of mice and men
Researchers are adding human DNA to mice to pinpoint sequences that helped define our species.
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