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3 Sep 2015
Vol. 349 #6252
Mantle plumes seen rising from Earth's core
Fat tubes of hot rock could alter views of how the planet cools.
Ocean robots listen for earthquake echoes
Submersibles could fill gap in seismic data across Earth's oceans.
How farm life prevents asthma
Lung reaction to bacteria may explain protection for farm children, bolstering hygiene hypothesis.
Trachea surgeon cleared of misconduct
Independent investigator had incomplete information, Karolinksa Institute says.
PubPeer co-founder reveals identity—and new plans
Neuroscientist Brandon Stell wants to raise funds to expand postpublication critiques.
Global agricultural research network is overhauled again
CGIAR looks for antidote to tapering funds, internal woes.
Despite penury and isolation, Iran's scientists have pursued an ambitious agenda. If sanctions end, research will blossom.
An eye on the sky
Astronomers in Iran are on the verge of success in their long quest to build a world-class astronomy observatory.
15 Jan 2010
H5N1 Forgotten (Almost), But Not Gone
2 Nov 2009
Two Shots for Kids, One for Preggers: U.S. Clarifies Swine Flu Vaccine Doses, Addresses Vaccine Safety Fears
9 Oct 2009
CDC: Get Your Swine Flu Shots
28 Apr 2009
Is Current Flu Vaccine Truly Impotent Against Swine Flu?
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