Exome Study Reveals Novel Disease-Linked Alleles

 |  Anna Azvolinsky
 |  December 22,2016

In a unique twist on human genomics studies that seek to identify ge

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Mouse Immunology Paper Retracted

 |  Jef Akst
 |  December 16,2016

Earlier today (December 16), Science retracted a high-profile study

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Why isn’t science better? Look at career incentives

 |  Paul Smaldino
 |  September 21,2016

There are often substantial gaps between the idealized and actual ve

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Apple is losing the innovation game, it can’t trap users anymore

 |  John R and Nigel M
 |  September 08,2016

Not only is Apple suffering from a major lack of hardware innovation

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Vitamin D may protect against severe asthma attacks and hospitalisation

 |  Julia, Haydn, Sean
 |  September 08,2016

There has been some debate in recent times about the association bet

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How three-day weekends can help save the world (and us too)

 |  Alex Williams
 |  August 29,2016

Almost everyone enjoys a bank holiday. A three-day weekend means mor

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New Zealand is letting economics rule its environmental policies

 |  Stephen Knight-Lenihan
 |  August 23,2016

Balancing the environment with development is tricky. One way for po

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The Victorian education system

 |  Jonathan Godshaw Memel
 |  August 05,2016

Obstacles to social mobility in Britain date back to the Victorian ed

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Music training speeds up brain development in children

 |  Assal Habibi
 |  August 05,2016

Observing a pianist at a recital – converting musical notation

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How we discovered infectious diseases in 2,000-year-old faeces from the Silk Road

 |  Piers Mitchell
 |  July 24,2016

Once travelled by famous historical figures such as Marco Polo and G

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How to build a low carbon industrial strategy

 |  Jonathan Busch
 |  July 20,2016

Britain now has a combined Department for Business, Energy and Indus

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Billions are spent on clinical research that gets ignored – here’s the answer

 |  Aileen, Mary, Shaun
 |  July 16,2016

Heart failure is a major killer, affecting well over a million peopl

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Alzheimer’s breakthrough? Have we nearly cured dementia? Not just yet…

 |  Paul Maruff
 |  July 15,2016

My mother-in-law called me yesterday. She doesn’t quite know w

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God’s waiting room? Life needs to be valued in nursing homes

 |  Joseph Ibrahim
 |  July 11,2016

When an older person moves into a nursing home it’s generally

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Health Check: which fruits are healthier, and in what form?

 |  Senaka, Duane Mellor
 |  July 11,2016

Most of us know eating fruit daily is a great way to try to stay hea

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Greening cities makes for safer neighbourhood

 |  J. Morgan Grove
 |  July 11,2016

In the 1953 short story The Man Who Planted Trees, a lone shepherd p

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Want a healthier heart? A daily dose of vitamin D should do the trick

 |  Klaus Witte
 |  July 10,2016

The old saying goes, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. But a dai

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Can we save the algae biofuel industry?

 |  Christian Ridley
 |  July 08,2016

Algal biofuels are in trouble. This alternative fuel source could he

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