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  • 22 April 2011

    Controlling Heart Growth

    Two cell signaling pathways converge to restrain the proliferation of muscle cells in the mammalian heart. (Research + Perspective)

  • 22 April 2011

    A Remedy for the Ganges?

    After decades of futility, a charismatic civil engineer's campaign to clean the polluted river is poised for a breakthrough.

  • 20 April 2011
    Sci. Transl. Med.

    Biomarkers for Parkinson's Disease

    A perspective and a webinar present progress toward early detection of Parkinson's disease.

  • 26 April 2011
    Science Signaling


    Explore this issue devoted to how cells sense environmental cues and direct their migration accordingly.

  • 22 April 2011
    Issues & Perspectives

    Experimental Error: Forging a Head

    Scientific hoaxes — the fun kind — can expose failures of scientists' skepticism.

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22 April 2011 | NEWS FOCUS Early Farmers Went Heavy on the Starch
A U.S.-German team is gathering the first comprehensive evidence that the earliest farmers in the Levant ate a wide variety of plants, including starchy tubers, which may have allowed them to experiment with grain cultivation without fear of starvation, the team reported at the Society for American Archaeology meeting

Science Careers RSS

22 April 2011 | Issues & Perspectives Experimental Error: Forging a Head
Scientific hoaxes can be fun (when they're harmless) while also serving a serious function: exposing failures of scientists' most important tool, their skepticism.
22 April 2011 | The Job Market Finding a Niche in Food and Health Research
Three researchers on food and health describe how they developed careers in the field.
 15 April 2011 | Career Advice Tooling Up: Two Chokepoints
When moving away from the bench and into industry, it is important to realize that there is not just one gaping chasm to cross, but two.
 15 April 2011 | MySciNet A Very Visual Scientist
Nickolay Hristov is building a career at the intersection of science and visual art.

Science Podcast

22 April 2011

Large deposits of frozen CO2 on Mars, cheaper high-performance fuel cell catalysts, cleaning up the Ganges River, and more.

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