Funding drops in real terms, but researchers hopeful things will improve.
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention responds to news of improperly handled anthrax and influenza.
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Swings in oxygen levels may be behind a mysterious billion-year hiatus in evolution.
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Virus resurfaces in infected child 27 months after antiretroviral therapy stopped.
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Aftermath of hunger affects three generations in study of epigenetic changes.
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Study shows that about half of the animals' intellect is heritable.
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Implants to restore brain function lost to injury and disease win support from defence agency.
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Papers that plagiarize only text can still contribute to the literature, but any errors or omissions should be prominently corrected, says Praveen Chaddah.
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The week in science: NASA launches carbon-tracking satellite; European particle accelerators funded; and gloom over Caribbean coral reefs.
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From dogs to balloons, researchers are using unorthodox ways to find out where malaria vectors hide during a long dry season.
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