Journal Articles

  • [News & Analysis] In New Report, IPCC Gets More Specific About Warming Risks
    [Apr 2014]

    In a new report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has gotten much more specific on the impacts of climate change and how nations can adapt. Author: Eli Kintisch
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  • [News & Analysis] Court Slams Japan's Scientific Whaling
    [Apr 2014]

    The United Nations' highest court dealt a blow to Japan's scientific whaling program in the Antarctic, saying it isn't science. Author: Virginia Morell
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  • [News & Analysis] RIKEN Panel Finds Misconduct in Controversial Paper
    [Apr 2014]

    Fabrication and falsification raise further concerns about claims for a new and easy way to create stem cells. Author: Dennis Normile
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  • [News Focus] Chasing the Money
    [Apr 2014]

    As constraints take hold in biomedicine, scientists are forced to adapt. Author: Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
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  • [News Focus] The Vulnerable: Talene Yacoubian
    [Apr 2014]

    A young Parkinson's researcher struggles to establish herself, a task made much harder by the challenge of landing her first big grant. Author: Jocelyn Kaiser
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  • [News Focus] The Veteran: Russ Hille
    [Apr 2014]

    After a long and successful career, a biochemist is shocked when his grants aren't renewed—and he seeks alternatives to stay in the game. Author: Eliot Marshall
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  • [News Focus] The Adapter: Rachel Brewster
    [Apr 2014]

    Her funding tight, a biologist adapts her work on early brain development as she strives to keep training young scientists. Author: Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
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  • [News Focus] The Administrator: Jay Walsh
    [Apr 2014]

    A vice president for research enjoys a healthy budget and strategizes to pull more dollars in. Author: Jocelyn Kaiser
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  • [News Focus] The Well-Heeled: Donald Bowden
    [Apr 2014]

    A geneticist with nearly $3 million in grants considers what's behind his financial success. Author: Kelly Servick
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  • [News Focus] The Crowd-Funder: Heidi Moretti
    [Apr 2014]

    Looking for new dollars, a nutritionist turns to crowd funding, and hopes she can raise what she needs by the deadline. Author: David Malakoff
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  • [News Focus] Anatomy of a Grant: Michael Imperiale
    [Apr 2014]

    A microbiologist opens his books to share his expenses and where his grant money goes. Author: Yudhijit Bhattacharjee
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  • [Book Review] Complex Interplay of Islam and Science
    [Apr 2014]

    Through her exploration of the impact of Darwinian theories on the intellectual life of Ottoman Syria and Egypt, Elshakry illuminates the development of science-and-religion issues in the region. Author: B. Harun Küçük
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  • [Book Review] Feeding the Raven
    [Apr 2014]

    An exhibition on Viking culture currently at the British Museum emphasizes the influences of its connections with Europe, Byzantium, and the Middle East. Author: Caroline Ash
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  • [Books et al.] Books Received
    [Apr 2014]

    A listing of books received at Science during the week ending 28 March 2014.
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  • [Policy Forum] Science Funding and Short-Term Economic Activity
    [Apr 2014]

    Expenditures from grant funds support many different types of workers and vendors across the nation. Authors: Bruce A. Weinberg, Jason Owen-Smith, Rebecca F. Rosen, Lou Schwarz, Barbara McFadden Allen, Roy E. Weiss, Julia Lane
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  • [Perspective] Optogenetic Regeneration
    [Apr 2014]

    Applying tools from optogenetics with ideas from regenerative medicine may herald a new era of translational optogenetics. [Also see Report by Bryson et al.] Authors: Shrivats M. Iyer, Scott L. Delp
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  • [Perspective] A CO2 Cloak for the Cyanide Dagger
    [Apr 2014]

    The fleeting stability of the cyanoformate ion formed from CO2 and cyanide has implications for plant enzymology and CO2 sequestration. [Also see Report by Murphy et al.] Authors: Igor Alabugin, Rana K. Mohamed
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  • [Perspective] To Fence or Not to Fence
    [Apr 2014]

    Fences must be used with care in biodiversity conservation to avoid unintended consequences. Authors: Rosie Woodroffe, Simon Hedges, Sarah M. Durant
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  • [Perspective] The Michael Jackson Fly
    [Apr 2014]

    A pair of neurons in the CNS of flies controls and coordinates their ability to walk backward. [Also see Report by Bidaye et al.] Author: Richard S. Mann
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