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HHMI Bulletin
May 2012
Institute Launches New Investigator Competition These appointments will enable the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to strengthen its community of researchers and bring innovative approaches to the study of biological problems. mark for My Articles 147 similar articles
HHMI Bulletin
May 2012
Nicole Kresge
Locating a Genetic Glitch A team of 41 scientists led by HHMI investigator Louis Ptacek has pinpointed the gene responsible for a rare disease that causes sudden, uncontrollable movements. The culprit is a little known protein that may be responsible for communication between neurons. mark for My Articles 325 similar articles
HHMI Bulletin
May 2012
eLife Announces Editors, Launches Website The editorial board of eLife, the new journal for life and biomedical science launched with the support of HHMI, the Max Planck Society, and the Wellcome Trust, announced the names of the more than 150 reviewing editors who will help deliver on the initiative's commitment to change peer review. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
HHMI Bulletin
May 2012
Nicole Kresge
Fighting Fluoride with CSF Bacteria, such as streptococcus, use an RNA switch to turn on genes that fight off toxic fluoride. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
May 2012
Lucas Laursen
Snails in a Race for Biological Energy Harvesting Tinkering could tailor snails to spy for us mark for My Articles 55 similar articles
HHMI Bulletin
May 2010
Jennifer Michalowski
Enter the Samurai Unlike many scientists, Loren Looger doesn't frame his work around a central question. Instead, he has constructed a research program that branches into a broad range of biological investigations. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 24, 2012
Rebecca Brodie
Two in one technique for biological imaging A UK based team has combined two methods into a new technique to investigate cell-substrate interactions in biomedical research. mark for My Articles 55 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 20, 2012
Jennifer Newton
Nanocrystal probes mimic viruses to gain entry into cells Colloidal polymer vectors loaded with nanocrystal probes enter cells in the same way as a virus and can be used to track cells for therapies such as those based on stem cells mark for My Articles 284 similar articles
Fast Company
May 2012
Rachel Z. Arndt
Anne Jones Is Creating Artificial Photosynthesis Jones and her postdoc, Angelo Cereda, are studying how to speed photosynthesis and make it more efficient, which could mean higher energy production and even lead to the invention of a new eco-friendly energy source. mark for My Articles 116 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 19, 2012
Andy Extance
Polymers perform non-DNA evolution Scientists have found that six polymer alternatives to DNA can pass on genetic information, and have evolved one type to specifically bind target molecules. mark for My Articles 322 similar articles
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