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Why are blue light-emitting diodes so bright?3-September-2006
Nature Research Journals Press Release. Other newsworthy papers include Molecules as ID tags - Nature Materials; Excess Wnt kills - Nature Immunology
A novel trick of an old friend...31-August-2006
A form of the well-known protein, p53, appears to promote brain nerve fibre regeneration in a mouse model. Simone Di Giovanni and colleagues, publishing in the EMBO Journal, believe this could encourage new routes in the search for treatments for disorders such as spinal cord injury, brain trauma or possibly Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Worm sperm provides clue to male infertility31-August-2006
Cheap IVF could help tackle Africa's infertility problem, Big bursts from smaller stars, Making light of magnetic resonance, Plankton carbon storage was overestimated
How the brain sorts the world; Patient-specific cancer treatment; Genetic susceptibility to age-related macular degeneration and Glia contribute to neurodegeneration27-August-2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers Nature and the Nature Research Journals for papers that will be published online on 27 August 200
Read more of the article entitled 'How the brain sorts the world; Patient-specific cancer treatment; Genetic susceptibility to age-related macular degeneration and Glia contribute to neurodegeneration'
Sharing avian flu data24-August-2006
Seventy top flu scientists and health officials, including six Nobel laureates, today backed a plan to end secrecy over avian flu data: the Global Initiative on Sharing Avian Influenza Data (GISAID).
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