Found 1140 articles associated to the institution Nature Publishing Group.
An easier way to sugar-coat your research24-October-2005
A simplified strategy for modifying complex sugar molecules, could dramatically increase the ease and speed with which scientists tackle important issues relating to tumor detection and the pathology of infectious diseases.
Chemistry: Going for gold; Electronics: Hitting an atomic bull's-eye20-October-2005
Chemists have invented an efficient way to incorporate oxygen directly from the air into the hydrocarbon molecules found in oil and gas; Scientists reveal how arranging dopants into regular arrays can improve device performance
Non-coding DNA shows adaptive evolution; Going for gold; Hitting an atomic bull's-eye; Measuring natural selection on humans; How to get a head; Confusing crater count; Runaround rat chase20-October-2005
Highlights of Papers in Nature Vol 437 No 7062 Date 20 Octobed 2005
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Pharma's influence on drug prescriptions20-October-2005
Academics and physicians who write the rules on how to prescribe drugs have extensive financial connections with the pharmaceutical industry, according to an investigation by Nature.
Connecting the damage19-October-2005
Some patients who suffer a right-hemisphere stroke develop a syndrome called 'neglect', in which they ignore the entire left side of their bodies. Researchers have found that this is caused by intact areas of the brain connected to the damaged areas.
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