Publikation: nature.com blogs

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Space sex gecko experiment is safe – for now

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff Phew. Five experimental geckos that were feared lost in space have phoned home, restoring hopes that research into their zero-gravity sex lives can go on.  Read more ... [Published nature.com blogs - 15 hours ago]
Entiteter: Gecko, Sex
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Radio and science

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff At a recent ‘Career Day’ meet in Bangalore last week, I was asked by a young scientist from the National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) why there were not enough people communicating science in India’s ... [Published nature.com blogs - 7 hours ago]
Entiteter: India, Bangalore, Acquisition
Publicerad Jul 28 2014 - uppdaterad Jul 28 2014 - 1 rapporter

NIH advocates gear up for budget fight

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff The US National Institutes of Health would see its budget worries eased if a longtime political champion gets his way.  Read more ... [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 28 2014]
Publicerad Jul 28 2014 - uppdaterad Jul 28 2014 - 1 rapporter

How you can help: What do researchers do next?

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff In May this year, Vitae and Naturejobs co-launched a survey: What do research staff do next? The goal of this survey, according to Dr Janet Metcalfe, Chair and Head of Vitae, is to “create a range of career ... [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 28 2014]
Publicerad Jul 28 2014 - uppdaterad Jul 28 2014 - 1 rapporter

Open Biotech

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff On January 1, 2014, I sent a tweet that changed my professional life. I wasn’t soliciting investors, but rather chiming in on a fleeting conversation about orphan diseases, like I’d done for months before ... [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 28 2014]
Publicerad Jul 26 2014 - uppdaterad Jul 26 2014 - 1 rapporter

India’s research scholars in protest mode

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff The meagre fellowships that India’s science scholars get has been a contentious issue for long. It raised its head again this week when hundreds of research scholars from various government science and medical ... [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 26 2014]
Publicerad Jul 25 2014 - uppdaterad Jul 25 2014 - 1 rapporter

Help create Nature Methods’ 10 year anniversary cover

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff Our October 2014 issue will be a celebration of our 10 year anniversary and we want you to help us celebrate by contributing to the creation of the anniversary issue cover.  Read more ... [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 25 2014]
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Under the covers (Nature revealed) – 24 July 2014

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff In this week’s Under the covers (Nature revealed) blog, Nature’s Art Director Kelly Krause discusses the inspiration behind the striking front cover image of Antarctic fur seals.  Read more ... [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 25 2014]
Entiteter: Art Director
Publicerad Jul 24 2014 - uppdaterad Jul 24 2014 - 1 rapporter

Three key developments from the 20th International AIDS Meeting

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff The run-up to the 20th International AIDS Meeting, scheduled to wrap up on 25 July in Melbourne, was overshadowed by news that a three-year-old child once thought to be cured of HIV still harbors the virus ... [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 24 2014]
Publicerad Jul 24 2014 - uppdaterad Jul 24 2014 - 1 rapporter

Q&A with Gerjon Ikink: Using policy to change science

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff Gerjon Ikink is currently in his fifth and final year of a PhD at the Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam, but is thinking about leaving research. He always wanted to be a scientist so that he could ... [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 24 2014]
Publicerad Jul 23 2014 - uppdaterad Jul 23 2014 - 1 rapporter

Blogroll: Yoghurt vs Scientists

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff Editor’s note: As we continue to invite bloggers out there in the wild to compose our monthly Blogroll column, Marshall Brennan penned the August 2014 column.  Read more ... [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 23 2014]
Publicerad Jul 23 2014 - uppdaterad Jul 23 2014 - 1 rapporter

Plant science in the public domain

Originally posted on - blogs by NPG staff Nature Plants is now supporting the wonderfully informative Plant Science Panel run by Sense About Science, a charitable organization geared towards helping the public make sense of scientific developments ... [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 23 2014]

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How you can help: What do researchers do next? [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 28 2014]
Open Biotech [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 28 2014]
India’s research scholars in protest mode [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 26 2014]
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Under the covers (Nature revealed) – 24 July 2014 [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 25 2014]
Three key developments from the 20th Internatio... [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 24 2014]
Q&A with Gerjon Ikink: Using policy to change s... [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 24 2014]
Blogroll: Yoghurt vs Scientists [Published nature.com blogs - Jul 23 2014]
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