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Editorial
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Contents
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News
Picture of the issue / Minimising waste in research / New credit allocation formula / Recently awarded / QS university ranking / Democratising journal publishing / UK scientist speaks out in misconduct case / Swedish scientists create a power-storing electronic rose
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HumourComic
Paul the Postdoc
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OpinionObservations of The Owl
Number Games
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OpinionResearch letter from...
Austria: “Funny” Research
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OpinionOver the Line?
Sartorially Elegant
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AnalysisCover Story
Is immunotherapy the silver bullet to treat and cure cancer?
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AnalysisInterview
John De Vos speaks about the ethics of creating human-animal hybrids
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AnalysisScience in Croatia
The Western Balkan country still suffers heavily from brain drain. But its scientific community is now optimistic
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Journal ClubLondon/UK
How one gene’s mutation creates irresistably cute pets
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Journal ClubCopenhagen/Denmark
How a new microfluidics platform enables single-cell RNA sequencing
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Journal ClubDublin/Ireland
How one species, exclusively, takes care of another’s reproduction
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Publication StatisticsMicrobiology in Europe
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CareersEurope's Research Institutes
The Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany
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BiobizNews
European Medicines Agency still looking for new location / Norway’s Bergenbio completes IPO / UK’s Cell Medica set to make a deep impact on future cancer therapy / A pan-European biotech alliance, BEAM, intends to tackle multi-resistant bacteria
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BiobizNext generation sequencing battle
"Pacific Biosciences of California take their British competitor, Oxford Nanopore, to court over nanopores"
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BiobizCompany feature
Tecrea from London Biocentre break new ground when delivering molecules into cells
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ProductsProduct survey:
Dry block heaters
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ProductsNew products
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MethodsSpecial:
Assay automation
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MethodsTips and tricks of the trade:
On-column trypsinisation
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MethodsBench philosophy:
Conductive rubber probes facilitate optogenetics
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BooksThe Vital Question: Why is life the way it is? By Nick Lane
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CareersResearcher Profiles
Jiri Friml and the plant hormone auxin
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Jobs/CalendarRead online61
HumourComic
Laboratory Tales
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