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Editorial
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Contents
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News
"Picture of the issue / New project to engage with society / Study on microplastics in fish retracted / Recently awarded / New biobank network for Europe / State of the world’s plants and oceans / New paper submission system / UK scientists correlate chicken evolution with historical events"
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HumourComic
Paul the Postdoc
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OpinionObservations of The Owl
Please, Be Negative!
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OpinionResearch letter from...
Germany: Cognitive Dopes Play Chess
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OpinionOver the Line?
Pointed Arguments
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AnalysisBuilding a European Open Science Cloud (EOSC)
More than just data storage, the EOSC wants to radically change how research is done
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AnalysisCitation Cartels
To boost their journal’s impact factor, some editors resort to unfair means
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AnalysisDarwin 2.0?
Evolutionary biologists can’t agree whether standard evolutionary theory needs an update
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Journal ClubRijeka/Croatia
What’s the role of the activating receptor, NKG2D, in T cell priming?
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Journal ClubSzeged/Hungary
How does phenotypic variation affect evolving traits?
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Journal ClubHamburg/Germany
How does M. tuberculosis transport proteins across its membrane
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Publication Statistics
Respiratory System research in Europe
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CareersEurope's Research Institutes
The Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Warsaw
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BiobizNews
"Eurofins acquires German sequencing / Polyclonal antibodies against Ebola / MRC Lab spin-off receives €45 million for targeted drug delivery / Thermo Fisher acquires Dutch Patheon"
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BiobizCollecting “All” Cancer Mutations
With genomic test providers promoting liquid biopsies, the race for patients’ data has begun
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BiobizDo Donald Trump and Brexit Really Matter?
Why European scientists shouldn’t be afraid of budget cuts elsewhere
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BiobizActelion at Stake?
Jean-Paul Clozel is getting started with Idorsia, but his former company is slipping
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ProductsNew products
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ProductsProduct survey:
High content screening systems
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MethodsTips and tricks of the trade:
DIY-microscope module for time-lapse imaging
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MethodsBench philosophy:
Imaging Flow Cytometry
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MethodsSpecial:
Genome editing
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Books
This Idea Must Die. By John Brockman
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CareersResearcher ProfilesGiacomo Rizzolatti and the discovery of mirror neurons58
Jobs/CalendarJobs online62
HumourComic
Laboratory Tales
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