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Cell culture contamination: a mystery solved

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Don’t lose sight of what a great job cancer researchers have

Whether we like to admit it or not we are each making a tiny step towards ultimately eradicating this varied and devastating disease. by Kabir...

My Science Habit: hooked on the rush of an experiment finally...

by Rosanna Jackson It hasn’t worked. A sinking in your stomach confirms just how disappointed you are. Just how much you wanted this experiment to work....
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Love and fear in the lab: watch the EACR25 Opening Lecture...

When Uri Alon got stuck during his PhD, he felt unworthy of being called a scientist because he was never taught that scientists can...

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