• From Science's Online Daily News Site

    ScienceNOW reported this week on a new calibration curve that extends radiocarbon dating back 50,000 years, a better design for suspension bridges, why fish gills evolved, and a way to make simple droplets of oil navigate complex labyrinths with the same skill as laboratory rodents, among other stories.

  • An Indefatigable Debate Over Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    The search for the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome, which just months ago seemed to be gaining traction, now seems likely to descend into the same confusion and acrimony that characterized it for years, as a supposed viral link to CFS published just last autumn might be unraveling.

  • The Little Wasp That Could

    The sequencing of the genome of a parasitoid wasp promises to bring wider recognition to these tiny, underappreciated insects that play a crucial role in natural ecosystems and in agriculture.

  • Human Genome Sequencing Using Unchained Base Reads on Self-Assembling DNA Nanoarrays

    A low-cost sequencing technique advances us closer to the goal of the $1000 human genome.

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