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  • Trials of NIH's AIDS Vaccine Get a Yellow Light

    Last week, the U.S. National Institutes of Health's AIDS Vaccine Research Subcommittee met here to discuss the future of an AIDS vaccine made by NIH after a test of a similar vaccine found that it may have actually increased some people's risk of becoming infected with HIV.

  • How'd We Do?

    Some of last year's predictions panned out this year, especially the work that led to the Breakthrough of the Year, but other areas are progressing more slowly.

  • Areas to Watch

    Science's editors will be watching Europe's Large Hadron Collider, microRNAs, humanmade microbes, paleogenomics, multiferroics, the human microbiome, and neural circuits in 2008.

  • Trials of NIH's AIDS Vaccine Get a Yellow Light

    Last week, the U.S. National Institutes of Health's AIDS Vaccine Research Subcommittee met here to discuss the future of an AIDS vaccine made by NIH after a test of a similar vaccine found that it may have actually increased some people's risk of becoming infected with HIV.

  • It's All About Me

    Along with the flood of discoveries in human genetics, 2007 saw the birth of a new industry: personal genomics. But researchers worry that these services open up a Pandora's box of ethical issues.

  • Human Genetic Variation

    Equipped with faster, cheaper technologies for sequencing DNA and assessing variation in genomes on scales ranging from one to millions of bases, researchers are finding out how truly different we are from one another.

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