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  • From Science's Online Daily News Site

    ScienceNOW reported this week on the results of our blogging contest at this year's AAAS meeting, a new hiding spot for HIV, genes for pain sensitivity, and a solution to the rangeland paradox, among other stories.

  • Semiconductors Inspire New Sequencing Technologies

    In a packed house at the final Saturday session of the annual Advances in Genome Biology and Technology meeting, revolutionary new DNA-sequencing technologies using silicon wafers and quantum dots were presented.

  • Keeping Tabs on Tumor DNA

    A group at Johns Hopkins University has been monitoring free-floating tumor DNA in blood to track cancer. A new study being published in Science Translational Medicine this week suggests that advances in DNA sequencing may make this approach more viable.

  • From Science's Online Daily News Site

    ScienceNOW reported this week on a new challenge to a "chronic fatigue virus," a new study that explains how nonlethal antibiotic concentrations can lead to resistance, a study with brain cancer patients that hints at brain regions for spirituality, and the first gene mutations linked to stuttering, among other stories.

  • Interactive Media

    Science and the National Science Foundation announce the winner in the interactive media category in the 2009 International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge.

  • Noninteractive Media

    Science and the National Science Foundation announce the winners and honorable mentions in the noninteractive media category in the 2009 International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge.

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