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Too Much for Too Little

The Patent Office is swamped with gene sequences it can't afford to check

August 1, 1996 — Gregory Aharonian

African colonization helped spread HIV and AIDS more than a century ago, study says

Although acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) didn't hit mainstream collective consciousness until the early 1980s, new research out of the University of Arizona in Tucson indicates that the most pervasive global strain of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) began spreading among humans between 1884 and 1924, a finding that suggests growing urbanization in colonial Africa set the stage for the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

October 1, 2008 — Larry Greenemeier

Antibody Bonanza

Can two new techniques shake up biotechnology?

February 1, 1990 — John Rennie

A Joycean Mutation

Researchers discover a new mechanism for cancer

December 1, 1993 — Tim Beardsley

Chalfie, Shimomura and Tsien win Chemistry Nobel for lighting up cells

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to Osamu Shimomura of the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass., and Boston University; Martin Chalfie, of Columbia University, New York; and Roger Tsien, of the University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California.

October 8, 2008 — Ivan Oransky

Short-Term Fasting Made Mice Healthier

Mice that ate their entire food for the day in an eight-to-12-hour window had better markers for health than did mice free to eat whenever they wanted. Steve Mirsky reports

December 17, 2014 — Steve Mirsky

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