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Laureate urges next generation to address population control as central issue

LINDAU, Germany—A 93-year-old Nobel laureate in physiology or medicine received a standing ovation from hundreds of scientists on June 30 at the end of a speech in which he urged the world's young people to take measures to control runaway population growth in order to resolve related ills that have resulted from humans' remarkable evolutionary success as a species...

June 30, 2011 — Robin Lloyd
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Help scientists better understand host-parasite interactions in monarch butterflies

June 30, 2011

Close Encounters of Science and Medicine

From medicine to science When I was about 3 or 4 years old, I got very sick. I stayed in bed for many weeks and every day a nurse would come to give me a penicillin shot...

June 23, 2011 — Iwona Fijalkowska
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