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Nature News highlights: 10 July 2012

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nature news alert  10 July 2012

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-Special: RIO+20
Twenty years after global leaders pledged to protect Earth's climate
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try at Rio 2.0. In this special report, Nature shows that while the
leaders have made little headway, scientists' understanding of the
environmental crisis continues to deepen.
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-LAW SPURS REGULATORS TO HEED PATIENTS’ PRIORITIES
10 July 2012
US FDA to consider risks and benefits more explicitly in drug
approvals.
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-GENOME STUDY HIGHLIGHTS RISK FACTOR FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
09 July 2012
Discovery of genetic variant could help to improve clinical trials of
potential therapies.
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-ARSENIC-LOVING BACTERIUM NEEDS PHOSPHORUS AFTER ALL
09 July 2012
Two teams repeat much-debated study, and find that the chemical rules
of life remain unbroken.
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-CALL FOR NIH RESEARCH CHIMPANZEES TO BE RETIRED
06 July 2012
Animal-rights group asks biomedical agency director to intervene.
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-NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP WINS LONG-RUNNING LIBEL TRIAL
06 July 2012
Case brought by Mohamed El Naschie dismissed, but campaigners say it
proves need for libel reform.
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-RACIAL BIAS COLOURS VISUAL PERCEPTION
05 July 2012
Prejudiced people slowest to recognize faces from other races.
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-FISH RETURN TO UNDAMMED ELWHA RIVER
05 July 2012
First hope for salmon and trout restoration in biggest dam-removal
project in US history.
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-COST OF HUMAN-ANIMAL DISEASE GREATEST FOR WORLD'S POOR
04 July 2012
But the United States and western Europe are hotspots for emerging
diseases.
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-NEIGHBOURING CELLS HELP CANCERS DODGE DRUGS
04 July 2012
Proteins in a tumour's microenvironment play a part in drug
resistance.
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-SCIENCE IN THREE DIMENSIONS: THE PRINT REVOLUTION
04 July 2012
Three-dimensional printers are opening up new worlds to research.
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-DARK MATTER’S TENDRILS REVEALED
04 July 2012
Direct measurement of a dark-matter ‘filament’ confirms its existence
in a galaxy supercluster.
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-NEURODEVELOPMENT: UNLOCKING THE BRAIN
04 July 2012
Much of our neural circuitry is fixed during childhood. Researchers
are finding ways to unglue it, raising hopes for treating many brain
disorders.
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-SEVEN DAYS: 29 JUNE–5 JULY 2012
04 July 2012
The week in science: First weight-loss pill approved for more than a
decade; GSK pleads guilty to health-care fraud; and Gabon burns ivory
in stance against illegal trade.
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-MEET PATIENTS TO GET YOUR MOTIVATION BACK
04 July 2012
Biomedical scientists risk forgetting what they’re working for if they
don’t connect with the people who are affected by their research, says
Tal Nuriel.
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-AFRICAN RESEARCHERS SUE FLAGSHIP PROGRAMME FOR DISCRIMINATION
04 July 2012
Conflict at Kenya Medical Research Institute exposes widespread
tensions.
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--Read up to the minute coverage of research and science policy
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FDA hopes to curb prescription painkiller abuse with education
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Researchers highlight the impact of slavery on health and disease
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Study says US conservation agency ignored scientific advice
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Spanish scientists ask for European intervention on national R&D
policy
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Patients seek stem-cell compensation
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South Korea aims to be second nation to engage in ‘scientific’
whaling
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Was Yasser Arafat killed by polonium?
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Live Q&A: Higgs found, so what’s next?
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Live blog: the Higgs announcement
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Courting cuttlefish dons drag to keep off rivals
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