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As techniques become more refined, researchers are increasingly able to separate, amplify, and analyze DNA from single cells, though there are still technical hurdles.

"People are becoming very interested in what is the variation from cell to cell," the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center's Nicholas Navin tells Nature News.

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The hashtag #stupidcommonnames is gaining fans among scientists who find the common names of some animals and plants dumb.

Fed up with budget slashes, job cuts, and muzzling mandates, researchers in Canada are making science a campaign issue in the upcoming elections.

A former NIH program officer says the Internet has blasted open the door for scientific publications more interested in dollars than quality research.

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