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This Week in Science: New research into the emergence of infectious diseases, and scientists report on proteins involved in melanoma.
This week in Nature: Researchers describe the adaptation of organisms to environmental changes, while another study provides new insights into pig domestication.
The blog Sartorial Science seeks to challenge the stereotype of scientists as frumpy, messy, clueless dressers.
While one researcher says cloning the mammoth may be decades away, if successful, it may lead to a theme park of species that would no longer be extinct.