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Genomic Repairman, who speculates that the majority of scientists under 40 have never encountered a hard-copy reprint request, "found it sort of charming to get one of these things in the mail again," he says.

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In Nucleic Acids Research this week: transcriptome patterns of Zika-infected cells, updated Comparative Toxicogenomics Database, and more.

BMJ study says that about half of former hematology-oncology regulators now work for industry.

Science should wish PhDs who leave academia well, a Nature editorial says.

New York-based doctors announce the birth of a baby boy whose parents underwent mitochondrial transfer therapy, New Scientist reports.