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Researchers from the US and France used comparative genomics to begin defining the core and accessory genomes of nitrogen-fixing root nodule bacteria from a genus called Sinorhizobium. The team started by sequencing and assembling draft genomes for four dozen strains representing five so-called genospecies: S. meliloti, S. medicae, S. fredii, S. saheli, and S. terangae.

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Intel is ending its sponsorship of the International Science and Engineering Fair, the New York Times reports.