Science devotes this week's issue to behavioral science, with several special features. In one, six scientists who left academia for industry are profiled. Another looks at the career opportunities for neuromarketing. Finally, a survey of the job market in public opinion research shows that the field is expanding.
Researchers at Howard Hughes Medical Institute have defined the function of WTX, a tumor suppressor gene that is mutated in Wilms tumor, an inherited kidney cancer. They found that the WTX protein forms a complex with several proteins in the WNT signaling cascade.