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Adaptive Complexity talks about a paper published this week in PNAS that lends a clue to why cancer cells can keep growing and dividing, even in an environment that lacks nutrients. Princeton's David Botstein used a model of "unnaturally" starved mutant yeast to find mutations in the TOR pathway, which is a critical stress response regulatory pathway.

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The Guardian reports that the Mammalian Genetics Unit at the Harwell Institute is to close.

Scientific research itself contributes to plastic waste and isn't very sustainable, FiveThirtyEight reports.

Restaurants in the US may soon serve AquaBounty's genetically modified salmon, according to the Associated Press.

In Science this week: three studies from the Ruminant Genome Project, and more.