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In one of nature's innovations, a single cell smashes and rebuilds its own genome
Early cerebellum injury hinders neural development, possible root of autism, theory suggests
Mala Murthy awarded early concept grants for brain research
New Jersey Senate President Sweeney visits cancer research lab
Diabolical duo: Known breast cancer gene needs a partner to initiate and spread tumors
Why a bacterium got its curve — and why biologists should know (Nature Communications)
Schmidt fund awards to support two new research technologies
What singing fruit flies can tell us about quick decisions
Inaugural Dean for Research Innovation Funds inspire bold directions
It slices, it dices, and it protects the body from harm (Science)
Tiny acts of microbe justice help reveal how nature fights freeloaders
Mating is the kiss of death for certain female worms
Small bits of genetic material capable of repressing the expression of certain genes
Nobel Laureate Rothman advanced cell research at Princeton
New mouse model for hepatitis C (Nature)
Loved in the Lab
They Rely on the Fly
Biology: Some Respect, Please, for the Glorious Drosophila
Shingles symptoms may be caused by neuronal short circuit (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences)
Institute members discover an unexpected meeting place inside cells
Growing Left, Growing Right
Princeton neuroscientists ready to play leadership role in federal BRAIN Initiative
Study explores the boundaries of embryonic development
Breast cancer indicator protein discovered, U. researchers say
Princeton researchers identify unexpected bottleneck in the spread of herpes simplex virus
Far from random, evolution follows a predictable genetic pattern, Princeton researchers find
Glenn Foundation grant launches Princeton lab for research on aging
Understanding Typical and Atypical Development: Research at the Heart of the NICHD Mission
Danelle Devenport presents seminar on planar cell polarity
To spread, nervous system viruses sabotage cell, hijack transportation

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