Archive: 19/06/2006

DNA Repair in Mammal Embryos Is a Matter of Timing

Investigators at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have discovered that the cells of the developing nervous system of the mammalian embryo have an exquisite sense of timing when it comes to fixing broken chromosomes: ...

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Victory and defeat: Are you a wolf or a sheep?

Are all people stressed out by a defeat or does it hurt some more than others? It may depend on whether you're a power-hungry wolf or a sheep, according to University of Michigan psychology researchers.

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Study: Predicting actions starts young

Swedish scientists say children as young as 1 year can learn to predict the outcome of another person's actions as well as adults can.

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Workplace drug use declines in 2005

Drug use among U.S. workers declined to a 17-year low last year a report released Monday by a New York drug-testing company says.

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