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RIP ScienceOnline, cave art in Indonesia is as old as European cave art, how human were Neandertals?
This just in: RIP ScienceOnline (#scioX) ScienceOnline, which for the past few years has run the small annual meeting in North Carolina that brought together a disparate bunch of scientists and science groupies, most of them bloggers, is no more. … Continue reading
Once more, screening for prostate cancer
It’s pretty much conventional wisdom among the experts that routine prostate cancer screening for the prostate-specific antigen can cause more harm than good. The recent results of the European study of routine PSA screening …
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