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How the Earth's wobble makes mammals go extinct
12-October-2006

Vaccinating the Ethiopian wolf, Titan's ocean lost forever?, Oxygen puzzle solved?, Modelling the early Universe, Controlling the insulin-degrading enzyme may relieve Alzheimer’s disease, Towards a quantum network and finally… Salamanders see red

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New breast cancer susceptibility gene identified
9-October-2006

Women with mutations in a gene called BRIP1 have twice the normal risk of breast cancer, according to a study to be published in the November issue of Nature Genetics.

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Spinning close to the stars
5-October-2006

Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature include Quantum physics: Quantum teleportation between light and matter, Geology: How does the Earth recycle? and finally… Whiskers bristle with news

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The computer friendly virus
5-October-2006

The last thing most people want in their computer's memory is a virus. But now a team of scientists has used a virus to make a memory device, according to research in this month's Nature Nanotechnology.

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Systems biology tackles the mechanisms of cancer
4-October-2006

Potential novel targets for anti-cancer therapy are revealed in a paper to be published online this week in Molecular Systems Biology. Forest White and colleagues investigated the EGFR/HER2 signaling pathway, which is perturbed in human breast cancer.

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