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The genome and transcriptome of the largest bird of prey reveal genetic signatures of dietary and environmental adaptations.Genome Biology 2015, 16:215
Beth Shapiro discusses how genome editing tools can (or cannot) help bring extinct species back to life.
Genome Biology 2015, 16:228
The issue of transparency and credit that research faces is not unique to research. We support The Open Badges Infrastructure which allows anyone to display and exchange trusted digital credentials.
Lauren Nesbitt, blog.paperdoily.co.uk
How can 'Threaded Publications' improve patient care, ensure science is more efficient and produce better outcomes for people and communities?