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July 2015



Circadian transplant first

Maria Burke, July 2015
Researchers have reported the first successful transplant of a circadian rhythm into a species without a so-called ‘body clock’.


Pod smoke

Butt out

Rachel Brazil, July 2015
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), smoking tobacco is responsible for more than 5m deaths/year, with around 50% of smokers dying prematurely.


Slug troubleMay 12, 2015


Climate hots up

Neil Eisberg, July 2015
With the next major climate change conference, COP21, in Paris just six months away, the focus is once again returning to efforts to combat rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels.


Movers & shakers

July 2015

Merck Serono, the biopharmaceutical business of Merck, has announced the appointment of Alise Reicin as senior vice president, head of global clinical development. In her new role, she will serve as a member of the Merck Serono r&d executive leadership team.


Beating the fraudsters

Rob Elvin, July 2015

UK businesses lose around £45.5bn/year to fraud, with the manufacturing, wholesale, retail, financial services and construction sectors the most affected.



Kevin Burgess, July 2015
A common research nightmare features long studies to collect rigorous data, only to realise it is not relevant to the real world because of a flaw in the assay.


Making sense of it all

Simon Cotton, July 2015

Our sense of smell enriches our lives in so many ways, yet we still do not know exactly how it works.

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