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New Research Supports Theory that Indirect Transmission of Chronic Wasting Disease Possible in Mule Deer (PR 04-068)
Added May 12 2004

Morning Glory Colors Reveal Why Evolution is Stuck in 'Forward' (PR 04-054)
Added Apr 21 2004

Oldest Hemoglobin Ancestors Offer Clues to Earliest Oxygen-Based Life (PR 04-055)
Added Apr 20 2004

Challenging Shrubland Fire Management (TIP 04-0414)
Added Apr 15 2004

In Bowerbirds, Young Females Go More for Blue, Less for Strutting (PR 04-049)
Added Apr 14 2004

Ferns Diversified in Shadow of Flowering Plants (PR 04-037)
Added Mar 31 2004

Impacts Range from Fundamental Biology to Disease ( -)
Added Jan 22 2004

Protein Data Bank - Chronology ( -)
Added Jan 22 2004

Protein Data Bank - Contacts ( -)
Added Jan 22 2004

Protein Data Bank Opens New Era With Broader Support (PR 04-08)
Added Jan 22 2004

If We Are What We Eat, Some Lake Fish Are Made of Maple Leaves (PR 04-04)
Added Jan 16 2004

RNA Lariat May Tie Up Loose Ends to Decades-Old Mystery of Retrovirus Life Cycle (PR 04-01)
Added Jan 08 2004

"Panning for Gold" in the Maize Genome (PR 03-148)
Added Dec 22 2003

Mustard-Root Map Breaks New Ground Tracking Gene Expression (PR 03-139)
Added Dec 11 2003

Detecting Terrorists and Other Hidden Groups on the Internet (TIP 03-1209)
Added Dec 10 2003

Ecology of Infectious Diseases Grants Awarded by National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health (PR 03-119)
Added Oct 14 2003

Plant Genome Research Gets $100 Million Boost From NSF (PR 03-114)
Added Oct 03 2003

NSF'S 'FIBR' to Mix Disciplines, Use Breakthroughs on 5-Year Explorations into Biology's Mysteries (PR 03-106)
Added Sep 26 2003

National Science Foundation Announces $14M Planetary Biodiversity Inventory Awards (PR 03-104)
Added Sep 23 2003

Baboon Fathers Really Do Care About Their Kids (PR 03-95)
Added Sep 11 2003

Microbes Active in Colorado Snows Fuel Tundra Ecosystem (PR 03-93)
Added Sep 04 2003

Genome Sequence for Tomato-Infecting Microbe May Show How Bacteria Adapt to Plant Defenses (PR 03-86)
Added Aug 19 2003

Microbe from Depths Takes Life to Hottest Known Limit (PR 03-84)
Added Aug 14 2003

Biodiversity's Response to Ecosystem Productivity Depends on Historical Plant and Animal Relationships (PR 03-75)
Added Jul 23 2003

US-EC Biotech Task Force Keys on Research, Collaboration (PR 03-72)
Added Jun 27 2003

Plant Diversity has "Luxury" Effect, Say Scientists (PR 03-71)
Added Jun 26 2003

For Ferrets, GPI Means 'Get Pregnancy Initiated' (PR 03-70)
Added Jun 26 2003

What's Next as Biology, Math Combine Forces, Reciprocate in Discovery (MA 03-33)
Added Jun 11 2003

Earliest Homo Sapiens Fossils Discovered in Ethiopia (PR 03-65)
Added Jun 11 2003

Going with the Grain: A Tale of Rice's Smallest Chromosome (PR 03-63)
Added Jun 06 2003

Ancient Pollen Yields Insight into Forest Biodiversity (PR 03-62)
Added Jun 06 2003

From Cell-Cycle Secrets to NSF's Waterman Award Amon Earns Top Honor for Young Scientists (PR 03-58)
Added May 15 2003

Pattern Recognition Method Zeroes in on Genes that Regulate Cell's Genetic Machinery (PR 03-55)
Added May 12 2003

Artificial Life Experiments Show How Complex Functions Can Evolve (PR 03-51)
Added May 07 2003

Bread Mold Yields a Genome First for Filamentous Fungi (PR 03-44)
Added Apr 28 2003

Shining Light on the Nanoscale (TIP 03-0416)
Added Apr 17 2003

Dinosaur Cannibal Unearthed in Madagascar (PR 03-36)
Added Apr 02 2003

From Biology to Computing and Back Again (PR 03-35)
Added Mar 27 2003

Forest Fragmentation May Increase Lyme Disease Risk (PR 03-34)
Added Mar 27 2003

Using Computational Power Tools to Bolster Systems Biology (MA 03-19)
Added Mar 27 2003

With Toxic Crystals, Bacterium Targets - and Takes out - Nematodes (PR 03-26)
Added Mar 07 2003

A Ferrous Wheel in the Forest (PR 03-13)
Added Feb 04 2003

Multiple Factors Affect Flight Power Curves Among Species (PR 03-12)
Added Jan 22 2003

New Study Suggests Missing Link that Explains How Dinosaurs Learned to Fly (PR 03-08)
Added Jan 16 2003

Scientists Find First Active 'Jumping Genes' in Rice (PR 03-03)
Added Jan 08 2003

President Bush Names 20 NSF-Supported Young Scientists and Engineers for Awards (PR 02-59)
Added Jul 12 2002

Deformed Frogs Form When Parasites and Pesticides Combine (PR 02-58)
Added Jul 09 2002

Researchers Compare Anthrax Genomes (PR 02-37)
Added May 09 2002

Alzheimer's, Other Diseases, May Benefit from First Live Studies of Key Cell Structures (PR 02-32)
Added Apr 30 2002

New Post-Genomic Technique Chronicles Protein Life Cycles (PR 02-27)
Added Apr 19 2002

Microbiology Team Probes Bacterium's Surprising Survival Tactics (PR 02-24)
Added Apr 18 2002

Popular Weed Killer Disrupts Frogs' Sexual Development (PR 02-26)
Added Apr 17 2002

Researchers Project Future Shrinking Biodiversity of Mexican Species (PR 02-23)
Added Apr 16 2002

Protein Plays Espionage Role in Bacterial Attack on Plants (PR 02-018)
Added Mar 22 2002

Researchers Discover Mechanism of Plant Resistance to Pathogens (PR 02-15)
Added Feb 28 2002

NSF/EPA Team Up on Grants to Treat Pollution with Plants (PR 02-13)
Added Feb 14 2002

Predators Drive Evolution of Virtual Prey Appearance (PR 02-06)
Added Feb 08 2002

New Understanding of Complex Virus Nano-Machine for Cell Puncturing and DNA Delivery (PR 02-07)
Added Jan 31 2002

Water Lily May Provide a "Missing Link" in the Evolution of Flowering Plants (PR 02-09)
Added Jan 31 2002

Status=Archived (PR 01-42)
Added May 16 2001

Scientists Shake Up Family Tree of Green Plants (PR 01-09)
Added Jan 31 2001

New Sub-Cellular Structure Discovered (PR 00-98)
Added Dec 27 2000

Carbon Cycling and Species Composition: Seeing the Forest For Its Trees (PR 00-97)
Added Dec 19 2000

First-Ever Complete Plant Genome Sequence is Announced (PR 00-94)
Added Dec 13 2000

DNA (PR 00-92)
Added Dec 07 2000

Ecology of Infectious Diseases Grants Jointly Announced By National Institutes Of Health and National Science Foundation (PR 00-86)
Added Nov 02 2000

NSF Awards $52.5 Million in Grants to Study Biocomplexity (PR 00-73)
Added Oct 12 2000

Putting Muscle in the Nucleus (PR 00-74)
Added Oct 12 2000

Scientists Report First Complete DNA Sequence of Plant Chromosomes (PR 99-73)
Added Dec 15 1999

Human Plague Cases Increasing In Southwest (PR 99-70)
Added Nov 19 1999

NSF Announces $10-Million Center for Bioengineering Educational Technology (PR 99-64)
Added Oct 14 1999

NSF Awards Large Grant for Arabidopsis Information Resource (PR 99-58)
Added Sep 29 1999

NSF Grants Provide Boost to Research on Inner Workings of Plants (PR 99-56)
Added Sep 23 1999

'Altered State' May Be Responsible for Creating Important Brain Chemicals (PR 99-41)
Added Jun 10 1999

Rare Fossil Shows Theropod Dinosaurs are Fast, Dangerous 'Turbocharged' Reptiles (PR 99-3)
Added Jan 21 1999

NSF Funds First Long-Term Studies of Urban Ecology (PR 97-63)
Added Oct 19 1997

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