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  • October 20th, 2014
  • The oceans are getting more acidic, but living in the reefs has helped epaulette sharks cope, scientists say.

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Hiding In The Reefs Protects Epaulette Sharks From CO<sub>2</sub>

Hiding In The Reefs Protects Epaulette Sharks From CO2

The oceans are getting more acidic, but living in the reefs has helped epaulette sharks cope, scientists say.

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Detecting Pancreatic Cancer Early

Detecting Pancreatic Cancer Early

A study of 766 pancreatic cancer patients suggests that there are genetic factors driving the disease.

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SASS, Sydney To Promote Joint Research & Teaching

SASS, Sydney To Promote Joint Research & Teaching

The University of Sydney and the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences deepen their ties with a collaborative teaching and research agreement.

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Starpharma To Launch Anti-Viral Condoms

Starpharma To Launch Anti-Viral Condoms

The first of its kind, the VivaGel® condom incorporates an antiviral compound to reduce the risk of exposure to viruses such as HIV, HSV and HPV.

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What Kind Of Research Can We Trust?

What Kind Of Research Can We Trust?

As seen in the case of Tamiflu, better ways of dealing with conflicts of interest are needed, write Adam Dunn and Florence Bourgeois.