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High-interest clones

Research into cloned human cells has left the spectre of past scientific fraud behind. But reaction to the earlier work still holds worthwhile lessons.

Seven days: 30 September–6 October 2011

The week in science: farewell to the Tevatron; UK geo-engineering project placed on hold; and duelling over NIH budget.

Oceanography: Why the Atlantic is so hot

Highly read on www.agu.org the week of 26 SeptemberThe Atlantic Ocean has warmed more than other oceans in recent decades, thanks to the transport of warm waters from the Indian Ocean.Sang-Ki Lee at the University of Miami in Florida and his colleagues

Zoology: How sounds make goldfish skittish

Startled goldfish dart away from sudden sounds because of sensory organs along the animals’ flanks that sense sound vibrations and communicate with a pair of neurons in the brain.Donald Faber and his colleagues at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York report

Neuroscience: Autism in a mouse

Researchers have created a mouse model of autism by knocking out a gene that is, in humans, associated with a form of the disorder that is often accompanied by epilepsy.Daniel Geschwind at the University of California, Los Angeles, and his colleagues found that mice

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