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Age-related bias and NIH grants

A study examines age-related bias in the award of National Institutes of Health (NIH) research grants.

  

   

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Marine reserves and climate change

In a Perspective, researchers suggest that supplementing greenhouse gas emission reduction goals with the development of well-managed marine reserves may be a practical and cost-effective strategy to mitigate climate change effects.

  

   

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Metabolic adaptations of Sherpas to high altitudes

Researchers report metabolic adaptations of Himalayan Sherpas to low-pressure, low-oxygen conditions at high altitudes.

  

   

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