Skip to comments.Method of the Year 2009
Posted on 12/31/2009 7:36:04 PM PST by neverdem
Nature Methods' Method of the Year 2009 goes to induced pluripotency for its potential for biological discovery. This series of articlesand the related videoshowcase how induced pluripotency is coming into its own in 2009 as a tool for discovery in both basic and disease biology and explore the incredible impact this area promises to have in biological research. The Methods to Watch feature provides a glimpse of future Methods of the Year and the Reader's Choice shows methods nominated by readers and editors, and the votes that they received...
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Those links are FReebies. Happy New Year!
Any relation to the once respected scientific journal Nature that disgraced themselves through their shameless huckstering of the global warming scandal?