• Publications
  • Influence
James Watson's genome sequenced at high speed
  • M. Wadman
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Nature
  • 16 April 2008
TLDR
The first full genome to be sequenced using next-generation rapid-sequencing technology is published today, marking another milestone in the extraordinarily fastmoving field of human genome sequencing. Expand
A rampage through the body.
TLDR
A snapshot of the state of knowledge about how the coronavirus does its damage throughout the body is surveyed, with the caveat that scientists' understanding is imperfect and changing fast. Expand
NIH mulls rules for validating key results
  • M. Wadman
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Nature
  • 1 August 2013
US government sets out Alzheimer’s plan
One in three scientists confesses to having sinned
  • M. Wadman
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Nature
  • 8 June 2005
TLDR
Misconduct ranges from faking results outright to dropping suspect data points and is a major cause for concern in the sport. Expand
Calls for cloning ban sell science short
TLDR
Talk of restrictions on human cloning has failed to take account of the possible medical benefits and to consider public attitudes in depth, according to the World Health Organization. Expand
Drug safety special: The safety catch
  • M. Wadman
  • Business, Medicine
  • Nature
  • 30 March 2005
TLDR
The past year has seen a beleaguered Food and Drug Administration publicly denounced as unable to protect the US public, as Meredith Wadman joins the agency's hunt for a remedy to its ills. Expand
Merck settles Vioxx lawsuits for $4.85 billion
countrywide protests against the state of emergency, the suspension of the country’s constitution and the sacking of its judiciary announced by the president, General Pervez Musharraf, on 3 November.Expand
London's disastrous drug trial has serious side effects for research
TLDR
Observers call for rules to be tightened in the mining industry, but industry leaders say it is too early to say whether the industry will be able to withstand the impact of climate change. Expand
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