Some Sunday Science Blogwhoring

Here are some science links that you might have missed.

A Problem with the NIH Roadmap and Cross-Institution Research
Nesse and Stearns on How Evolution Is Used in Medicine
Streptococcus, Antibiotic Resistance, and Israelis…Oh My?!
Nonoptimal Virulence and Avian Influenza
Selection for height genes?
First lungless frog discovered in Borneo
Harmful Algae Likes It Hot, Hot
Wolves Protecting Pronghorn
The spiny genitals and rock-chewing habits of crested porcupines
Dyslexia in Chinese Readers vs. English Readers
Landscape ecology and infectious disease: macro meets micro
Mumps in the midwest: a 2006 retrospective
When bacteria merge – two species are turning into one
Drosophila Are Not Fruit Flies
Coldest Brown Dwarf Ever Observed: Closing The Gap Between Stars And Planets
The lesson of the 2006 mumps outbreak
What Bugged the Dinosaurs? Insects, Disease, and Death in the Cretaceous

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