I've been very busy so only just seen that Martin Nowak's latest paper on the Evolutionary Dynamics of Cancer was published in Nature on the 17th. Note the very nice agreement of theory and experimental data - none of these wishy-washy correlations with an R^2 of about 0.3.
I've also only just seen the Obit of Andrew Huxley who died on 31st May. I knew him a bit, and vividly remember taking him for dinner at Midsummer House in Cambridge with my son Rupert and with John Polkinghorne. He was in great form, and remaked that he had started training as a doctor but dropped out. I couldn't resist remarking: "just think, if you had qualified, you might have won two Nobel Prizes".