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French scientists urged to vote Royal

By | May 1, 2007

Science activist group says presidential front-runner Nicolas Sarkozy will not ease the current crisis in the French research system

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Korean wolf cloning confirmed

By | April 30, 2007

Seoul National University panel determines scientists successfully cloned wolves, but the manuscript describing the research contained unintentional errors

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Controversial fertility paper retracted

By | April 27, 2007

After determining the article was "duplicated," Fertility and Sterility bars corresponding author, but not other co-authors, for three years

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Food, with a side of science

By | April 27, 2007

A molecular gastronomist tries to answer 25,000 scientific questions about what makes food taste good

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Singing in the name of science

By | April 27, 2007

The family that sings (about evolution) together, stays together

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A new clock gene

By | April 26, 2007

Three labs find a novel gene involved in mouse circadian rhythms

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Korean plagiarism case ongoing

By | April 26, 2007

Journal has yet to take action on allegedly plagiarized paper, and an author accuses a Korean investigating committee of bias

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Blood-brain barrier bypassed

By | April 24, 2007

Scientists use gene therapy and low-density lipoprotein receptors to deliver drugs to the mouse brain

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NEJM punishes reviewer for breaking embargo

By | April 23, 2007

Was his treatment justified? Tell us what you think

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Some support for EU funding for US researchers

By | April 23, 2007

INSERM director general favors projects that could benefit EU, and encourage collaborations

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