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Groups unite to oppose UK hybrid ban

By | April 5, 2007

An unprecedented number of medical research charities join politicians and scientists calling for the use of enucleated animal eggs in human stem cell research

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Patchy start to new EU science visa law

By | April 4, 2007

Germany adopts an EU policy to fast-track visas for foreign scientists, but UK vows to opt out

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Key stem cell patents rejected

By | April 3, 2007

US Patent and Trademark Office sides with scientists and consumer groups who had asked for a review of Wisconsin intellectual property

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NIH grantees under the microscope?

By | April 2, 2007

Research groups are concerned that a new NIH probe into conflicts of interest among extramural researchers may ultimately limit academic-industry partnerships

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Robert Austrian dies

By | April 2, 2007

The pioneering physician and vaccine researcher helped create the first multivalent pneumococcal vaccine, earning him a Lasker Award

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The Amygdaloids: Scientists who rock out

By | March 30, 2007

New York University researchers weave neuroscience and biology into classic rock

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Paul Lauterbur dies

By | March 29, 2007

The chemist and physicist won the Nobel Prize for helping develop MRI

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Selfish genes may drive out diseases

By | March 29, 2007

Genetic elements that select for their own survival could establish disease-resistance genes in insect populations

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Mass extinction effect on mammals disputed

By | March 28, 2007

A new phylogenic tree suggests ancestors of present-day mammals diversified millions of years after dinosaurs were wiped out, contradicting a popular theory

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One child, two fathers -- marmoset-style

By | March 27, 2007

Twin marmosets routinely exchange stem cells that end up in a range of tissues, even sometimes passing a sibling's genes onto offspring

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