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No tenure, no food

By | January 10, 2007

MIT stem cell researcher threatens unprecedented hunger strike after alleging he was denied tenure because of his race

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No tenure, no food

By | January 10, 2007

MIT stem cell researcher threatens unprecedented hunger strike after alleging he was denied tenure because of his race

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Nutrition data follow sponsorship

By | January 10, 2007

Findings from nutritional research appear to bolster sponsors' commercial interests

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Ethnicity tied to gene expression

By | January 9, 2007

SNP-driven differences in gene expression help distinguish ethnic groups

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Gov't scientist fired over Emails?

By | January 9, 2007

U.S. water management agency accuses biologist of distributing sensitive information; scientist insists his actions were above board

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NIH: Building vibrations under control

By | January 9, 2007

Despite earlier concerns, tests suggest vibration levels acceptable at new NIH gerontology and drug abuse research facility

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Fruit flies make their stage debut

By | January 5, 2007

Audiences at a college production of Sartre's "The Flies" got swarmed in their seats by thousands of bugs bred on campus

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New U.S. congress, new stem cell bills

By | January 4, 2007

Details emerge about lawmakers' attempts to expand Federal funding for human embryonic stem cell research

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Retractions unsettle structural bio

By | January 4, 2007

Recent findings upend conclusions from five highly-cited papers

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Chromium paper retracted unfairly, author says

By | December 22, 2006

Co-author of controversial paper denies ghostwriting, demands paper be republished

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