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Panel recommends changes at Science

By | November 29, 2006

In wake of Hwang scandal, report suggests journal should apply extra scrutiny to papers likely to garner lots of public attention

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Structural variations common in human genome

By | November 22, 2006

At least 12 percent of the genome is made of regions that vary in number across individuals, according to four new papers

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MIT institute director resigns amid controversy

By | November 21, 2006

Picower head Tonegawa criticized after discouraging rival institute's candidate

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Colon cancer stem cells identified

By | November 20, 2006

Two groups independently identify CD133 as a potential marker of 'stemness'

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Congress passes animal terrorism bill

By | November 16, 2006

Legislation gives additional legal protection to scientists and companies that provide services and support for animal research

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Mutated H5N1 binds to human receptors

By | November 16, 2006

Sequence changes could help assess pandemic potential

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Science saves art

By | November 16, 2006

A conservator borrows techniques from the life sciences to care for aging masterpieces

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Biochemist sues Yale over royalties

By | November 15, 2006

Lawsuit argues researcher is owed royalties on a blood test based on work cloning human tissue factor

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How to treat premature infants

By | November 15, 2006

A Nuffield Council Working Party takes on the ethical issues in neonatal critical care

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Neanderthal DNA sequenced

By | November 15, 2006

Early findings suggest Neanderthal and human DNA diverged about 500,000 years ago

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