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ERC launched today

By | February 27, 2007

The first day in the life of the European funding agency for basic research is marked by optimism, assuaged concerns

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Adult stem cell report questioned

By | February 26, 2007

A university investigation says a pre-eminent paper contains "significantly flawed" data, author argues conclusions still valid

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Pharma goes open access

By | February 26, 2007

Novartis shares diabetes genomic data, and experts say there's more to come

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Animals as art

By | February 23, 2007

A biologist and journalist review a Brooklyn artist's attempt to bring the zoo to SoHo

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FDA to announce lab closure details

By | February 23, 2007

More than half of the 13 field labs, which inspect food and drugs, could be shuttered

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Failure of HIV microbicide raises concerns

By | February 21, 2007

A microbicide designed to ward off HIV is unexpectedly linked to an increased risk of infection, prompting speculation about the future of microbicides against HIV

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Fertility journal censures scientists

By | February 20, 2007

A 2005 paper about premature ovarian failure is identical to a paper published in a Korean journal

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Teeth, whiskers bioengineered

By | February 19, 2007

In a study some experts say largely confirms previous work, a Japanese team shows new teeth can develop in the adult mouse mouth

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Studying fungi, but writing fiction

By | February 16, 2007

A recent PhD pens a wildly popular online novel based on Phantom of the Opera

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The war against war metaphors

By | February 16, 2007

The age-old practice may harm both science and scientists

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