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University sues Pfizer over COX-2 research

By | October 27, 2006

Brigham Young University says its research was misappropriated to develop Pfizer's Celebrex

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IBM cancer data published

By | October 26, 2006

Disputed study sees the light of day after a lengthy controversy

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Honeybee genome sequenced

By | October 25, 2006

Analysis finds social insects are more similar in some ways to vertebrates than to other insects

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Sexual conflict opposes sexual selection

By | October 24, 2006

Sexually antagonistic genes could have far-reaching effects on patterns of fitness inheritance, a new study finds

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Is that beer on your tie?

By | October 20, 2006

A molecular biophysicist helps fund his lab with lush microphotos that decorate neckties, calendars and greeting cards

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Osteogenesis imperfecta gene identified

By | October 19, 2006

CRTAP affects prolyl 3-hydroxylation of fibrillar collagen

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NIH lab space plagued by vibrations

By | October 18, 2006

Sensitive instruments may be unusable in large sections of the new gerontology and drug addiction research facilities

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PNAS names new editor-in-chief

By | October 17, 2006

Berkeley biologist Randy Schekman aims to include more cross-disciplinary science and longer papers

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Former deCODE VP takes the stand

By | October 16, 2006

Hakonarson testifies deCODE loses partnerships because Stefansson won't share corporate information

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Genetic basis of XX males discovered

By | October 16, 2006

Italian team implicates R-spondin1 as an ovary-promoting sex-determination gene

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