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Bioterror is nothing new

By | January 19, 2007

Anton Dilger used anthrax and glanders germs to sabotage horses during World War I; Jack Woodall reviews 'The Fourth Horseman'

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Extreme science caught on film

By | January 19, 2007

Documentary filmmakers spend seven weeks in one of the coldest places on earth, all to find a story in science

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Challenging patents okayed

By | January 18, 2007

Supreme Court ruling will have mixed impact on the biotech industry, experts say

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Dog sacrificed for sales demonstration

By | January 18, 2007

In an unprecedented exercise, a neurosurgeon at Cleveland Clinic violated the Clinic's animal use code, but perhaps not federal law

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How p53 keeps the cellular peace

By | January 18, 2007

Findings explain the mechanism by which the tumor suppressor puts the brakes on oncogenic Ras

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Cohort models debated

By | January 17, 2007

Two prominent scientists argue the merits of forming a new 500,000-person cohort versus pooling data from existing studies

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Hunting a chikungunya vaccine

By | January 16, 2007

French scientists begin safety testing of vaccine to quell ever-growing outbreak of the mosquito virus

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New gene in Alzheimer's disease

By | January 15, 2007

Researchers link gene for a protein involved in amyloid recycling to AD - but with dozens of genes now associated with the disease, will this one stand out from the pack?

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More stem cell fraud uncovered

By | January 12, 2007

Co-author of now-discredited Korean embryonic stem cell work accused of falsifying images while a postdoc in Gerald Schatten's lab

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Stem cells, on stage

By | January 12, 2007

A new play explores how governments should handle research using chimeras

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