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A fight to protect hip protectors

By | April 18, 2007

A study of how various devices fit stokes a debate that includes allegations of bias in NIH funding, misconduct, and ineffectiveness

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More selection for chimp genes

By | April 17, 2007

Study claims more chimp genes than human underwent adaptive evolution

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The 2007 Life Sciences Industry Awards

By | April 17, 2007

Saluting the winners: Customization, value, and customer service is the name of the game

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Scientists step up Elsevier protest

By | April 16, 2007

Some petitioners pledge to boycott The Lancet and other Reed Elsevier journals until the publisher drops international weapons trade shows

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Studying the unmentionable

By | April 13, 2007

A traveling exhibit lets the curious indulge in the taboo subject of poop, getting a lot of science along the way

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NEJM letter retracted over authorship

By | April 12, 2007

Co- authors of a letter about antipsychotic medications may have played no role in its content; first author claims misunderstanding

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Korean wolf cloning study pulled

By | April 12, 2007

Journal removes paper describing the first cloning of gray wolves from its Web site after the authors acknowledge mistakes in the manuscript

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Metastasis genes identified

By | April 11, 2007

Study provides a picture of how four breast cancer genes help spread the disease to the lungs

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New details in Korean plagiarism case

By | April 10, 2007

Scientists continue to scuffle over blame and responsibility, and are taking their grievances to court

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Senate to support stem cells -- again

By | April 9, 2007

U.S. president will likely issue a second veto on a bill expanding federal research support for human embryonic stem cells

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