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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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Beatrix Potter, scientist

By | April 6, 2007

The acclaimed children's book author also was an ahead-of-her-time botanist

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Humans and monkeys, center stage

By | April 6, 2007

A new play captures the power struggles that can occur among troops of monkeys and the scientists studying them

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Clues to molecular motor movement

By | April 5, 2007

Kinesin's movement along microtubule lattices may not require the lattice itself, dispelling some previous suspicions

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Groups unite to oppose UK hybrid ban

By | April 5, 2007

An unprecedented number of medical research charities join politicians and scientists calling for the use of enucleated animal eggs in human stem cell research

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Patchy start to new EU science visa law

By | April 4, 2007

Germany adopts an EU policy to fast-track visas for foreign scientists, but UK vows to opt out

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Key stem cell patents rejected

By | April 3, 2007

US Patent and Trademark Office sides with scientists and consumer groups who had asked for a review of Wisconsin intellectual property

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NIH grantees under the microscope?

By | April 2, 2007

Research groups are concerned that a new NIH probe into conflicts of interest among extramural researchers may ultimately limit academic-industry partnerships

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