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Transgenic drug market heats up

By | August 3, 2006

First drug is approved for commercial production by transgenic animals, but another is hot on its tail

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Transgressing the limits

By | August 3, 2006

Dene Grigar, a professor of digital technology and culture, describes narratives of scientists in popular literature

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Sparring over UK funding plan

By | August 2, 2006

Proposal to combine basic and clinical research funding into one agency sparks disagreement over how to manage the money

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Toxicologist should be censured, says group

By | August 2, 2006

Environmental watchdog group says toxicologist deserves penalty for involvement in retracted paper; scientist says he was honoring now-deceased study author's wishes

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Criticisms of wildfire logging study aired

By | August 1, 2006

Science prints letters blasting methodology and conclusions of study that linked logging to reduced forest regrowth

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New clues to flavivirus replication

By | August 1, 2006

Scientists find first 5' promoter element in dengue genome, perhaps explaining why virus loops before being copied

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UK not upping pay for postdocs

By | August 1, 2006

RCUK report shows many schools aren't applying for extra funding to supplement young researcher salaries

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Revealing research's secrets on stage

By | July 28, 2006

Eva Amsen, a Ph.D. candidate in biochemistry at the University of Toronto and Hospital for Sick Children, reviews a new science play, The Lab.

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Science plays come of age

By | July 28, 2006

Lauren Gunderson -- a playwright, screenwriter, short story author, and actor based in Atlanta, GA -- discusses the art of scientific storytelling

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Spanish genotyping facility may close

By | July 26, 2006

More than 20 research projects in jeopardy following failed moving plans

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