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Blackburn, Greider, Szostak share Lasker

By | September 18, 2006

Team is honored for pioneering telomerase research

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NAS issues report on gender bias

By | September 18, 2006

Inter-institution cooperation is needed to improve the climate for women in academic science, the report states

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Will WHO election favor the weak?

By | September 18, 2006

Tactical voting in the Executive Board could mean top candidates don't make the shortlist

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Prehistoric puzzles

By | September 15, 2006

A sculptor pieces together ancient fossils

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Animal activists sentenced

By | September 13, 2006

SHAC leaders get jail time for inciting violence against Huntingdon Life Sciences

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Russian Academy Faces Tighter Control

By | September 13, 2006

Legislative changes giving Russia's government more authority over the Academy of Sciences raise concerns

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Boston to regulate research

By | September 11, 2006

The City of Boston is likely to become the first major urban center in the U.S. to monitor research on dangerous organisms

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FDA Reviewing Informed Consent Rules

By | September 11, 2006

Waiving informed consent in emergencies could get harder in the wake of a controversial trial

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Off-Target Effects Plague Drosophila RNAi

By | September 11, 2006

Two new studies suggest a major body of research may need to be reevaluated

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It's Life Sciences, Mr. Bond

By | September 8, 2006

The 007 films are jam-packed with action, suspense and some truly unbelievable biological science, according to the authors of a new book on Bond

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