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Plants: An ozone culprit?

By | January 12, 2006

Research suggests plants may emit methane, throwing off greenhouse gas accounting

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All Hwang human cloning work fraudulent

By | January 10, 2006

Seoul National University report removes any lingering doubts, but says cloned dog was genuine

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Scientists praise new UK ethics code

By | January 10, 2006

New guidelines may help protect young whistleblowers, researchers say

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No cannibalism signature in human gene

By | January 9, 2006

New analysis rejects earlier claim that balancing selection protected prehistoric people from prion disease after cannibalistic feasts

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Advocates plan budget push

By | January 6, 2006

Dismayed by losses in NIH's Fiscal 2006 budget, research proponents plan Capitol Hill offensive

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German minister rebukes stem cell research

By | January 5, 2006

New statement disappoints scientists hoping for a softening of current restrictions

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German scientists asked to drop tobacco funds

By | January 3, 2006

Funding recipients insist they're above board

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Getting around flu drug shortage

By | January 3, 2006

Scientists explore alternative means to produce key ingredient that could limit oseltamivir quantity during epidemic

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Canadian controversy over male birth rate

By | December 28, 2005

Study and media report spark debate over whether pollution is altering sex ratios in Ontario

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