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U.S. shortens list of bio-agro applicants

By | August 10, 2006

Department of Homeland Security cuts 29 proposed sites for new facility to just 18

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Gene evolution reversed

By | August 8, 2006

Primordial vertebrate gene reconstructed by fusing its descendants

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Jonathan Spicehandler dies

By | August 8, 2006

Former chairman of Schering-Plough was one of the first to dive into recombinant DNA technology, helped develop interferon

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New drug safety bill in U.S. Senate

By | August 8, 2006

If passed, the new bill would strengthen monitoring for approved drugs, require companies to deposit clinical trial data into registry

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Distinct methylation in stem cell DNA

By | August 7, 2006

Findings may help explain why embryonic stem cells can self-renew and are pluripotent

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Plants inherit parents' stress

By | August 7, 2006

Environmental stressors induce epigenetic changes that plants pass to their progeny

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Environment Health Perspectives faces cuts

By | August 3, 2006

Journal trims news and other sections after plans to privatize fail

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Invasion of the clones

By | August 3, 2006

Kerstin Bergman, a researcher at Lund University, Sweden, discusses how positive images of human clones are infiltrating our entertainment media and slowly shifting our perception

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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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