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'The play's the thing...'

By | July 21, 2006

Nicholas Russell, professor and director of the Science Communication Group at Imperial College London, discusses what scientists can learn from playwright Henrik Ibsen

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Female scientists on the big screen

By | July 21, 2006

Physics professor Sidney Perkowitz reflects on how women scientists are portrayed in film

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RNA interference is inherited

By | July 21, 2006

RNA polymerase underlies heritable gene silencing without DNA mutation

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Gender gap narrows in medical journals

By | July 20, 2006

Female scientists are authoring more original research papers, but publishing rates still don't match women's enrollment in medicine

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Stem cell supporters upset by Bush veto

By | July 20, 2006

President's decision blocks congressional okay to expand funding; he also signs into law legislation banning 'fetal farming'

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W. French Anderson convicted

By | July 20, 2006

'Father of gene therapy' faces years in jail for molesting a young girl; University bars him from campus, strips him of tenure and faculty position

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Hundreds of OSU research animals die

By | July 19, 2006

Medical research at the Ohio university suffers; incident caused by overheating following power failure

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U.S. Senate approves stem cell bills

By | July 19, 2006

Legislation to expand Federal research funding faces President's almost-certain veto; two 'alternative' bills also pass muster

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New Swedish law may hurt postdocs

By | July 18, 2006

Forcing employers to hire workers after 14 months may discourage labs from taking on temporary staff, researchers say

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Code of conduct for industry cash: FASEB

By | July 17, 2006

Group releases voluntary guidelines for biomedical scientists receiving industry support

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